Black Women : Afrikan Queens

Discussion in 'Black Women - Mothers - Sisters - Daughters' started by info-moetry, Jul 24, 2006.

  1. info-moetry

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    Great link......

    I thank you dearly Brother Info for highlighting these beautiful Queen's greatness. Queen Nzingha is such an inspiration to me. A Queen wouldn't have her glorious standing without her king, so on behalf of Black women, I give reverence to all Black kings and Black Men warriors past and present, including you:bowdown:

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    this was awesome and great to vent into thankz for sharing the souls
    of power within da sistas
     
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    WOW!!!! TALK BOUT INFORMATION THAT PUTS AN ARCH IN BACK ..... STANDING TALL!!!!

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    Wonderful information. Thank you! I saw a zulu opera play a while ago about princess Magogo. Princess Constance Magogo Sibilile Mantithi Ngangezinye kaDinuzulu (1900-1984) was born in 1900 as the daughter of Zulu King Dinuzulu kaCetshawayo (1886-1913) and Queen Silomo. She was a composer of classic Zulu music and a talented player of the ugubhu. Just thought of sharing this with you.
     
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