About

I was told when I was still in my mother’s womb, they called me Kamala. That is Dravidian, an ancient Black Indian language, meaning “the lotus rising from the mud” and “light-skinned, yet beautifull still”. Nora is what they call me since I came out. It means light.
Today, I hold a Ph.D. in International Law which makes sense since I am born in the month of June and thus I naturally need to participate in the upholding of Ma’at. I recently published my first book Slavery Reparations Time Is Now. Exposing Lies, Claiming Justice for Global Survival. An International Legal Assessment.

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