Anthony Johnson

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2005–06 Indiana Pacers Season - Playoffs - East First Round
14–19, 26–23 Pts Stephen Jackson 19 Rebs Jeff Foster 9 Asts Anthony Johnson 6 Pts Vince Carter 31 Rebs Vince Carter 13 Asts Jason Kidd 8 April 25 Recap Indiana Pacers 75, New Jersey Nets 90. 23–21 Pts Richard Jefferson 30 Rebs Jason Kidd 12 Asts Jason Kidd 11 Pts Anthony Johnson 40 Rebs Jermaine O'Neal 6 Asts Anthony Johnson 5 New Jersey wins series, 4–2 Regular-season series ...
John Casor - Legal Dispute
... Anthony Johnson was a Black colonist, one of the original indentured "20 and odd negroes" brought to Jamestown after arriving at Cape Comfort in August 1619 ... By 1623, Johnson had completed his indenture and was a "free Negro" ... During the late 1640s, Johnson moved with his family to Northampton County on Virginia's Eastern Shore ...
Anthony Johnson (musician)
... Roy Anthony Johnson (born 25 December 1957), better known simply as Anthony Johnson, is a Jamaican reggae singer who was a member of the group Mystic I ...
24-7 Spyz - In-Effect Records
... a subsidiary of Relativity, signed the band, which, by now, included new drummer Anthony Johnson, and released their debut album, the genre-hopping Harder Than You, produced by Bob Musso and Jimi Hazel, in December 1988 ... growing success could not halt the sudden departure of Anthony Johnson and P ... Johnson followed suit and, as a result of the departures, the band dropped out of a planned co-headlining tour with Suicidal Tendencies ...
Anthony Johnson - Others
... Anthony Johnson (actor) (born 1965), American film actor, in Friday Anthony Johnson (colonist) (died 1670), freedman of African descent in early Virginia, US Anthony Johnson, American television ... Johnson, American scientist, past president of the Optical Society of America ...

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    And God stepped out on space,
    And He looked around and said,
    “I’m lonely—
    I’ll make me a world.”
    —James Weldon Johnson (1871–1938)

    Some of us who sit upon this platform have many a time been clamored down, and told that we had no right to speak, and that we were out of our place in public meetings; far be it from us, when women assemble, and a man has a thought in his soul, burning for utterance, to retaliate upon him.
    —Susan B. Anthony (1820–1906)