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When she took the oath in 2014, Jackeline Vazquez became the first black woman to join the Rochester Fire Department.
Austin Steward opened the first known black-owned business in the city of Rochester...
Unkl Moe's is one of Rochester's longest running black-owned restaurants.
Kelsey's Landing in the Genesee River gorge was the first light of freedom for fleeing slaves.
Wyoma Best was the very first black woman reporter on TV in Rochester.
News10NBC celebrates Black History Month by honoring people and places that have paved the way for many in the Rochester area.
In 1935, neighborhood kids saw the home at 301 Adams Street as a safe haven with high expectations.
Freed black slaves migrated to Corn Hill, making it the very first African-American neighborhood...
FIGHT stands for Freedom, Independence, God, Honor, Today.
Trenton Jackson, known as "TJ" was one of the nation's top sprinters in the early 1960's.
Mayor Lovely Warren first made history in 2010 when she was elected as the youngest President of the Rochester City Council.
A parking lot now sits where Corinthian Hall, pillar for anti-slavery speeches, once stood.
Garth Fagan was born in Kingston Jamaica in 1940. He came to the SUNY College at Brockport in 1970 to teach minority students the art of dance and stayed there for 30 years..
WDKX-FM first signed on the air in April 1974. Andrew Langston was the visionary and pioneer, who created the first black-owned radio station in Rochester...