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“Sucesso e as Negas”. Uma série de retratos ilustrados de mulheres negras com sua visão de sucesso.

“Sucesso e as Negas”. Uma série de retratos ilustrados de mulheres negras com sua visão de sucesso.

Amanirenas - a Kandake (warrior queen) of kush, Ameniras challenged the Romans who took over Egypt after the death of Cleopatra VII. She reigned from about 40 BCE to 10 BCE. She is one of the most famous kandakes, because of her role leading Kushite armies against the Romans from in a war that lasted five years, from 27 BCE to 22 BCE.  She succeeded in negotiating a peace treaty on favourable terms. Amanirenas was described as brave, and blind in one eye.

Amanirenas - a Kandake (warrior queen) of kush, Ameniras challenged the Romans who took over Egypt after the death of Cleopatra VII. She reigned from about 40 BCE to 10 BCE. She is one of the most famous kandakes, because of her role leading Kushite armies against the Romans from in a war that lasted five years, from 27 BCE to 22 BCE. She succeeded in negotiating a peace treaty on favourable terms. Amanirenas was described as brave, and blind in one eye.

“Sucesso e as Negas”. Uma série de retratos ilustrados de mulheres negras com sua visão de sucesso.

“Sucesso e as Negas”. Uma série de retratos ilustrados de mulheres negras com sua visão de sucesso.

“Sucesso e as Negas”. Uma série de retratos ilustrados de mulheres negras com sua visão de sucesso.

“Sucesso e as Negas”. Uma série de retratos ilustrados de mulheres negras com sua visão de sucesso.

“Sucesso e as Negas”. Uma série de retratos ilustrados de mulheres negras com sua visão de sucesso.

“Sucesso e as Negas”. Uma série de retratos ilustrados de mulheres negras com sua visão de sucesso.

Quem não gosta de uma festa de boteco?   Ela é descolada, divertida e versátil. Podemos adequar ao gosto geral onde agradamos a todos.   ...

Quem não gosta de uma festa de boteco? Ela é descolada, divertida e versátil. Podemos adequar ao gosto geral onde agradamos a todos. ...

StreetTeam locks down $10M to power ambassador programs for brands Millennials hate advertising and dont respect brands  so what is a self-respecting 21st century marketer to do? Callum Negus-Fancey and his company StreetTeamwould have you leverage the power of the upwardly mobile ambitious twenty-somethings themselves.  StreetTeam helpsbrands build deploy and manage large decentralized ambassador programs to sell more goods. The English company just closed a $10 million round led by Kindred…

StreetTeam locks down $10M to power ambassador programs for brands Millennials hate advertising and dont respect brands so what is a self-respecting 21st century marketer to do? Callum Negus-Fancey and his company StreetTeamwould have you leverage the power of the upwardly mobile ambitious twenty-somethings themselves. StreetTeam helpsbrands build deploy and manage large decentralized ambassador programs to sell more goods. The English company just closed a $10 million round led by Kindred…

The Africans who conquered Rome: Septimius Severus the African Emperor of Rome | Rasta Livewire

The Africans who conquered Rome: Septimius Severus the African Emperor of Rome | Rasta Livewire

@Regrann from @negus_negusti -  When the Roman Empire set up a powerful trading centre in Alexandria in the first century BC and was in command of all of the spices entering the Greco-Roman world for many years. Roman soldiers of the time were frequently paid in salt a practice that led to the word salary and the phrase worth his salt. Over the following centuries countless groups battled for control of the spice trade. Eventually in the mid-13th century Venice emerged as the primary trade…

@Regrann from @negus_negusti - When the Roman Empire set up a powerful trading centre in Alexandria in the first century BC and was in command of all of the spices entering the Greco-Roman world for many years. Roman soldiers of the time were frequently paid in salt a practice that led to the word salary and the phrase worth his salt. Over the following centuries countless groups battled for control of the spice trade. Eventually in the mid-13th century Venice emerged as the primary trade…

Governor Pio Pico was the last Mexican Governor of California, ending several centuries of Spanish control of California and the Pueblo de Los Angeles, as seen in this etching made in the early 1800's. (Yes, he was a black Mexican!)

Governor Pio Pico was the last Mexican Governor of California, ending several centuries of Spanish control of California and the Pueblo de Los Angeles, as seen in this etching made in the early 1800's. (Yes, he was a black Mexican!)

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