Mary Mahoney: path setter.

On This Day in Herstory, May 7th 1845, Mary Mahoney, the first Black person to study and work as a professionally trained nurse in the U.S., and who challenged discrimination against minorities in nursing, was born in Dorchester, Massachusetts. Mary Eliza Mahoney was the eldest of two daughters born

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The Akan Group

I’ve recently been reading about the different ethnic groups of Africa, so I thought I’d invite you guys along and share some basic facts. First up, we have the Akan people of Ghana 🇬🇭 and Ivory Coast🇨🇮. They’re 20 million strong and their language (Twi/Fante) is that of the

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N’GAME the Akan Goddess

N’Game – African Goddess of the Soul In Akan cosmology we learn about the triple moon goddess N’Game. She is not to be confused with the supreme Akan God Nyame. She is both Creatress and Queen, a goddess of divine authority and feminine empowerment. Her worship is ancient. She

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