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Honoring Kimberly Tapscott-Munson a True Black Magical Woman on this 19th day of February

Kimberly Tapscott-Munson was born March 12,1964 to Patti Walker Tapscott & Benny James Tapscott, Jr. in Oakland, CA. Kimberly grew up in the Bay Area, and in Fresno, CA. during the summers and holiday vacations. Kimberly attended Britton Middle School and Live Oak High School, all located in Morgan Hill, CA. Kimberly studied the Art of Ballet for 10 years and mastered dance en pointe. In 1982…

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Honoring Latasha Jones a True Black Magical Woman on this 20th day of February



LaTasha Jones was born in Los Angeles, CA in a crime infested community that bared street signs that

read, “One way in, no way out.” The many years of LAPD sirens and helicopters echoed throughout her

sleep many nights in fear of who would be killed and/or arrested. Cleary by the age of 6, LaTasha had

already internalized that the ongoing police and ambulance sirens were a sign…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 18, 2020 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Honoring Angela Scott a True Black Magical Woman on this 19th day of February

Angela Scott was born in Los Angeles California January 22, 1978 where she attended Warren Lane elementary school, Markham middle school, and eventually moving to Hanford California to attended Hanford…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 18, 2020 at 1:39pm — No Comments

Honoring Anita Paggett-Washington a True Black Magical Woman on this 18th day of February

Anita Paggett is the Owner of Nitaann’s Edible Creations Home based Bakery. This came about after

she retired from the Postal Service after working there for 22 years. She is a mother of four children

and four grandchildren. Anita’s mother, Annie, realized Anita starting picking up habits of an entrepreneur at an early age.…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 18, 2020 at 9:30am — No Comments

Honoring Julie Valentine a True Black Magical Woman on this 17th day of February

Julie Valentine was born in Berkeley, CA and raised in Oakland, CA. Julie has been a local school bus driver for over 24 years, 15 of those years she was a certified Bus Driver Instructor, training numerous…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 17, 2020 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Honoring Rena Price a True Black Magical Woman on this 28th day of February

Many blessings have laid the groundwork for this moment and it is an honor to be featured in this article. Rena Price mother of three beautiful daughters, 26, 25, and 8. Born in Pasadena California and resident of Fresno California since 1997. Black Magical Women my passion is love, joy, and creating magic within myself, and reflecting it back into others. I have spent the last four years recovering from being disabled. I didn’t know what Black Magic was until I took my journey into healing.…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 17, 2020 at 3:06pm — No Comments

Honoring Karla Kirk a True Black Magical Woman on this 25th day of February

Karla Kirk is an instructor and lead faculty member for the historic African American Studies program at Fresno City College, which began in 1969 with a single course in Black history and has since grown into one of the most comprehensive African American Studies Associates Degree program in the state. The program was led by Kehinde Solwazi for more than 40 years before retiring in 2011. Mrs. Kirk was a student in the Fresno City College African American…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 17, 2020 at 2:42pm — No Comments

Honoring Sonya Williams-Wilson a True Black Magical Woman on this 10th day of February

Owner- MAD ILLUSTRATORS





 Sonya Williams-Wilson was born and raised in Fresno California .   The only child of Albert & Mattie Williams. Sonya attended Hoover High School and University Of Phoenix where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management. 

Sonya opened her First Business at an early age with  her dad Classic Hot Dogs…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 17, 2020 at 1:28pm — No Comments

Honoring Regina Williams a True Black Magical Woman on this 23rd day of February

Regina Williams is an Entrepreneur, Youth Leader, Community Advocate, Spoken Word Artist and Legal Professional. Her Passion for Law and Empowering the Community can be traced back to her early teens where she spent significant amounts of time sitting in the back of Court rooms for a few hours a day to add a bit of excitement in between her bus routes from East Fresno to West Fresno where she grew up.

At 16 she was…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 17, 2020 at 1:02pm — No Comments

Honoring Shantay Davies-Balch a True Black Magical Woman on this 22nd day of February

A population health expert and strategist, Shantay leads statewide maternal and child health equity initiatives to address disparities among Black women and babies with expertise is preterm birth and infant and maternal morbidity and mortality. Her focus is engaging cross-sector stakeholders to build policy, community, and clinical infrastructure.

Shantay graduated Summa Cum Laude from…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 17, 2020 at 12:46pm — No Comments

Honoring Keeza Kwanzi McCoy a True Black Magical Woman on this 16th day of February

Keeza was born and raised in Fresno California, she grew up in a pro black household surrounded by positive black images.  She was raised to love herself, her blackness and her african culture.  She is driven to instill the self-love and self confidence that she grew up having in the Black African youth today. She strives to implement…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 16, 2020 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Honoring Shalita Herod a True Black Magical Woman on this 14th day of February

Shalita is today’s BMW because she has broken down glass ceilings and triumphed all…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 15, 2020 at 12:39pm — No Comments

Honoring Inez Hill a True Black Magical Woman on this 13th day of February

A young and driven jewel to the city of Fresno stands Inez Hill. Born and raised in Southwest

Fresno, Inez has overcome many obstacles and challenges of her childhood that has driven her

passion to serve others. Inez has been a powerful youth leader and mentor to over hundreds of

youth in Fresno for over 5 years and by only being 21…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 15, 2020 at 12:37pm — No Comments

Honoring Garbralle Conroe a True Black Magical Woman on this 15th day of February

       

Mrs. Garbralle Conroe was born and raised in Fresno Ca. Throughout life, she understood the importance of obtaining an education which resulted in obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology and a Master’s of science degree in Clinical Rehabilitation…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 15, 2020 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Honoring Dr. Kizzy Lopez a True Black Magical Woman on this 12th day of February

Dr. Lopez was born in Lemoore, CA and has lived most of her life in the Central Valley. She says that the greatest joy in her life is her family. She has been happily married for 20 years to her best friend, Carlos Lopez. Together, they have two beautiful children Tyrell and Amaya. Dr. Lopez also states that the love and support of her…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 12, 2020 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Honoring Elisha Henderson a True Black Magical Woman on this 11th day of February

Elisha Henderson is a Mother, Entrepreneur, Community Advocate for the African American Community as well as a Health and Wellness Coach for our Veterans at the VA Hospital. Originally from the Bay Area, Elisha came to Fresno to attend California State University, Fresno. She graduated with a B.S.…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 11, 2020 at 12:34pm — No Comments

Honoring Tiffany Binion-Mangum a True Black Magical Woman on this 10th day of February

Tiffany Binion Mangum was born and raised in Fresno, California, to her parents, Dr. Paul and Valarie Binion. She was an extremely gifted student during her formative years, attending Roosevelt High School of the Arts, following her…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 10, 2020 at 8:15pm — No Comments

Honoring Tanisha Sorrell a True Black Magical Woman on this 9th day of February

Religion Without humanity, is very poor human stuff – Sojourner Truth

Tanisha has dedicated her magic to the west Fresno community &  grassroots’ organizations representing millennials with political aspirations & a desire to…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 9, 2020 at 3:45pm — No Comments

Honoring Laneesha Senegal a True Black Magical Woman on this 8th day of February

In 2012 Helping Others Pursue Excellence was founded.  H.O.P.E. is a 501C3 non-profit vocational training and entrepreneurship program.….…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 8, 2020 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Honoring Lisa Nichols a True Black Magical Woman on this 4rd day of February

Lisa Nichols was born in Daly City, CA and moved to Fresno at the age of three. She graduated from Hoover High School in 1991. Lisa is the first in her family to receive a college degree. She received her Bachelor of Arts and Master’s Degree in Social Work from California…

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Added by Adrian Harris on February 7, 2020 at 8:26pm — No Comments

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