Nathan Bedford Forrest was born in Chapel Hill, Tennessee, on July 13, 1821. Despite having no formal military training, Forrest rose from the rank of private to lieutenant general. Forrest’s men reportedly killed over 200 Union soldiers, many of them black troops who had formerly been slaves. Here’s Nathan Bedford Forrest Biography and Profile.
David Duke, White Supremacist, Racist, Racists, KKK, Ku Klux Klan, born 1 July 1950, first made his racist mark at Louisiana State University back in 1970 when he founded the White Youth Alliance. How did David Ernest Duke take his life down the path of racial extremism? He was born into a comfortable middle-class family July 1, 1950, son of an archconservative oil-field engineer, and an alcoholic mother, according to a recent Duke biography by Michael Zatarain. Here’s David Duke Biography and Profile.
Selena Marie Gomez (born July 22, 1992) is an American actress, singer, in Grand Prairie, Texas, Selena Gomez got her start in show business with a two-year run on the kids show Barney and Friends. Selena Gomez parents are Amanda Cornett and Ricardo Gomez. Her mother, commonly known as Mandy. Here’s Selena Marie Gomez Biography and Profile.
Ken Starr Career: Law clerk to Chief Justice Warren E. Burger (1975-77); associate partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher (1977-81); counselor to the attorney general (1981-83); judge, U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia (1983-89); solicitor general of the United States (1989-93); Partner, Kirkland & Ellis (1993-present). Attorney Kenneth Starr was placed in charge of the investigation into the affair scandal between Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky. Here’s Ken Starr Biography and Profile.
David Lammy was born in Tottenham in 19 July 1972. He was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 1994, practised as a barrister in England and the United States and became the first black Briton to study a Masters in Law at Harvard Law School, graduating in 1997. David Lindon Lammy Biography and Profile.
Femi Oke was born on 30 June 1966. She’s an international journalist, writer and moderator. Since the 1980s, she has worked for BBC television and radio, Sky TV, all U.K. terrestrial television networks, CNN and U.S. public radio. Femi was awarded a media fellowship to report from Monrovia on Liberia’s elections. Femi Oke Co-founder of Moderate The Panel. Femi Oke Biography and Profile.