Making History Happen

Making History Happen

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This Black History Month AT&T 28 Days is looking to inspire the next generation of history-making leaders, thinkers and doers through the Making History Happen Challenge. Be inspired to make history in your community and beyond, by hearing the personal stories of some of the most accomplished figures in the world. And from February 1st AT&T brings you compelling conversations with Political leaders, sports legends, Hollywood stars, and cultural icons. They made history happen… you can too.

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From beauty queen to the most influential woman in the world - hear the story of how Oprah Winfrey changed history. Find out how Oprah built her TV network, and put millions of dollars of her own money into a school for girls in... more
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Tony Dungy has been described as the ‘Godfather' of the NFL. Rarely has someone had as much respect from players and fans across America as has Dungy. He was the first African-American to coach his team to the Superbowl,... more
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No one has had an impact on popular culture like Quincy Jones. As a music producer he worked with greats like Frank Sinatra and Ray Charles before creating ?Off The Wall,? ?Thriller? and ?Bad? with Michael Jackson. He also... more
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Nelson Mandela's death last year saw the whole world celebrate his achievements. He changed the lives of millions of South Africans through his stance against apartheid, serving 27 years in jail before emerging to unite his... more
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From Vietnam to U.S Secretary of State - find out how Colin Powell's military career led him to some of the most important roles in government, influencing politics throughout the world. It's an inspirational story of how a young man from... more
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Winning one Olympic Gold medal is a great achievement. Winning nine Olympic Gold medals is truly amazing. This is the story of how Carl Lewis dominated track & field for over a decade, transforming the sport to allow future athletes the... more
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True musical legends want to go on performing for ever - it's what they live for. And Ron Isley is not different. He tells Tavis Smiley on BlogTalkRadio why touring is still so important to him, "Just to hook up with the fans, sing these songs to... more
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Playing Tionne 'T-Boz' Watkins in VH1's TLC biopic "CrazySexyCool" gave Drew Sidora the Hollywood buzz and got her set for the next stage of her career. "Embracing the struggles of my career and my life, I think ultimately just... more
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Russell Hornsby is a busy man. Best known for his long-running lead role as Los Angeles cop Eddie Sutton in "Lincoln Heights" and now he can be seen in NBC's acclaimed drama series, "Grimm." He's also been on Broadway, starring... more
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There's one way to help make history happen according to hollywood legend Forest Whitaker - talking. Last year he played the lead role in "The Butler," a movie that tackles civil rights in America. He says "I think acknowledgement and... more

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