Three African American Boys Become Chess Masters – colorlines.com


Color Lines

Before his 13th birthday, Justus Williams became the youngest African American chess player to earn the master rank. Of the 77,000 U.S. Chess Federation members, less than two percent are masters, and only 13 of those are under the age of 14—which makes Justus’ accomplishment a rare achievement.

Click here to read more
BR: Read today’s top headlines


More from The Black Report®