Afro History Today in Afro History ! Wilt Chamberlain passes away in 1999. Equatorial Guinea gains independence from Spain in 1968 ! written by Marc Alexander October 12, 2020 English: Map of Equatorial Guinea Español: Mapa de Guinea Ecuatorial (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game (Photo credit: Wikipedia) edited (colour) picture Image:Wilt Chamberlain.jpg Wilt Chamberlain, American basketball player wearing uniform of Harlem Globetrotters. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Wilt Chamberlain and Bill Russell during a basketball game (Photo credit: Wikipedia) English: Bubi children from Equatorial Guinea (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Map of Equatorial Guinea (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Today in Afro History ! Wilt Chamberlain passes away in 1999. Equatorial Guinea gains independence from Spain in 1968 ! was last modified: October 5th, 2020 by Marc Alexander 0 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Marc Alexander previous post Today’s Afro Birthdays ! Comedian/Activist, Dick Gregory ! Sprinter, Marion Jones ! Singer, Nappy Brown ! Singer, Sam Moore ! NBA player, Charlie Ward ! Singer, Melvin Franklin ! Actor, Marcus T. Paulk ! next post Today’s Afro Birthdays ! Model/Actress, Beverly Johnson ! NFL player, Jerry Rice ! NBA player/coach, Doc Rivers ! NBA player, Paul Pierce ! Gospel Singer, Shirley Caesar ! Singer, Ashanti ! Actor, Demond Wilson ! You may also like Foundation offers scholarship for early childhood teachers August 21, 2018 Fantasy Football Preview: Top 10 Running Backs July 25, 2018 After Bode Miller’s daughter dies, moms shine... July 18, 2018 Kanye West Passes Aretha Franklin's Top 40... June 14, 2018 Eating Cheese Won’t Increase Risk Of Heart... July 24, 2018 Bears iPad, UGA unis stolen from Smith’s... May 7, 2018 XXXTentacion: The troubled talent of a volatile... June 19, 2018 R&B Ready To Kick Off New Season June 7, 2018 "CBS Evening News" headlines for Wednesday, July... July 12, 2018 11/10 CBS2 Saturday Evening Weather Headlines November 10, 2018 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.