Queen of Sheba The first use in the Bible of the word “queen” refers to a black woman Kings Her name is alleged to be Makeda, but the Scriptures refer to her as the Queen of Sheba or the Queen of the South. Her fame continues to this day.
☥ The state of California was named after the mythical Black Queen Califia. According to the story, California was an island where only Black women lived. When Cortez arrived in California, searching for this mythical queen, her influence on him was so po
Hair colors and textures as well as eye color is not mutually exclusive to white people. We have eye color from green to violet my Grandmother had violet eyes they changed all the time when she passed they were blue;
Let It Shine: Stories of Black Women Freedom Fighters
Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus and sparked a boycott that changed America. Harriet Tubman helped more than three hundred slaves escape the South on the Underground Railroad. Shirley Chisholm became the first black woman elected to the U.
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.
To truly gain respect from your black man and the world queens, you MUST cover your temples (bodies) and respect yourselves FIRST before he and the world does so accordingly. This is so Biblically true
History you're not taught in American classrooms besides college. Makeda, Queen of Sheba. Her union with King Solomon produced a son named Menelik. Her dynasty ended in 1975 with the death of Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie.