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This Female Oncologist is Championing Quality Healthcare Around the World

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Growing up in the village of Kwanyuswa, South Africa, Dr. Mazibuko made the impossible possible. She became the first in her family to be literate. “I was the first indigenous black to enter the field of radiation Oncology in KZN, South Africa and I was called a monkey that didn’t deserve an education,” said Dr. Mazibuko.

Nicholas Buamah is the 8-Year-Old Ghanaian Author Whose Book Was Accepted Into The Library of Congress

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Nicholas Buamah at 8 years old and just over 4ft tall is a titan in his own right. Born to Ghanaian parents, Danielle and Dominic Buamah, he is well on his way to prodigy status. Like most children his age Nicholas loves sports and superheroes but his life has a bit of a twist. While his schoolmates are grappling with 2nd grade coursework he is going to book signings and meeting fans.

Ashley Williams Receives Her Master’s Degree and Law Degree in the Same Week

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Reminiscing on her law school journey, Ashley says it was not easy. “I faced rejection from schools during two separate admission cycles—Once while I was working at the White House and once while I was in the State Department, but I was determined to go.” It was not until January 2016 that she received a favorable letter from University of Pennsylvania law school and started in the fall of 2016, one year after beginning her Master’s program.

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