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khubaka, michael harris
California Women's History Month ends today with a special Easter Sunday message throughout the land. A magical, midnight thunderstorm marked a needed Spring 2013 rain. California, named after Queen Califia of African ancestry, continues to provide unique benefits and challenges to the United States of America. The eighth largest economy in the world is blessed with a bountiful abundance of resources and services. Slavery in California, in context of a broader multi-ethnic, multi-cultural legacy will be told. A singular focus and subject of the contibutions by people of African ancestry is finally on the world stage as part of the 50th Anniversary of the African Union and 150th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation.
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