Nigeria: 130-Year-Old Harvard Law Review Elects Nigerian As First Black Woman President

ImeIme Umanah
Nigeria: 130-Year-Old Harvard Law Review Elects Nigerian As First Black Woman President First black woman president Harvard law, ImeIme Umana. By Idris Ibrahim A Nigerian, ImeIme Umana, has made history as the first black woman president of the Harvard Law Review, a prestigious legal journal in the United States. Former U.S. President Barack Obama was the first black to be elected president of the Harvard Review in 1990. Ms. Umana, who is of Nigerian descent, but hails from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in the United States, has become the 131st leader of the organization The job is considered the highest student position…
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