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  • Lizzo

    Perry, MAdeline (USM Digital Commons, 2020-06-26)
    WMPG celebrates the lives of Black men and women throughout the month of February. Lizzo, born Melissa Viviane Jefferson, majored in classical flute at the University of Houston before switching to her very successful hip-hop music career. She is a plus-sized African American woman known for her work in support of body image and self-love.
  • Tarana Burke

    Cerwin, James (USM Digital Commons, 2020-06-26)
    WMPG celebrates the lives of Black men and women throughout the month of February. Born in 1973 Bronx, New York, Tarana Burke is a prominent activist who founded the “Me Too” movement to raise awareness of sexual assault.
  • Stevie Wonder

    Walker, James (USM Digital Commons, 2020-06-26)
    WMPG celebrates the lives of Black men and women throughout the month of February. Stevie Wonder is one of the greatest American musicians of the Twentieth Century, with 25 Grammy Awards and membership in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He helped establish Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a National Holiday and was named a United Nations Messenger of Peace, as well as earning the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
  • Gordon Parks

    90.9 WMPG FM (USM Digital Commons, 2020-06-26)
    WMPG celebrates the lives of Black men and women throughout the month of February. Born in 1912 Kansas, Gordon Parks used the camera as his weapon of choice to fight against poverty, racism, violence, and inequality. He worked with all economic and social levels. Presented by student DJ Lexi.
  • Duke Ellington

    G, DJ Daddy (USM Digital Commons, 2020-06-22)
    WMPG celebrates the lives of Black men and women throughout the month of February. Born Edward Kennedy in Washington, DC, Duke Ellington had a 50-year career in jazz music. He elevated jazz to an art form. In 1999, he received a special posthumous Pulitzer Prize for Music.

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