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Queen of Sheba

sultry Biblical queen who visits Solomon. [O.T.: I Kings 10]
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Makeda, who goes to Shorefields Comprehensive school, Dingle, said: "It was a really good day.
In fact, I could not help but note how much of what the Oxford Companion includes and classifies was at some point funded or promoted by the Program, not only in the ethnic specific theme sections where one would expect to find them, but under "Anthologies in English", where in a listing of recent works some 80 percent were so funded, (18) or under "Lesbian literature" where one can find Shani Mootoo's Cereus Blooms at Night, as well as works by Suniti Namjoshi or Makeda Silvera; or under "Multicultural Writing in French" with reference to Denise Helly and Anne Vassal's Ronianciers Immigres: biographies et oeuvres publiees au Quebec 1970-1990.
Kitts: Makeda, a school principal, and four classroom teachers, Ese, Inez, Rita and Viv.
(43) Patricia Daenzer, Regulating Class Privilege: Immigrant Servants in Canada, 1940s-1990s (Toronto 1993); Makeda Silvera, Silenced: Makeda Silvera talks to working class West Indian women about their lives and struggle as domestic workers in Canada (Toronto 1983); Barber, Immigrant Domestic Servants, 24-5; Vic Satchewich, Racism and the Incorporation of Foreign Labour: Farm Labour Migration to Canada since 1945 (London 1991).
Carmichael and South African singer Miriam Makeda divorced in 1978.
The court on Tuesday ordered Olympic High school to re-admit 'rasta girl' Makeda Ndida in Form One with immediate effect pending the judgement of her case.
Makeda, also 38, was diagnosed last August but died on July 29 following emergency surgery.
Nigel Thomas, George Elliott Clarke, David Odhiambo, Makeda Silvera, and recently Austin Clarke.
Where are the other important anthologies such as Makeda Silvera's The Other Woman: Women of Colour in Contemporary Canadian Literature (1994), George Elliott Clarke's Eyeing the North Star (1997), or Marisa De Franceschi's Pillars of Lace (1998)?
Makeda Silvera, in one of the few articles written by a Black woman, writes about the pain of rejection by parts of the Black community when she came out as a lesbian.
Coutee, when they learned she was expecting their daughter, Makeda I.