Cumulative Nationality Index.
Cumulative Occupation Index.
Cumulative Subject Index.
Cumulative Name Index.
Offensive lineman for Cowboys, 49ers inducted into Hall of Fame in 2013.
Highest-scoring American soccer player in European leagues.
Cape Verdean soccer coach who took national team to Africa Cup of Nations.
New York rapper who had first Internet hit with "Purple Swag" in 2011.
Hip-hop artist who preaches Christian message.
R&B and gospel singer who had a hit with "Rescue Me."
Boulware, Harold R.
Civil rights attorney who argued for school desegregation.
Two-time world boxing champion.
Young R&B singer shamed by domestic violence charges.
Brown, Lee P.
Police chief who became first black mayor of Houston.
Influential jazz trumpeter and music teacher.
Hall of Fame wide receiver with more than 1,000 career receptions.
Chew, Robert F.
Baltimore actor known as "Proposition Joe" on The Wire.
Detroit R&B act that hit the charts with "Do You Love Me?"
Innovative jazz poet and performance artist.
Major league outfielder for the Oakland A's.
Crowdy, William Saunders.
Founder of Church of God and Saints of Christ and "Black Israelite" movement.
Long-standing and successful R&B vocal group.
First African-American conductor of a major American orchestra.
Long-distance runner who won gold at 2004, 2008, 2012 Olympic Games.
The Dixie Cups.
Girl group remembered for 1964 hit "Chapel of Love."
International correspondent who covered Haiti earthquake.
"Next big thing" on Atlanta rap scene.
Jazz vocalist who sang romantic ballads.
Controversial ESPN columnist.
Longtime president of NBA players' union ousted in 2013.
All-Star outfielder for Twins, Angels, Tigers.
Ethiopian-born soccer prospect.
Celebrated University of Texas women's track coach
Kincaid,Jamaica. Acclaimed writer of vivid portraits
Lebo M. South
African musician and singer who composed for The Lion King.
Record-setting defensive linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens.
Merriweather, Big Maceo.
Pioneering blues pianist.
Zimbabwean pop music icon.
Star running back for the Minnesota Vikings.
Phillips, Charles E., Jr. Top technology executive and chief executive officer of Infor.
Professor Longhair. Icon of New Orleans piano music known for "Tipitina."
Rhyne, Melvin.Jazz organist who helped establish the Milwaukee jazz scene.
Roundfield, Danny. Unheralded NBA forward of the 1970s and 1980s.
Rowe-Adams, Jackie. Gun control activist who founded bereaved mothers' network in Harlem.
Sapp, Warren. Hard-hitting Tampa Bay defensive tackle.
Simon, Joe. Grammy-winning R&B vocalist and evangelical preacher.
Sleet, Gregory M.
First African-American appointed to federal district court in Delaware.
Smith, Amanda Berry.
Christian evangelist who opened first orphanage for black children in Illinois.
Star NFL defensive lineman and literacy advocate.
R&B icon known for her country-soul vocal stylings.
Breakout star of hit French film The Intouchables.
Legendary Tennessee State women's track coach.
Revered jazz pianist who accompanied Billie Holiday.
First American winemaker to produce coveted French Burgundy wine.
Oscar-nominated child actress who starred in Beasts of the Southern Wild.
Heavyweight contender in the 1980s, 1990s.
Vocalist known as a force in funk music.
Respected artist who sculpted Martin Luther King Jr. for the U.S. Capitol.
Houston rapper who pens powerful yet bleak lyrics.