Black History Month: Nia Abdallah

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Today, we join Member and Sister Rhonda Duhart in recognizing her daughter (former member) Sister Nia Nicole Abdallah who represented her country winning a silver medal in the sport of Taekwondo in 2004 Olympics in Athens Greece.niatribute Becoming the first African-American, Youngest American Female to win a medal in the Olympics in since it became a official sport in 2000. In 2005 Nia was inducted into the Black Belt Hall of Fame in addition in 2007 she receive the highest honor in martial art being inducted into the official Taekwondo Hall of Fame. In 2008 he retired and begins sharing her message Living Like A Champion through “BACHO” she is currently speaking to many schools, businesses, churches and organizations on how to better your life by Living Like A Champion in everyday life
— with NIAUSA, Nia Nicole Abdallah and Niobe

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