3rd Anniversary prize winners | Your second chance to enter to win

It is our pleasure to the announce the initial three winners from the Women of the African Diaspora website 3rd Anniversary celebration:
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Yvette Jarvis: Website, domain name and hosting from Jumbo Servers
Nomusa Madlala: “Knocked Down By Faith” by Adrienne Mynatt
Minna Salami: Uncaged Birds radio interview from Trina Roach

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You can also be a winner. Here is your second chance! Send the answer to the question:
What does WAD stand for?
to sandra@blackwomenineurope.com by 4 December 2010 and let her know if you want to win:
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| Books: |
Secrets of Kept Women” by Shani Greene-Dowdell (US resident)
Reflections of Light for Daily Living” by Dr. Tiffany Brown (US resident)
1 of 5 copies of “This Far By Faith“, a faith anthology by Arnita Fields (no geographical limitation)
1 of 2 copies of “When Light Breaks Through” by Melanie Carter (no geographical limitation)
Behind Those Hills” by M.H.A. Menondji (no geographical limitation)
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| Smart phone application: |
Reflections of Light for Daily Living by Dr. Tiffany Brown (no geographical limitation)
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| Mug: |
“So Blessed” from Good News Distributors (US resident)
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| Food: |
Twee culinaire arrangementen voor twee personen op locatie bij màrshé Breda. De winnaars kunnen kiezen uit de diverse dagschotels from Marshe Breda (the Netherlands)
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| Coaching: |
Een gratis coaching sessie voor een twee (startende) onderneemster bij Màrshé Women Business centre from Marshe Breda (the Netherlands)
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| Hair care: |
72 euro gift package along with an individualized hair plan from Mariposa Imports (anywhere outside North America)
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Be sure you live within our sponsors region so they can deliver your prize, and good luck!

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3rd Anniversary contest to thank you for supporting the Women of the African Diaspora (WAD) Website

Whether you have been with us for 3 years or are a recent reader, Sandra and I appreciate your support of the Women of the African Diaspora website, Facebook group and Facebook page. WAD was created to inspire black women around the world by highlighting our up and coming writers, artists, entrepreneurs, as well as sharing relevant news.

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Our anniversary sponsors have made it possible to reward you for your loyalty delivering the following gifts to you. All of our readers have a chance to win. Where you live will determine your eligibility. Please note geographical delivery restrictions in parenthesis.

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| Books: |
Secrets of Kept Women” by Shani Greene-Dowdell (US resident)
Reflections of Light for Daily Living” by Dr. Tiffany Brown (US resident)
Knocked Down by Life, Lifted Up by Faith” by Adrienne Mynatt with companion CD and t-shirt (no geographical limitation)
1 of 5 copies of “This Far By Faith“, a faith anthology by Arnita Fields (no geographical limitation)
1 of 2 copies of “When Light Breaks Through” by Melanie Carter (no geographical limitation)
Behind Those Hills” by M.H.A. Menondji (no geographical limitation)

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| Smart phone application: |
Reflections of Light for Daily Living by Dr. Tiffany Brown (no geographical limitation)

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| Mug: |
“So Blessed” from Good News Distributors (US resident)

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| Food: |
Twee culinaire arrangementen voor twee personen op locatie bij màrshé Breda. De winnaars kunnen kiezen uit de diverse dagschotels from Marshe Breda (the Netherlands)

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| Coaching: |
Een gratis coaching sessie voor een twee (startende) onderneemster bij Màrshé Women Business centre from Marshe Breda (the Netherlands)

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| Website, domain name and hosting: |
A basic web site (10 pages), a domain name (for example www.yourname.com), but not country domains e.g .nl or.de.; the general names like .com .net) and web hosting for one year from Jumbo Servers (no geographical limitation)

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| Hair care: |
72 euro gift package along with an individualized hair plan from Mariposa Imports (anywhere outside North America)

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| Radio interview: |
Become a special guest on the Uncaged Birds™ Radio Show! Uncaged Birds™ is a knowledge, confidence, and skill-building personal development radio series created by Trina Roach, especially for women of African descent living and working in Europe. One lucky woman will win an exclusive 60 minute interview in early 2011. Are you a black woman with your own business or product; expat who wants to share your experience living in another country; who is passionate about a cause with special relevance for the black community or black women as a group? You can talk about your personal passion; be it your business or product, your life as an expat or a special cause near and dear to your heart. NOTE: You will need to call into a phone line to conduct the interview from Uncaged Birds™ (must live in Europe).

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To enter to win answer the following question: What does WAD mean? Send your response and indicate which prize you would like to Sandra@blackwomenineurope.com no later than 27 November 2010. Winners will be chosen in the order in which the replies are received, so don’t delay.

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Send us your contributions, give us your feedback and get inspired.

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Hugs from Rotterdam and Stockholm,
Sandra and Adrianne

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3rd Anniversary for Women of the African Diaspora Website

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Facebook Fan Page and Group Boasts Over 1,000 Members Around the World.
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Rotterdam, NL/Stockholm, SWE – Women of the African Diaspora (WAD) website (http://www.WomenOfTheAfricanDiaspora.com) turns three on 1 November 2010 and is celebrating with gifts for its readers and members. The website, Facebook Fan page, and Facebook group, which celebrates black women, has visitors and members from across the globe.
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I always wanted the Women of the African Diaspora website to more than a website, but to also be a community,” says Sandra Rafaela, Women of the African Diaspora’s co-founder and co-editor. “Moving our social network to Facebook has increased our reach and keeps us on track in terms of maintaining that goal”.
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Women of the African Diaspora website was also created to share relevant news, event notices and showcase a wide range of talented black women including authors, artists, musicians, entrepreneurs, and others. And with black women living on virtually every continent, it certainly has a large and influential market.
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Women of the African Diaspora’s website content strives to shine a positive spotlight on black women that main stream media far too often ignores,” says Adrianne George, Women of the African Diaspora‘s co-founder and co-editor. “While it is true that main stream media generally reports on high profile black women, for example with Forbes naming Michelle Obama the most powerful woman in the word, WAD also highlights the ordinary and extraordinary lives of black women”, she adds. “We continue to be the perfect choice for advertisers who want to reach the important market of black women consumers.”
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The year has been marked with highlights for the Women of the African Diaspora co-editors, with Ms. Rafaela being named H.M. Senior Commissioner EU/ Africa on Women Development and Empowerment within the African Kingdoms Federation (AKF) and Ms. George’s Black Women in Europe blog (http://blog.blackwomenineurope.com) adding to its list of honors by receiving a Sunshine Award. “I can’t believe it has been three years since we launched WAD,” explains George. “We really enjoy meeting accomplished and positive black women while providing them with a unique platform for exposure“.
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Anniversary gifts are provided by authors Dr. Tiffany Brown, Shani Greene-Dowdell, and Good News Distributors. Businesses, with products or services for black women can participate in the anniversary celebrations by purchasing an advertising package for the website and social network at a 20% savings. Contact adrianne@agcommunicationsgroup.com for advertising information.
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Contact: Sandra Rafaela sandra@blackwomenineurope.com
Adrianne George adrianne@blackwomenineurope.com

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