Samuel Momodu is a native of Nashville, Tennessee where he was born and raised. Momodu received his Associate of Arts Degree in History from Nashville State Community College in December 2014 and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History from Tennessee State University in May 2016. He received his Master of Arts Degree in history from Southern New Hampshire University in June 2019. Momodu’s main interest areas in history are African and African American History. His passion for learning more about black history has made him continue to contribute to writing history for Blackpast.org for the last couple of years where he wrote hundreds of entries for the website. Momodu has also worked as a history tour guide at Andrew Jackson the Hermitage in the past and history instructor at his alumni Tennessee State University. His passion for history has also helped him to continue his education as he currently attends Liberty University working on his Ph.D. in history online hoping to be a university professor or professional historian in the future.
Clarence Edwin “Cito” Gaston is a baseball manager, coach, and outfielder. In 1992 he became the first African American baseball manager to lead his team, the Toronto Blue Jays, to a World Series Championship. Clarence Gaston was born on March 17, 1944, to Sammy Gaston … Read MoreClarence Edwin “Cito” Gaston (1944- )