Celebrating These Extraordinary People & Places

Ever Lee Hairston Describes Marching With Martin Luther King Jr.Ever Lee Hairston, a woman who endured poverty, racism and a rare disability, describes marching with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: Dulan's Soul Food KitchenDeMarco Morgan introduces CBS2 viewers to the family behind Dulan's Soul Food Kitchen.
CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: Dorris "Dorie" Miller and Benjamin O. Davis Jr.War hero, Dorris "Dorie" Miller was the first African American awarded the Navy Cross. Benjamin O. Davis Jr. was the first African American to become a General in the U.S. Air Force
CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: Clarence Sasser and "Six Triple Eight"Under heavy fire, medic Sasser was shot and unable to walk. For 5 hours, he dragged himself through the wood, helping others. The "6888" was an all-black female battalion during WWII whose mission was to clear the army's 2-year backlog of mail. They completed the job in just 3 months.
New Documentary Shines Light On Historic Black Variety Show 'SOUL!'A new documentary is shining a light on "SOUL!", a priceless piece of entertainment history almost forgotten. Suzanne Marques reports.
Dry Cleaner A Staple Of South LA Community For 7 DecadesA South Los Angeles family have a run a successful dry cleaning business in their community for the past 70 years. DeMarco Morgan reports.
CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: Bowers & Sons CleanersBowers & Sons Cleaners has been serving South Los Angeles since 1950 when Horace Bowers and his wife, Alice, opened the business. Now, more than 70 years later, their daughter Vivan Bowers runs the business.
South LA Teen Piano Prodigy A Star In The MakingIan Macklin-Sims has been described as a genius, a child prodigy and a star in the making.
Inglewood 'Crown And Hops' Brewery Targets Underserved MarketsDeMarco Morgan reports on a Southland craft brewery with a mission.
CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: Jamaal BrownJamaal Brown of Lancaster is the creator and editor in chief of Black 365, a company that sells calendars and flash cards that celebrate the good, the bad and the forgotten aspects of Black history that have shaped the world around us. For more information, visit www.Black365.com
CBS2 Celebrates Black History Month: Tuskegee AirmenTheir courage is legendary. The Tuskegee Airmen were America's first black military aviators.