Afro History Today in Afro History ! John Coltrane passes away in 1967 ! written by Marc Alexander July 17, 2019 Coltrane (1957 album) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) John Coltrane House, 1511 North Thirty-third Street, Philadelphia (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Related PostsToday in Afro History ! Josephine Baker passes away in 1975.Today in Afro History ! Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority founded at Howard University in 1908 !Today in Afro History ! Inventor, Elijah McCoy passes away in 1929. “The Great Hurricane of 1780” hits the Caribbean.Today in Afro History ! U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall retires in 1991 !Today in Afro History ! Frederick Douglas escapes slavery disguised as a sailor in 1838 !Today in Afro History ! Jazz Pianist/Composer, Billy Taylor passes away in 2010. Today in Afro History ! John Coltrane passes away in 1967 ! was last modified: June 30th, 2019 by Marc Alexander 0 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Marc Alexander previous post Today’s Afro Birthdays ! Actress, Diahann Carroll ! NBA player/Harlem Globe Trotter, Cornelius “Connie” Hawkins ! Singer, Regina Belle ! Singer, Phoebe Snow ! next post Today’s Afro Birthdays ! Anti-Apartheid Activist, Nelson Mandela ! NBA player, Penny Hardaway ! NFL player, Deion Branch ! MLB player, Tori Hunter ! TV Host, Wendy Williams ! Singer, Screaming Jay Hawkins ! Singer, Martha Reeves ! You may also like Mom asked 34-year-old son to turn down... June 25, 2018 NFL won’t eliminate kickoffs this season May 1, 2018 Dennis Erickson named Alliance SLC coach May 16, 2018 Watch Jessie Reyez Get Nostalgic in Her... July 27, 2018 Christie Says Biggest Mistake Was Hiring People... August 30, 2017 Source: Pats, Develin close to 2-year extension June 14, 2018 Giants GM Gettleman diagnosed with lymphoma June 5, 2018 Lovelette Brooks ends a journalism journey April 19, 2015 Head games: Browns must earn helmet stripes June 6, 2018 Mayfield to McSorley: 10 CFB clones of... May 3, 2018 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.