10 Black Women Who've Made History in 2014

10 Black Women Who’ve Made History in 2014

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Keke Palmer

Many may credit Keke Palmer’s role in “Akeelah and the Bee” as her claim to fame, but the young entertainer and entrepreneur is proving that she knows how to do way more than just win a spelling bee.

At 20 years-old, Palmer has her own BET show called “Just Keke,” making her the youngest talk show host in television history. And as if that wasn’t enough, Palmer has just made history again as the first black woman to play Cinderella on Broadway. Talk about hustling hard!