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E Encyclopaedia Africana March 21, 2021 EMPRESS ZEWDITU

Empress Zewditu, having no surviving children, was succeeded by Tafari Mekonnen who upon becoming Emperor was renamed Haile Selassie.

E Encyclopaedia Africana March 12, 2021 EGYPT: REJECTION OF WESTERN BEAUTY STANDARDS

Now when I look at natural hair, I see the amount of character it reflects and the amount of independence.”

E Encyclopaedia Africana February 28, 2021 ELLEN JOHNSON SIRLEAF

“The size of your dreams must always exceed your capacity to achieve them. If your dreams do not scare you, they’re big enough.”

E Encyclopaedia Africana February 26, 2021 E. R. BRAITHWAITE

When Braithwaite turned one hundred in 2012, he returned to his native Guyana where he was awarded the Cacique Crown of Honour by President Donald Ramotar.

E Encyclopaedia Africana February 24, 2021 EDDIE MURPHY

The star is notoriously private and has eschewed social media meaning that, unlike most celebs who have revealed more of their homes than ever before during the pandemic, Eddie has kept his tightly under wraps.

E Encyclopaedia Africana February 20, 2021 ELDRIDGE CLEAVER

The price of hating other human beings is loving oneself less.

E Encyclopaedia Africana February 7, 2021 ELIJAH MUHAMMAD

the Honorable Elijah Muhammad was born on or about Oct. 7, 1897 in Sandersville, Georgia.

E Encyclopaedia Africana February 4, 2021 RACISM IN EMPLOYMENT (UK) – THE STUART HALL FOUNDATION RACE REPORT, 2021

Baroness McGregor-Smith’s review noted that while successive governments and employers had expressed their commitment to racial equality, racial inequality continues to exist.

E Encyclopaedia Africana February 4, 2021 RACISM IN EDUCATION – STUART HALL FOUNDATION RACE REPORT (UK) – 2021

Ethnic minority groups constitute 26% of all undergraduate students in England. However, they are less likely to attend Russell Group Universities, with the Black group particularly under-represented

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