african warrior queens, Ahosi or Mino (Dahomey Amazons)Ahosi, Amanirenas, assata shakur, black female warriors, Blogs, CARLOTA, Dahomey Amazons, harriet tubman, Kaigirwa, kandakes, Mino, Muhumusa, Queen Nanny, Queen Nzinga Mbande, Tarenorerer, Yaa Asantewaa -

5 Fearless Black Female Warriors Throughout History

african warrior queens, Ahosi or Mino (Dahomey Amazons)Ahosi, Amanirenas, assata shakur, black female warriors, Blogs, CARLOTA, Dahomey Amazons, harriet tubman, Kaigirwa, kandakes, Mino, Muhumusa, Queen Nanny, Queen Nzinga Mbande, Tarenorerer, Yaa Asantewaa -

5 Fearless Black Female Warriors Throughout History

Yaa Asantewaa was the queen mother of the Edweso tribe of the Asante (Ashanti) in what is modern Ghana. She was an exceptionally brave fighter who, in March 1900, raised and led an army of thousands against the British colonial forces in Ghana and their efforts to subjugate the Asante and seize the Golden Stool, the Asante nation’s spiritual symbol of unity and sovereignty.


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