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Posted: 9:42 AM Feb 1, 2012
'Soul Train' Host Don Cornelius Dead of Apparent Suicide
LOS ANGELES (AP)
Don Cornelius, who with the creation of "Soul Train" helped break down racial barriers and broaden the reach of black culture, died early Wednesday of an apparent suicide. He was 75.
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  • by Buck Location: Keswick on Feb 1, 2012 at 06:33 PM
    I'm sure he's up there giving people scramble board puzzles in the sky. Man I miss the 70s.
  • by Liberalace Location: Scottsville on Feb 1, 2012 at 12:22 PM
    This guy was awesome..."Rows, froes, anything goes!" Now, it surely speaks to the racism in this nation that the journalist (not a local Cville writer) thought it necessary to cite Jackson, Sharpton and the hate-monger crew; but, alas, I suppose someone out there listens to what they have to say. R.I.P.: Minnie Riperton
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