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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Happy mother’s day.

Life doesn’t come with a manual it comes with a mother- Dear Mothers…there is no more difficult or greater role on Earth…You are the closest thing we have to angels and the praise can never be enough for those of us lucky enough to still have…For those who have

Tiébélé, Nahouri, Burkina Faso

Tiebelé

Tiébélé is a department or commune of Nahouri Province in southeastern Burkina Faso. Its capital lies at the town of Tiébélé; the chief, the royal court and the nobility of the Kassena people, who first settled the region in the 15th century, reside there. Burkina Faso, Africa, is the site

Breffu: the slave that rebelled

The story of Breffu, a female slave from Ghana who led a massive slave revolt to take over the West Indies in 1733 Many rebellions took place during the peak of the slave trade. The reasons for the uprising are simple; enslaved Africans were tired of being abused, misused

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