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    Nina Simone: Singer, civil rights activist and baadddaasss style icon.

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    Nina Simone; Black History Month

  • State of the Black Parent

    We got to have it better esp. for Our Children and Future Generations. One learn how the medical industry is 'masters'. It's important we get legislatively involve with everything as black people as others people do theirs. --> http://www.stateoftheblackparent.blogspot.com/2013/12/medical-outrage.html

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Eunice Kathleen Waymon (Tryon, Estados Unidos, 21 de febrero de 1933 - Carry-le-Rouet, Francia, 21 de abril de 2003), conocida como Nina Simone, fue una cantante, compositora y pianista estadounidense de jazz, blues, rhythm and blues y soul. Se la conoce con el sobrenombre de «High Priestess of Soul».