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She is IT!

She is IT!

She is Information Technology. This is the #STLBlackWoman way of giving back to her community by educating the black woman with diverse computer skills!
In order to Empower we must invest in a field that will give her the ability to compete worldwide.
So many years have passed since the digital divide and we’re still leaving her children behind.

STLBlackWoman Will Focus On

IT companies

Partnerships

IT certifications

Job placement

The African Royals

STLBlackWoman, we have African Royal blood running in our veins! After over 10 years of DNA testing individuals from St. Louis, Missouri and Akwa Ibom, Nigeria, we have traced ourselves to the village of UYO. We had no clue that we belong to the most prestigious tribe in Nigeria and our King cousin is reigning today! This is a major milestone for the African Americans’ Black history.

This page will be dedicated to helping other African Americans find their living family members in Africa. We will show you our amazing journey along the way! Tears of Love are reuniting our families throughout the Diaspora after being kidnapped and sold hundreds of years ago.

This STL Black Woman has been officiated as your Queen. I can now wear my crown in America and you can call me Queen LaWanda Asuquo-Amaase II.

Is multi-tribal due to slavery. She has found her Royal families in different tribes. It’s her goal to be crowned Queen in every Kingdom whose blood she carries!

Her Royal Bloodline found so far Akwa Ibom Ibibio, (Royal Kingdom) Nigeria Igbo, Fulani, Yoruba, Calabra, Haus South Africa Zulu and Bantu. Congo, Ghana, Mali, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Egypt, Cameroon, Benin, Togo, Ivory Coast, Khoisan, Aka & Mbuti Peoples, Senegal, Sahara, Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Ethiopia, Sudan and Niger.
Born in St. Louis, Missouri she still is 91. 4% African!

Trails of Love is the #STLBlackWoman new business! Help us reunite with our Royal Families in Africa.

Our Royal Father Primus Okon

Please donate to the "She is IT Foundation"

Proof of Enslaved Family Members of Queen LaWanda Asuquo-Amaase II aka LaWanda Little-Brewer

Rosanna (Polyana) Lightner Litener (3rd GGP)
1822–1930
BIRTH SEPTEMBER 1822 • Hickman, Fulton County, Kentucky, United States of America
DEATH 2 JUN 1930 • Cape Girardeau, Missouri, United States
3rd great-grandmother of Queen Asuquo-Amaase Il

Written by Lucy Lightner (2GGP) Brewer
1860–1941
BIRTH 5 SEPTEMBER 1860 • Hickman, Fulton County, Kentucky, United States of America
DEATH 12 APRIL 1941 • Cape Girardeau, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, USA
2nd great-grandmother of Queen Asuquo-Amaase II
DEATH 2 JUN 1930 • Cape Girardeau, Missouri, United States
3rd great-grandmother of Queen Asuquo-Amaase Il

In Congress Books of Records – Source citation for U.S., Interviews with Former Slaves, 1936-1938

Queen Asuquo - Amaase II

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