2: In 1917 William Barnes and this man partnered to open their first bookstore, in New York City.
4: Known as "Big Game James", this L.A. Lakers forward and college teammate of Michael Jordan was MVP of the 1988 NBA Finals.
6: As press secretary Paul Lassiter, this actor "won" the top prize on "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" on an episode of "Spin City" three days before John Carpenter did it for real.
8: This drag queen appeared in 10 of John Waters's films, most famously eating dog feces in "Pink Flamingos."
10: This Portuguese Hall of Famer won the women's singles title at Wimbledon 3 times, in 1959, 1960, and 1966.
HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
3: This Alabama university founded by Booker T. Washington in 1881 also trained black airmen during World War II.
6: Seventy newly-founded HBCUs were given this three-word classification by the second Morrill Act of 1890.
LAND GRANT COLLEGES
9: Originally named the Augusta Institute and later Atlanta Baptist Seminary, under its current name this all-male Georgia college graduated Martin Luther King, Jr and Spike Lee.
12: Thurgood Marshall graduated first in the 1933 law school class of this Washington, D. C. university named for the first head of the Freedman's Bureau.
15: America's oldest HBCU for women, this Atlanta school's graduates include Alice Walker and Keisha Knight-Pulliam.