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Watch: Black History Month Special: Living the Legacy

We aired our Black History Month special "Living the Legacy" Saturday night. Missed it? Watchall of the videos below!

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    Celebrating Iconic Philly Architect Julian Abele

    You may not know his name but you've probably seen his work in Philadelphia. NBC10's Jim Rosenfield has the story of the architectural pioneer Julian Abele.

    (Published Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018)

    February is Black History Month and NBC10 is celebrating by highlighting the efforts of prominent African Americans from our area. We aired our Black History Month special "Living the Legacy" Saturday night. Missed it? Watch all of the videos above and below!

    Rhonda Willingham

    Learn more about Rhonda's organization MenzFit HERE.

    Woman Provides Free Professional Clothing for Men in NeedWoman Provides Free Professional Clothing for Men in Need

    She’s been called a local lifesaver due to her efforts of helping thousands of men in our area turn their lives around. NBC10’s Harry Hairston has the story of Rhonda Willingham, the founder of ‘MenzFit,’ which provides free professional interview clothing for unemployed and underemployed men looking to turn their lives around.

    (Published Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018)

    Jerry McCauley

    Local Doctor Changes the Organ Transplant RulesLocal Doctor Changes the Organ Transplant Rules

    Local doctor is changing the rules when it comes to organ transplant. NBC10's Erin Coleman has the story of Dr. Jerry McCauley

    (Published Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018)

    Elleanor Jean Hendley

    Learn more about Elleanor’s organization Teenshop, Inc. HERE.

    Former Philly Journalist Empowers Young WomenFormer Philly Journalist Empowers Young Women

    A local "shero" is committed to her community by empowering young women to take on the world. NBC10's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has the story of Elleanor Jean Hendley and Teenshop.

    (Published Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018)

    Robert Bogle

    President and CEO of Philly Tribune Shares Black ExperiencePresident and CEO of Philly Tribune Shares Black Experience

    Robert Bogle, the president and CEO of the Philadelphia Tribune remains committed to using journalism to share the African American experience. NBC10's Vai Sikahema has the story of Bogle as well as his historic newspaper.

    (Published Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018)

    Octavius Catto

    Life and Legacy of Octavius CattoLife and Legacy of Octavius Catto

    As part of NBC10's celebration of Black History Month, we're taking a look at the life and legacy of Octavius Catto. The Civil Rights leader fought for voting rights in Philadelphia and rallied to desegregate the trolley system. He was honored in 2017 with a 12-foot bronze state outside of Philadelphia's city hall.

    (Published Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018)

    Jasmyn Wright

    Philly Teacher's Life-Changing Message Captivates StudentsPhilly Teacher's Life-Changing Message Captivates Students

    Jasmyn Wright, a Philadelphia teacher, is changing lives, including those of students and the Philadelphia Eagles, through her captivating "push through" message.

    (Published Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018)

    Cecil B. Moore

    The Life and Legacy of Cecil B. MooreThe Life and Legacy of Cecil B. Moore

    In 1965 Civil Rights activist and Defense Attorney Cecil B. Moore campaigned to open Girard College to African Americans which was desegregated in 1968. A North Philadelphia neighborhood is now named after Moore.

    (Published Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018)