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Hampton University is a private, historically Black, research university in Hampton, Virginia. Founded in 1868 as Hampton Agricultural and Industrial School, it was established by Black and White leaders of the American Missionary Association after the American Civil War to provide education to freedmen. The campus houses the Hampton University Museum, which is the oldest museum of the African diaspora in the United States and the oldest museum in the commonwealth of Virginia. First led by former Union General Samuel Chapman Armstrong, Hampton University's main campus is located on 314 acres in Hampton, Virginia, on the banks of the Hampton River. The university offers 90 programs, including 50 bachelor's degree programs, 25 master's degree programs and nine doctoral programs. The universi

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  • Hampton University (auch: HU, Home by the Sea) ist eine private historically black University in Hampton (Virginia), Vereinigte Staaten. Sie wurde 1868 von Schwarzen und Weißen, Leitern der American Missionary Association (AMA), gegründet, als sie nach dem Amerikanischen Bürgerkrieg die Ausbildung von Freedmen (freigelassenen Sklaven) fördern wollten. Ab 1878 wurde auch ein Programm für Indianer angeboten, welches bis 1923 lief. (de)
  • Hampton University is a private, historically Black, research university in Hampton, Virginia. Founded in 1868 as Hampton Agricultural and Industrial School, it was established by Black and White leaders of the American Missionary Association after the American Civil War to provide education to freedmen. The campus houses the Hampton University Museum, which is the oldest museum of the African diaspora in the United States and the oldest museum in the commonwealth of Virginia. First led by former Union General Samuel Chapman Armstrong, Hampton University's main campus is located on 314 acres in Hampton, Virginia, on the banks of the Hampton River. The university offers 90 programs, including 50 bachelor's degree programs, 25 master's degree programs and nine doctoral programs. The university has a satellite campus in Virginia Beach and also has online offerings. Hampton University is home to 16 research centers, including the Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute, the largest free-standing facility of its kind in the world. Hampton University is classified among "R2: Doctoral Universities – High research activity." (en)
  • L’université de Hampton (en anglais Hampton University) est une université située à Hampton (Virginie), aux États-Unis. Faisant partie des « universités traditionnellement noires », elle conserve un chêne sous lequel fut lue la Proclamation d'émancipation signée par le président Abraham Lincoln en 1863. Elle possède un musée consacré au général blanc (en), qui dirigeait un bataillon afro-américain lors de la guerre de Sécession, à l'origine de la première école du campus. Les équipes sportives se nomment les Pirates de Hampton. (fr)
  • A Universidade de Hampton (em inglês: Hampton University) é uma universidade privada historicamente negra localizada em Hampton, Virgínia, nos Estados Unidos. Sua fundação ocorreu em 1868 através de líderes da Associação Missionária Americana (AMA) após a Guerra de Secessão, com o intuito de prover educação para pessoas livres; entre um de seus fundadores, configura-se Samuel Chapman Armstrong. Em 1878, a instituição estabeleceu ainda um programa de educação para nativos norte-americanos. Entre seus alunos notáveis estão Booker T. Washington, Ruth E. Carter e Mary Jackson. (pt)
  • 漢普頓大學(Hampton University)是一間主校區位於美國维吉尼亞州漢普頓的私立大學、傳統黑人大學,由的領袖成立於美國內戰結束後的1868年,最早是一所師範學校,1984年正式升格為大學。2015年《美國新聞與世界報道》將其列在“南部地區大學”排名中的第18位。 (zh)
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  • Dean emeritus of the Tippie College of Business at University of Iowa; former senior vice president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (en)
  • Founder, president and chaplain of Saint Paul's College (Virginia); Harmon Award (en)
  • former head football coach at Norfolk State University, 1974–1983; former head coach of track team and athletic director at Norfolk State (en)
  • Dark matter researcher; theoretical particle physicist at Dartmouth College; first black American to earn a Ph.D. in physics from Harvard University (en)
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  • Curator of African Art, Dallas Museum of Art; former director of the National Museum of African Art (en)
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  • President of MSNBC; former Vice President of NBC News and MSNBC (en)
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  • early sickle cell anemia researcher (en)
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  • mother of Martin Luther King Jr. (en)
  • Prime minister of Eswatini; CEO of Nedbank Eswatini and CEO of MTN Eswatini (en)
  • Engineer; Lead of Planetary Protection for the Mars 2020 Mission at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (en)
  • seventh president of Fisk University and president of the United Negro College Fund (en)
  • rapper, signed to Dreamville Records in 2017 (en)
  • Black & gay rights activist; founder of Native Son Now; former Afropunk Festival chief content officer and editor-in-chief of Vibe and Giant magazines (en)
  • American educator, author, including his autobiography “Up from Slavery,” orator, first president of Tuskegee Institute , founder of the National Business League, prominent civil rights and racial “uplift” advocate, and adviser to several presidents of the United States. Between 1890 and 1915, Washington was the dominant leader in the African American community. (en)
  • minstrel show impresario; toured Britain, South Africa and Australia (en)
  • Founder of Creole restaurant chain Frenchy's Chicken in Houston, Texas (en)
  • Attorney; counsel and general manager for the Madame C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company (en)
  • US District Court Judge for the United States District Court for the District of Delaware (en)
  • Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; Academy Award in costume design for Black Panther (en)
  • psychiatrist and professor at Yale School of Medicine (en)
  • Co-founder of Inner City Broadcasting Corporation; investor in the New York Amsterdam News and the Apollo Theater; producer of It's Showtime at the Apollo (en)
  • "Queen mother" of the Civil Rights Movement; developed citizenship classes that enabled black Southerners to register and vote; SCLC board; American Book Award (en)
  • actress; Batwoman, God Friended Me, Always a Bridesmaid, The Family Business; First Black actor to ever wear the Batsuit (en)
  • first African-American to lead a major cable news network (en)
  • Founder of The Chicago Defender and of the annual Bud Billiken Day Parade in Chicago (en)
  • Built the historic Shearer Cottage, the first inn for black vacationers on Martha's Vineyard (en)
  • writer at The Nation, television commentator and author; Kirkus Prize (en)
  • Rapper, Member of EARTHGANG and co-founder of Spillage Village'' (en)
  • President Emeritus of Tuskegee University; namesake of the Tuskegee Airmen training site Moton Field; advisor to five U.S. presidents; Spingarn Medal; Harmon Award (en)
  • professor of theology and Africana Studies at the University of Notre Dame (en)
  • Environmental ecologist and founder of Black in Marine Science (en)
  • Led the effort to develop Bay Shore Beach on the Chesapeake Bay, which is considered the first resort for black vacationers in the South (en)
  • former weatherman for Good Morning America, 1986–1998 (en)
  • Early trainer of black librarians; first black American to head a public library; Hampton's Library School was a continuation of his training program (en)
  • concert singer; first black American to sing at a U.S. presidential inauguration; founder of The Harlem School of the Arts; first black Metropolitan Opera board member (en)
  • composer, playwright, poet, pianist, organist, and keyboardist. Wrote over 500 songs, including the lyrics for "To Be Young, Gifted and Black" (en)
  • First black graduate of Cornell Law School; member of the Virginia House of Delegates (en)
  • Antigua and Barbuda Ambassador to the United Nations and to the United States (en)
  • owner and publisher of the largest chain of black newspapers in the U.S.; founder of the National Newspaper Publishers Association; Presidential Citizens Medal (en)
  • Co-founder and president of Mammoth Life and Accident Insurance Company, which became the largest black-owned business in Kentucky and later merged with Atlanta Life (en)
  • photographer, book artist; lead plaintiff in the Virginia school desegregation case Thompson v County School Board of Arlington County (en)
  • member of the Golden Thirteen, the first black commissioned officers in the U.S. Navy (en)
  • Radio Hall of Fame; disc jockey and host of The Breakfast Club (en)
  • First black publicist in Hollywood; executive editor of the Los Angeles Sentinel; sports editor for Jet and Ebony magazines (en)
  • President of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County; American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Heinz Award (en)
  • Sports broadcaster; ESPN SportsCenter anchor and Showtime Championship Boxing host (en)
  • Civil rights attorney; first woman appointed to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; Spingarn Medal (en)
  • Author, Illustrator, Film Artist. Known for painting the "King Chad" Mural in Disneyland (en)
  • Track and Field Olympian representing Nigeria during the 2020 Olympics (en)
  • Painter and art historian; founder of the International Review of African American Art; first black American female to earn a Ph.D. in fine art and art history (en)
  • former NBA player, Washington Bullets, Detroit Pistons, New Jersey Nets; WNBA Detroit Shock Head Coach (en)
  • pioneer in nutrition and child development; first woman of color to earn a Ph.D. in nutrition; instrumental in creating the Head Start program; namesake of Hampton's Flemmie Kittrell Hall (en)
  • Federal Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (en)
  • Former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of the Congo and Nigeria (en)
  • stage manager and personality on the Late Show with David Letterman (en)
  • Kenya Minister of State, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister of Education; cabinet of Kenya's first president Jomo Kenyatta (en)
  • Participant in the 2014 Little League World Series and 2014 AP Women's Athlete of the Year; began playing for Hampton softball in the 2020 season (en)
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  • Hampton University (auch: HU, Home by the Sea) ist eine private historically black University in Hampton (Virginia), Vereinigte Staaten. Sie wurde 1868 von Schwarzen und Weißen, Leitern der American Missionary Association (AMA), gegründet, als sie nach dem Amerikanischen Bürgerkrieg die Ausbildung von Freedmen (freigelassenen Sklaven) fördern wollten. Ab 1878 wurde auch ein Programm für Indianer angeboten, welches bis 1923 lief. (de)
  • L’université de Hampton (en anglais Hampton University) est une université située à Hampton (Virginie), aux États-Unis. Faisant partie des « universités traditionnellement noires », elle conserve un chêne sous lequel fut lue la Proclamation d'émancipation signée par le président Abraham Lincoln en 1863. Elle possède un musée consacré au général blanc (en), qui dirigeait un bataillon afro-américain lors de la guerre de Sécession, à l'origine de la première école du campus. Les équipes sportives se nomment les Pirates de Hampton. (fr)
  • A Universidade de Hampton (em inglês: Hampton University) é uma universidade privada historicamente negra localizada em Hampton, Virgínia, nos Estados Unidos. Sua fundação ocorreu em 1868 através de líderes da Associação Missionária Americana (AMA) após a Guerra de Secessão, com o intuito de prover educação para pessoas livres; entre um de seus fundadores, configura-se Samuel Chapman Armstrong. Em 1878, a instituição estabeleceu ainda um programa de educação para nativos norte-americanos. Entre seus alunos notáveis estão Booker T. Washington, Ruth E. Carter e Mary Jackson. (pt)
  • 漢普頓大學(Hampton University)是一間主校區位於美國维吉尼亞州漢普頓的私立大學、傳統黑人大學,由的領袖成立於美國內戰結束後的1868年,最早是一所師範學校,1984年正式升格為大學。2015年《美國新聞與世界報道》將其列在“南部地區大學”排名中的第18位。 (zh)
  • Hampton University is a private, historically Black, research university in Hampton, Virginia. Founded in 1868 as Hampton Agricultural and Industrial School, it was established by Black and White leaders of the American Missionary Association after the American Civil War to provide education to freedmen. The campus houses the Hampton University Museum, which is the oldest museum of the African diaspora in the United States and the oldest museum in the commonwealth of Virginia. First led by former Union General Samuel Chapman Armstrong, Hampton University's main campus is located on 314 acres in Hampton, Virginia, on the banks of the Hampton River. The university offers 90 programs, including 50 bachelor's degree programs, 25 master's degree programs and nine doctoral programs. The universi (en)
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