Clifford Wayne Houston (1949- )

Clifford Wayne Houston is a nationally recognized microbiologist and became the first African American president of the American Society of Microbiology. Houston was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on December 3, 1949, to Mae Frances Hanley and Edgar Houston. He attended Gordon Oaks Elementary and … Read MoreClifford Wayne Houston (1949- )

Henry W. “Hank” McGee, Jr. (1932- )

Law professor and legal activist Henry W. “Hank” McGee, Jr. was born in Chicago, Illinois, on December 31, 1932, to Henry W. McGee, Sr., from Hillsboro, Texas, the first African American Postmaster appointed by U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson, and Attye Belle Truesdale McGee, from … Read MoreHenry W. “Hank” McGee, Jr. (1932- )

Robert Anthony Molloy (1975- )

The Honorable Robert Anthony Molloy, a member of the District of Columbia, Virginia State, and Virgin Islands Bars, was born on November 14, 1975, in Christiansted, United States, Virgin Islands, to Claude “Tappy” Molloy, Former V.I. Senator and President of the Legislature, and Frances Moore … Read MoreRobert Anthony Molloy (1975- )