In 1987 Diane Abbott made history by becoming the first black woman ever elected to the British Parliament. She has since built a distinguished career as a parliamentarian, broadcaster and commentator. Visit the MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington’s site.
Nyamko Ana Sabuni (born 31 March 1969) is the Swedish Minister for Integration and Gender Equality. A member of the Liberal People’s Party, Sabuni has been a member of the Riksdag (Parliament) since 2002 and a member of the party board since 2004.
As an opposition politician, Sabuni proposed banning the veil for girls under the age of 15. She proposed that schoolgirls undergo compulsory medical examinations to check for evidence of genital mutilation. She denounced what she called the “honor culture” of some immigrant groups, proposed outlawing arranged marriages and called for an end to state funding of religious schools.
Sources: IHT, Wikipedia
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This sister is turning heads in Germany:
Celeste Blackwell knows a strong black woman, originally from Nigeria, who has been running her own salon alone in Hamburg, going on three years now. She is very experienced and does everybody’s hair – from children to seniors black and white. Celeste is working on an english version of her site very soon –
If you know of anyone coming to Hamburg on business or otherwise – Gladys Otovoh at Heads-united might be a good stop for getting hair done. Here is the link to her website.
So now, ladies and gentlemen, live from Somalia and the Netherlands! Give it up for new-to-Washington Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Muslim heretic, self-proclaimed “Infidel,” whose memoir by that name is at No. 7 on the New York Times bestseller list! She was elected to the Dutch parliament, but resigned in a scandal that brought down the ruling party. Read more about Ayaan Hirsi Ali here.
Source: The Washington Post
Leila Negra / Marie Nejar 1952: 1st Black German Female Performer
Marie Nejar who was known as “Leila Negra,” was perhaps the first post war African-German to follow the footsteps of Josephine Baker, as a “media spectacle.” She was born in 1930 in Germany and survived through luck and help by some well meaning persons the nationalsocialist genocidal German catastropy. Read Marie’s story.