Fabulous, Famous #Black #Women

This board is a tribute to the lives and accomplishments of #Black #Women, past, present, and many who will be our future. Some of the women on this board are famous. Some of the women on this board should be famous, but are not; allow me introduce them to you. But ALL of the women on this board are fabulous! I am an author and the heroines of all my books are proud, fabulous, #Black #Women! © Raynetta Manees, Author #African American
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Angela bassett

9 Things You Never Knew About The Fabulous Angela Bassett

Mary Smith, first African-American cheer leader for the Dallas Cowboys...circa 1970

First African American Dallas Cowboys cheerleader Mary Smith 1970

Dr. Shirley Jackson-inventor of the touch-tone telephone, caller ID and the fiber optic cable....

Shirley Jackson-inventor of the touch-tone telephone, caller ID and the fiber optic cable.

Beautiful! ! Luv this pic! Loretta Divine

Loretta Divine, one of the funniest and talented women in show business. Devine has one of the most infectious laughs, that I've ever heard.

Misty Copeland #art

Check out those legs! She got those ballerina killer legs. You go girl! In Misty Copeland made history by becoming the third African American female soloist and first in two decades, at American Ballet Theatre.

For all those who love baking, but want the tasks to be made as easy as possible, you have Anna M. Mangin to thank for her ability to foresee your needs. The young African American woman invented the pastry fork in 1891.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: For all those who love baking, but want the tasks to be made as easy as possible, you have Anna M. Mangin to thank for her ability to foresee your needs. The young African American woman invented the pastry fork in

Queen Nzinga Mbande, (1583-1663) was a warrior queen of the Nzinga and Matamba and one of the greatest female African rulers who fought valiantly to keep her country's citizens from becoming victims of the slave trade.

Queen Nzinga Mbande, was a warrior queen of the Nzinga and Matamba and one of the greatest female African rulers who fought valiantly to keep her country's citizens from becoming victims of the Muslim slave trade.

Black Historical Figures, Beautiful African Women, Inspiring Women, Inspiring People, African American Beauty, Black Girl Magic, Black Girls, Extraordinary People, Smart People

Award-winning author Ann Petry was the first African American woman writer to attain best seller status in the United States. Though her writings were based in Harlem, Petry’s books were considered part of the Chicago Renaissance. Her themes often surrounded black urban life as a site of hopelessness. Petry’s first and most powerful novel, “The Street” won the Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship, with book sales topping a million copies.

American beauty theme essay checklist American Beauty study guide contains a biography of Sam Mendes, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis.

Taraji P. Henson by Allen Cooley for Upscale magazine April 2014 issue: Behind the scenes: .

Simone Biles, the greatest gymnast (male or female) of all time!

Thelma. The eternally beautiful Bern Nadette Stanis from the classic 70's sitcom "Good Times".

BernNadette Stanis, 1974

The eternally beautiful Bern Nadette Stanis from the classic sitcom "Good Times".

Debbie Allen and Phylicia Rashad

Debbie Allen and Phylicia Rashad sisters

Shirley Chisolm - 1st African American woman to run for President

(Bob Peterson—The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images) 22 Women From History Who Were 'Firsts' in Their Fields: Shirley Chisholm became the first African-American woman elected to Congress in 1968 (representing Brooklyn, N.

Dear black women, Don't give up on us because we are not truly loved unless we are loved by you!

Chic Short Hair Styles for Older Women - New Medium Hairstyles

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