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Take a look at the fabulous ladies honored:

Teresa Clarke


Shot Caller: Teresa Clarke Chairman and CEO of Africa.com, changing the way the world see the continent of Africa.

Ruby Dee


Living Legend: Ruby Dee Civil Rights activist, actress, writer, producer, and Emmy Award winner during a time when African Americans were rare in Hollywood.

Rev. Dr. Iyanla Vanzant


Motivator: Rev. Dr. Iyanla Vanzant reverend and motivational speaker.

Raven-Symoné


Young, Gifted, and Black: Raven-Symoné entrepreneur, TV producer, singer, and actor all before age 25.

Missy Elliot


Visionary: Missy Elliot rapper & music producer topping charts in a male-dominated industry.

Marcelite J. Harris


Trailblazer: Major General Marcelite J. Harris highest ranking female in the U.S. Air Force of any ethnicity.

Keke Palmer


Who's Got Next: Keke Palmer actress & singer taking the world by storm at age 17.

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i loved it, it is really inspiring to me and other black women in the world and the black girls who showed that natural hair can be beautiful is really amazing. black women can really rock lets ban together and show our own communities that we can rock too. you dont have to be rich or famous to rock you can rock in your community it all starts with you.

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