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Queen Latifah and Jill Scott to star in Flint water crisis movie E-mail

Queen Latifah and Jill Scott are set to star in the film along with actress Betsy Brandy of CBS's "Life in Pieces" and "Sneaky Pete" actress Marin Ireland, according to Deadline.com .

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Google honors Ghanaian businesswoman Esther Afua Ocloo with daily Doodle E-mail

Esther Afua Ocloo: Ghana's inspiring businesswoman 

Founder of Nkulenu Industries, Ocloo started her business with less than a dollar and grew into a global inspiration.

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Nancy Abu-Bonsrah is the 1st Black woman to become Neurosurgery Resident at John Hopkins University Hospital E-mail

Every month is black-history month, and Nancy Abu-Bonsrah, a young med student from Maryland, is proving just that: She has marked her spot in history as the first black woman to become a neurosurgery resident at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.

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Bronx Native on a mission to open "Lit" bookstore E-mail

 
 
 
Noelle Santos is on a mission to bring an independent book and wine experience to her neighborhood in Bronx, New York.

 

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Tekay Designs brings rich textures to brides everywhere E-mail

Houston, Texas -Upholding such high expectations is challenging, yet can be found in the crafty hands of a soft-spoken dress designer working in Houston, Texas. TeKay Designs by Kimma Wreh is committed to serving brides who's dreams command that symbolism, prosperity, heritage, and culture be packaged and delivered in a collection of garments. Kimma has been designing ethnic formal wear and bridal gowns for over fifteen years. "I'm approached by more and more brides who want to return to their roots to feel connected to their heritage" explains Kimma. "I began designing ethnic fashions because I received such a warm reception in the US by people complimenting the dresses I had created for myself. I've traveled throughout the world from Latin-America to India and in various African countries. I admire the creativity of the local artist. I've always been inspired by the craftsmanship of the local artists when traveling back to my country of Liberia. I realized that the hand-made work the people were doing was so well crafted, that I was moved. So, in 1996, I began my business to produce authentic ethnic fashions for brides in the western world.  I not only design the gowns, I create a complete set of ladies dresses and formal menswear tailored for the bridal party! I employ handmade construction by African artists to produce authentic African-inspired and ethnic bridal and formal attire.

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