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Local civil rights icon Constance Mitchell dedicated her life to the pursuit of racial justice.
Roland Williams was on top of the football world...
When she took the oath in 2014, Jackeline Vazquez became the first black woman to join the Rochester Fire Department.
Trenton James "T.J." Jackson was one of the nation's top sprinters in the early 1960s.
News10NBC celebrates Black History Month by honoring people and places that have paved the way for many in the Rochester area.
The daughter of enslaved parents, Anna Murray Douglass was born free in the 1800s in Maryland.
Black History Month was celebrated artistically across the Rochester area on Sunday, including at the Memorial Art Gallery...
Wyoma Best was the very first black woman reporter on TV in Rochester.
You may not know her name or her story, but she's one of the most important people in abolitionist history, especially here in Rochester. Anna Murray Douglass was the first wife of famed abolitionist and writer Frederick Douglass.
Freedom from slavery, women’s rights, and desegregation of schools -- all life-changing work Frederick Douglass fought for in Rochester.
Frederick Douglass' anti-slavery teachings were an integral part of the abolition movement.
Garth Fagan attended the SUNY College at Brockport in 1970 to teach minority students the art of dance.
News10NBC takes a look at the effort underway to relaunch the North Star into a modern media company.
Laying a loved one to rest is no easy task.
Anthony Jordan wasn't the first African-American doctor in Rochester, but he was a strong second...
Throughout Black History Month, News10NBC is focusing on the role of African Americans have played in Rochester's roots.
FIGHT stands for Freedom, Independence, God, Honor, Today.
Memorial AME Zion Church in Corn Hill is the oldest African-American church in Monroe County.
Throughout National Black History Month, News10NBC is focusing on the part that African Americans have played in Rochester's roots...
D&L Tropical Groceries is a black-owned grocery store in Rochester's 19th Ward.