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Here is what’s remarkable about the Kanuri people of Africa, a race of giants

Here is what’s remarkable about the Kanuri people of Africa, a race of giants

It is believed that the Kanuri people are the descendants of the Sayfawa dynasty of the Kanem empire. In the 14th century, they were compelled to resettle southwest of Lake Chad when Bulala invaded their state. The Kanuri people who are also referred to as Bornu can be found in Nigeria, Cameroon, Niger and Chad….

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The inspiring legacy of the 1st Black lawyer to argue before the Supreme Court of Virginia 110yrs ago

The inspiring legacy of the 1st Black lawyer to argue before the Supreme Court of Virginia 110yrs ago

He made headlines by being the first Black approved to argue cases before the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia (later Supreme Court of Virginia). He won a case before the Court in 1913. His case, Davis v Allen, challenged the deliberate attempt by authorities in Hampton to bar Black voters from exercising their voting…

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Nannie Helen Burroughs, the activist who refused to marry to enable her educate Black women

Nannie Helen Burroughs, the activist who refused to marry to enable her educate Black women

Nannie Helen Burroughs was an extraordinary student in her early years. She completed M Street High School with honors. Despite her astounding academic accomplishments, no school in Washington, D.C. was willing to offer her a job. The elite Black community deepened her woes because they would not want anything to do with her because her…

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Woman whose tax company grossed $1.5M in just three months to provide franchise opportunities

Woman whose tax company grossed $1.5M in just three months to provide franchise opportunities

Dr. Shawanda S. Moore is the founder of Royal Financial Services and serves as its CEO. She is passionate about financial services, including Individual Tax Preparation, Business Tax Preparation, Business Coaching, Growth Analysis and Strategies for finances, Financial Literacy, and more. Moore was running her tax firm with her son, Shaun Moore, who was unfortunately…

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