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Curator of African American Collections, Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library; Assistant Professor of African American Studies at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia; former World League of American Football (1991-1992) and NFL (1993-2000) defensive lineman American businessman, media magnate, executive, philanthropist and investor; founder of Black Entertainment Television (BET); former majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats; first African-American billionaire; first African-American majority club owner of a major American sports league First Black Lieutenant Governor of Colorado; with his Kappa brother, California's Mervyn Dymally, he was one of the first two Black lieutenant-governors since Reconstruction and outside of any southern state Lawyer, Government advisor, and later influential boxing promoter who played a unique and unheralded role in the Civil Rights Movement, primarily as a member of the "Black Cabinet" of Presidents Franklin D. Civil rights pioneer, attorney, law professor; best known as one of the architects of the legal strategy leading to the Supreme Court's landmark decision in Brown v. Oklahoma State Regents Pastor of Empowerment Temple AME Church in Baltimore, Maryland; has appeared on BET's Meet the Faith, CNN, C-SPAN, and Politically Incorrect; served as a panelist on the national town hall meetings entitled "The State of Black America" and "The State of the Black Church"Pastor of Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, New York; President of the State University of New York College at Old Westbury; Chairman and founder of the Abyssinian Development Corporation, an engine for 0 million in housing and commercial development in Harlem Former Dallas Mavericks guard; College Basketball Hall of Fame, 2015; Assistant coach with Turkey national basketball team; one of only two former Maverick players to have his jersey retired by the team Former NBA center; first African-American inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame; Basketball Hall of Fame, 1975; College Basketball Hall of Fame, 2006; FIBA Hall of Fame, 2007; 1956 Summer Olympics gold medalist; eleven-time NBA champion; awarded the 2011 Presidential Medal of Freedom; the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Award was named in his honor; 1956 Summer Olympics gold medalist Former AFL quarterback and AFL/NFL wide receiver; 2-time Super Bowl Champion as a wide receiver on Miami Dolphins, the first African-American to start at quarterback for a major professional football league game with the 1968 AFL Denver Broncos First African American football player to break the color barrier of the collegiate Sugar Bowl game when his Pittsburgh Panthers played in the 1956 Sugar Bowl held in New Orleans, LA against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Pro Football Hall of Fame, 1972; College Football Hall of Fame, 1976; won bronze medal in the 400-meter run and a silver medal as part of the US 4x400-meter relay team in the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland; member of the undefeated 1951 University of San Francisco football team Born Arnett W.