Nigerian girl becomes the first black woman president of Harvard Law Review (photos)


Umana who is a doctorate candidate at Harvard Law School class ’18, has served as chair of the Community Action Committee.

She is also a board member of the Harvard Model Congress Boston and a research assistant at the school’s hip-hop archive at the Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research.

The Harvard Law Review is a great achievement, being the president means she holds the highest position in the school.
Ex-US president, Barack Obama became the first black president of Harvard Law Review in 1990.
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