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Black Boy Scores Higher On IQ Test Than Bill Gates & Albert Einstein

 

 

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At age 11, Ramarni Wilfred was one of the smartest kids in his class. Black Doctorreports that this young man years ago took an IQ test that consisted of analytical thinking, mathematics as well as spatial recognition and scored higher than Bill Gates and Albert Einstein. Wilfred scored 162 and put him in the top 1% in the UK.

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When he was young his favorite book was an encyclopedia and that’s when his mother knew her child was gifted. His school wanted him to move up, but she wanted him around kids his age. People ask her how did she raise him and her response is, “My answer has been: I wish there was a secret, in which case I would gladly share it but honestly, it’s all him. He has always been very articulate and studios with an intense thirst for knowledge. He has never been interested in playing in the streets; favoring books over ball games. The same is true of my daughter who at 20yrs old, graduated from university with a B.S. in Psychology.”

 

His mother was always encouraging him and supported all of his interests. Growing up she exposed him to new experiences that molded him into the young man he is today. She mentioned despite him being so smart he is still very much like many boys today.

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- be a mother who does whatever is necessary to protect her child
- teach
- be a healer
- represent the continuity of Afrikan people
- represent the stability of the Afrikan family
- maintain and pass on Afrikan culture
- organize and direct the Afrikan market, enabling our people to understand thespirit of economic exchange and distribution of our resources
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Taylor Moxey, 8-Year Old Pastry Chef Runs Successful Bakery

Taylor Moxey, 8-Year Old Pastry Chef Runs Successful Bakery

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taylor moxeyLike most young girls her age, Taylor Moxey, 8, spends her days learning at school, going to dance class and doing her chores.

But unlike her friends, Taylor is the head chef of a booming baking business.

What began as a way for Taylor to make extra money for a toy has evolved into a successful confectionery company out of her parents’ Miami home kitchen that is earning her big-name clients and her very own billboard.

It all started with a Sunday trip to Target when Taylor asked her parents for a toy.

“I told her, ‘You know what? Find a way to get the money,’” Vernon Moxey, Taylor’s dad, told TODAY.com. “She asked, ‘Can I sell cookies?'”

Moxey, who works as an etiquette consultant but says he was at one point homeless, decided to use this as a life lesson to teach Taylor about being self-sufficient. They wrote out a business agreement on a napkin and Moxey gave Taylor $40 as a loan. Taylor used that money to whip up cookies and brownies, which she then took to church that Sunday to sell after the service.

“Honestly, I didn’t think she would make $40 back,” Moxey said. Taylor ended up making more than enough to pay her dad back and cover the toy. She walked away with $175.

Soon after, people from the congregation began calling Taylor asking her to bring her cookies back again. She also entered the KISS Country Midtown Miami Cornbread Competition, where, after competing against adults, she won first place — a $250 prize, a billboard and a reputation as one of the town’s top bakers.

“Everything went bonkers,” Moxey said, adding that his daughter’s clients include former Miami Heat player Joel Anthony and HGTV designer Bobby Berg. “Suddenly I’m taking orders for Taylor’s Cookies and Cupcakes.”

For Taylor, it seems that the business is more fun than hard work.

“I think baking is mostly my passion,” she said. “You get to take your recipe and different people’s recipes and add different things to them.” She’s hoping to host a party this summer, serving cupcakes with palm trees on the frosting.

Taylor credits Martha Stewart among her inspirations. She not only makes the baked goods out of her parents’ kitchen, but she also creates a custom box for each customer, made with stickers, markers and other handmade decorations.

“It’s almost nostalgic,” Moxey said. “She takes time to color it, put stickers on it. People say they made them feel like a kid again.”

While Taylor has made nearly $10,000 so far, she donates 30 percent of her proceeds to raise dyslexia awareness, a learning disorder that her dad has.

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- be life affirming
- be in partnership with an Afrikan man
- be a political organizer
- function as part of a collective
- exert influence
- speak for the Ancestors
- be an advocate for Afrika
- be a mother who does whatever is necessary to protect her child
- teach
- be a healer
- represent the continuity of Afrikan people
- represent the stability of the Afrikan family
- maintain and pass on Afrikan culture
- organize and direct the Afrikan market, enabling our people to understand thespirit of economic exchange and distribution of our resources
- be a scientist of the sacred
- be an intellectual
- be Divine
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To Be AnAfrikan Woman is to:
- be life affirming
- be in partnership with an Afrikan man
- be a political organizer
- function as part of a collective
- exert influence
- speak for the Ancestors
- be an advocate for Afrika
- be a mother who does whatever is necessary to protect her child
- teach
- be a healer
- represent the continuity of Afrikan people
- represent the stability of the Afrikan family
- maintain and pass on Afrikan culture
- organize and direct the Afrikan market, enabling our people to understand thespirit of economic exchange and distribution of our resources
- be a scientist of the sacred
- be an intellectual
- be Divine
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To Be AnAfrikan Woman is to:
- be life affirming
- be in partnership with an Afrikan man
- be a political organizer
- function as part of a collective
- exert influence
- speak for the Ancestors
- be an advocate for Afrika
- be a mother who does whatever is necessary to protect her child
- teach
- be a healer
- represent the continuity of Afrikan people
- represent the stability of the Afrikan family
- maintain and pass on Afrikan culture
- organize and direct the Afrikan market, enabling our people to understand thespirit of economic exchange and distribution of our resources
- be a scientist of the sacred
- be an intellectual
- be Divine
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Thessalonika Arzu-Embry

Thessalonika Arzu-Embry graduated from college with a 3.9 GPA and a degree in psychology at 14 years old. The young prodigy plans to further her education with a graduate degree in clinical psychology at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science or Stanford University before opening a clinic with her mother.

To Be AnAfrikan Woman is to:
- be life affirming
- be in partnership with an Afrikan man
- be a political organizer
- function as part of a collective
- exert influence
- speak for the Ancestors
- be an advocate for Afrika
- be a mother who does whatever is necessary to protect her child
- teach
- be a healer
- represent the continuity of Afrikan people
- represent the stability of the Afrikan family
- maintain and pass on Afrikan culture
- organize and direct the Afrikan market, enabling our people to understand thespirit of economic exchange and distribution of our resources
- be a scientist of the sacred
- be an intellectual
- be Divine
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Cory Nieves

At 10 years old, Cory Nieves is CEO and head of distribution for Mr. Cory’s Cookies — his homemade cookies without preservatives. Cory has since moved out of his mother’s kitchen into a commercial space to bake his desserts. He sells a thousand cookies a weekend at about $1 a piece.

To Be AnAfrikan Woman is to:
- be life affirming
- be in partnership with an Afrikan man
- be a political organizer
- function as part of a collective
- exert influence
- speak for the Ancestors
- be an advocate for Afrika
- be a mother who does whatever is necessary to protect her child
- teach
- be a healer
- represent the continuity of Afrikan people
- represent the stability of the Afrikan family
- maintain and pass on Afrikan culture
- organize and direct the Afrikan market, enabling our people to understand thespirit of economic exchange and distribution of our resources
- be a scientist of the sacred
- be an intellectual
- be Divine
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Donovan Smith

Donovan Smith, 11, is already an entrepreneur and a humanitarian. He started his own soap business and donated the proceeds to the same organization that helped him and his mother find a home.

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To Be AnAfrikan Woman is to:
- be life affirming
- be in partnership with an Afrikan man
- be a political organizer
- function as part of a collective
- exert influence
- speak for the Ancestors
- be an advocate for Afrika
- be a mother who does whatever is necessary to protect her child
- teach
- be a healer
- represent the continuity of Afrikan people
- represent the stability of the Afrikan family
- maintain and pass on Afrikan culture
- organize and direct the Afrikan market, enabling our people to understand thespirit of economic exchange and distribution of our resources
- be a scientist of the sacred
- be an intellectual
- be Divine
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To Be AnAfrikan Woman is to:
- be life affirming
- be in partnership with an Afrikan man
- be a political organizer
- function as part of a collective
- exert influence
- speak for the Ancestors
- be an advocate for Afrika
- be a mother who does whatever is necessary to protect her child
- teach
- be a healer
- represent the continuity of Afrikan people
- represent the stability of the Afrikan family
- maintain and pass on Afrikan culture
- organize and direct the Afrikan market, enabling our people to understand thespirit of economic exchange and distribution of our resources
- be a scientist of the sacred
- be an intellectual
- be Divine
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Egypt Ufele, 10
 
After being bullied because of her size, Egypt Ufele decided to channel the negativity she was receiving into something positive. So Egypt learned to sew and design clothes. In February, she debuted her clothing line for all sizes, Chubiiline, at New York Fashion Week. 

To Be AnAfrikan Woman is to:
- be life affirming
- be in partnership with an Afrikan man
- be a political organizer
- function as part of a collective
- exert influence
- speak for the Ancestors
- be an advocate for Afrika
- be a mother who does whatever is necessary to protect her child
- teach
- be a healer
- represent the continuity of Afrikan people
- represent the stability of the Afrikan family
- maintain and pass on Afrikan culture
- organize and direct the Afrikan market, enabling our people to understand thespirit of economic exchange and distribution of our resources
- be a scientist of the sacred
- be an intellectual
- be Divine
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Nyeeam Hudson, 11
 
Nyeeam “King Nahh” Hudson spreads the message of self-love and confidence to his peers and their parents through his powerful motivational speeches. With more than 75,000 followers on Instagram, Nyeeam offers advice on how to deal with bullies and encourages others to value education.
 

To Be AnAfrikan Woman is to:
- be life affirming
- be in partnership with an Afrikan man
- be a political organizer
- function as part of a collective
- exert influence
- speak for the Ancestors
- be an advocate for Afrika
- be a mother who does whatever is necessary to protect her child
- teach
- be a healer
- represent the continuity of Afrikan people
- represent the stability of the Afrikan family
- maintain and pass on Afrikan culture
- organize and direct the Afrikan market, enabling our people to understand thespirit of economic exchange and distribution of our resources
- be a scientist of the sacred
- be an intellectual
- be Divine
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13 & 15 Yrs Old, Nigerian Brothers Built Mobile Web Browsering Alternative To Google Chrome

13 & 15 Yrs Old, Nigerian Brothers Built Mobile Web Browsering Alternative To Google Chrome

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They say necessity is the mother of invention and this is sure the case when it comes to 13 and 15 year old, Nigerian brothers Anesi and Osine Ikhianosime. Their necessity is their need for a faster mobile web browsing experience…because who wants to wait a few extra seconds for Google Chrome to load when you can build a better browser?

The dynamic coding duo are your ordinary African teenagers. They attend school in Greensprings school, Anthony Campus, Lagos. They love their friends, soccer, to have fun and coding, obviously.

mobile web browserThe young problem solvers got tired of waiting for Google Chrome to load on their mobile phones, so decided to do something about it instead of complain. They decided to build a better mobile browser last year and called it Crocodile Browser Lite. It is currently live and ready for your download in the Google Play store right now.

Raised by parents who believe education and technology is very important to the lives of all, they were raised with high aspirations in mind. Their mother says they were able to use the computer before they know how to read and have always been fascinated with technology, creating, building and solving problems.

By the age of 7 & 9, the duo knew they wanted to start their own technology company. Inspired by Microsoft Windows platform,

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By the age of 7 & 9, the duo knew they wanted to start their own technology company. Inspired by Microsoft Windows platform, they decided to name their company “Doors”. However, later they discovered that the name was taken, so they changed it to Blu Doors”, which is still the current name of the company.

At the ages of 12 and 14, they decided to take on the task of learning how to code. They taught themselves, but had much encouragement, inspiration and access to computers from their school. They did take advantage of free resources. “I learnt to code by myself. I startede in 2013, I used sites  like Code Academy, Code Avenger and books like ‘Android for Game Development’ and ‘Games for Dummies,” said Anesi.

The plan to create a better browser for low end featured phones is one that is needed for the developing world. While Chrome and other browsers work great on high end smart phones, the majority of the world are not using this technology and need a low-end option that still provides quick browers response, so this is what the young men did. They built a better mouse trap for the phones they were using.

Crocodile Browser Lite 3.0 will be available this year in the Google Play store and something you should check out to give the young people support. They currently have over 500 downloads of their browser, but hoping to see it grow in the near future.

Their future plans are to attend MIT in the United States because they feel the educational opportunities, resources and access to technology are exactly what they need to positively impact the future as then intend.

Hats off to these young men and their family!

To Be AnAfrikan Woman is to:
- be life affirming
- be in partnership with an Afrikan man
- be a political organizer
- function as part of a collective
- exert influence
- speak for the Ancestors
- be an advocate for Afrika
- be a mother who does whatever is necessary to protect her child
- teach
- be a healer
- represent the continuity of Afrikan people
- represent the stability of the Afrikan family
- maintain and pass on Afrikan culture
- organize and direct the Afrikan market, enabling our people to understand thespirit of economic exchange and distribution of our resources
- be a scientist of the sacred
- be an intellectual
- be Divine
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