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Did you know “California” is named after Black women? The name "California" first state name documented means in short: a Terrestrial Paradise, golden island of powerful, beautiful, courageous and hard-working Black women Amazons, only, with gold weapons and griffins. Queen Calafía, ruler of California, is: 1) the real Wonder Woman, 2) an African/Black woman, and 3) the namesake of the State of California! Making "California" the oldest state name in the USA! This Black history is American history. It is something to be proud about. Slay Queens and Kings!
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Who is the Black Queen Calafia? Educate yourself and those around you about California's rich and melanated history by reading the book! Email your receipt to email@example.com to get your scepter pen (put in subject line) while supplies last! Recall, the pen is mightier than the sword.
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First sentence with name “California” in Spanish
“Sabed que a la diestra mano de las Indias existe una isla llamada California muy cerca de un costado del Paraíso Terrenal; y estaba poblada por mujeres negras, sin que existiera allí un hombre, pues vivían a la manera de las amazonas. Eran de bellos y robustos cuerpos, fogoso valor y gran fuerza. Su isla era la más fuerte de todo el mundo, con sus escarpados farallones y sus pétreas costas….Source: AFRO article See Book for more.
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The Wonder Woman music below is the copyright of Rupert Gregson-Williams. It was released on June 2, 2017, by WaterTower Music and is being used under the Fair Use Doctrine.