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Dr. Llaila O. Afrika is a Doctor of Naturopathy, Lecturer, Nutritional Consultant, Historian, and Author; of such works as "Melanin: What makes Black People Black". Dr. Afrika has been teaching people how to be healthy for over 27 years and has healed thousands of people along the way while conducting lectures on 80 different topics. He contends that good health does not belong exclusively to any culture or race, but is a human right and product of nature.

Dr. Llaila O. Afrika is a Doctor of Naturopathy, Lecturer, Nutritional Consultant, Historian, and Author; of such works as "Melanin: What makes Black People Black". Dr. Afrika has been teaching people how to be healthy for over 27 years and has healed thousands of people along the way while conducting lectures on 80 different topics. He contends that good health does not belong exclusively to any culture or race, but is a human right and product of nature.

Susie Baker King Taylor First AA army nurse

Susie Baker King Taylor First AA army nurse

The Sundance Kid …but if you google him,you’ll find a white actor…..Hollywood ! - Lady Kier woz ere’

The Sundance Kid …but if you google him,you’ll find a white actor…..Hollywood ! - Lady Kier woz ere’

Portrait of future newspaper publisher John H. Sengstacke (1912 - 1997) as he poses in the snow at the entrance gate to the Oakmere Hotel, Idlewild, Michigan, 1938. The hotel was founded by African-American Dr. Daniel Hale Williams, a pioneering cardiologist who performed the first successful open-heart surgery. Idlewild, known as 'the Black Eden,' was a resort community that catered to African Americans, who were excluded from other resorts prior to the passage of the Civil RIghts Act of…

Portrait of future newspaper publisher John H. Sengstacke (1912 - 1997) as he poses in the snow at the entrance gate to the Oakmere Hotel, Idlewild, Michigan, 1938. The hotel was founded by African-American Dr. Daniel Hale Williams, a pioneering cardiologist who performed the first successful open-heart surgery. Idlewild, known as 'the Black Eden,' was a resort community that catered to African Americans, who were excluded from other resorts prior to the passage of the Civil RIghts Act of…

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