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Black GirlsBlack Girls - Providing information about black girls and women all over the world. Details on/about black women, models (Brazilian, bikini, & Ethiopian), "chicks", African women and more.



Pictures, information, models, and links on exotic ebony women, African American female scientists, black women in Hollywood, and African American women managers.


Black Women, Lauryn Hill

Lauryn Hill
Lauryn Hill was the singer for the hip-hop group The Fugees, whose second album, The Score, was a top-seller in 1996. Her cover of the Roberta Flack song "Killing Me Softly", and her appearance in the movie Sister Act 2 thrust her into the limelight. In 1998 Hill's solo musical effort, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill was a critical and popular success, earning 10 Grammy Award nominations.

Hill is married to Rohan Marley, son of reggae legend Bob Marley... On her 1998 single "Everything is Everything", John Legend plays piano.

Black Women, Beyonce Knowles

Beyoncé Knowles
The second featured black women Beyoncé Giselle Knowles (born September 4, 1981 in Houston, Texas) is an African-American R&B singer, actress, and chief songwriter and producer in the group Destiny's Child.

Beyoncé and Destiny's Child toured as an opening act for both Christina Aguilera and TLC before their first album, also called Destiny's Child. The band is managed by her father, Matthew Knowles, who is acknowledged as a strong force in Beyoncé's life.

Black Women, whoopi goldberg

Whoopi Goldberg
The third featured black women Whoopi Goldberg was born Caryn Johnson in New York City and spent the first years of her life in a public housing project in Manhattan. She made her performing debut at age eight with the Helena Rubinstein Children's Theatre at the Hudson Guild. After dropping out of high school, she found work as a summer camp counselor, and in the choruses of the Broadway shows Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar and Pippin.

In 1983 the legendary director Mike Nichols saw her perform and, the following year, presented her on Broadway in a one-woman show of her own creation. The show was an enormous success, and brought her to the attention of Steven Spielberg, who cast her in the leading role in his film of Alice Walker's The Color Purple. Making her film debut in this coveted role instantly established her as one of Hollywood's leading actresses.



Exotic Ebony WomenExotic Ebony - LaNina, also featured on Island Flave is 5'7" and weights 140 pounds LaNina the first of two featured exotic ebony women. As well as linking to Island Flave, we also suggest visiting Temple and LaNina's website.

Black Women InventorsInventors - We also cover African American woman inventor's, Miriam Benjamin, Bessie Blount and Madame C.J. Walker, black women inventors Annie Minerva Turnbo Malone and Valerie Thomas. All very inspiring.

Short Hair Styles for Black WomenShort Hair Styles - Many black women continue to have their hair relaxed or chemically straightened, but what makes the difference for short hair styles for black women is the abundance of styles that accommodate straight textures, some women like short weaves, braids or perms.

Black Women in HollywoodWomen in Hollywood - Aaliyah Haughton, who was born on January 16, 1979 in Brooklyn, New York. Black women in Hollywood, Aaliyah Haughton's name, which means "highest, most exalted one" in Swahili.

African American Women ManagersWomen Managers - Every one loves the idea of working for them selves, running their own company, having workers under them, calling the shots. Statistics show that African American women love the idea. Information on African American women managers.

African American Female ScientistFemale Scientist - In Sep 1992, as a mission specialist aboard the Shuttle Endeavour, Mae became the first African-American woman to enter space. In 1993, African American female scientist Dr. Jemison resigned from NASA and founded the Jemison Group, Inc.

Pictures of Black WomenPictures - Black women swimsuit pictures, Renaissance woman - Maya Angelou, soprano - Leontyne Price and Secretary of State - Condoleezza Rice see information and pictures of black women.

Black Women Poetry WritersPoetry Writers - Now living in Canada, despite encountering racism and rejection, she has emerged as a multicultural and multifaceted poet and black women poetry writers who has left a indelible imprint on the cultural mosaic of Canada.

Black Women in BikinisBikinis - Four featured models Dayana Jamine, Neferteri Shepherd, Royce Lyndsay and Niicole are black women in bikinis. Pictures and information can be viewed on these four models.


The most relevant links we could find, placed here free

Wings Buffalo - Black women, uncrowned queens, history, biographies, organizations, events, links, contact information. wings.buffalo.edu

Jennifer Keitt's Radio Show - Jennifer Keitt's Today Black Woman Radio Show. www.todaysblackwomanradio.com

BWLA - The black women lawyers association website, mission statement, presidents message, join BWLA, upcoming round table, newsletter. www.bwla.org

First TV Drama - Black women in science fiction, less than 9% of Science Fiction television series have a featured black woman as main characters. www.firsttvdrama.com

Beyonce Online - Beyonce, black women, Destinys Child, news, bio, video, music, film, photos, calendar. www.beyonceonline.com

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