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Ethiopian computer scientist Rediet Abebe will become the first Black woman to earn a Ph.D. in Computer Science at Cornell University.
Ethiopian international supermodel Liya Kebede created the lemlem Foundation to address the maternal health crisis in Africa.
Today, if you drive around any major sub-Saharan city you’ll find the Obama family on posters, framed newspaper clippings in barbershops and 6-foot paintings sold on the roadside. But expectations of his how his tenure would translate to policy as multifaceted as the continent itself.
As president, Barack Obama traveled to over 51 countries. He has cemented his foreign relations legacy through his choice of official travel.
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