At 98 years of age, Sensei Keiko Fukuda (the last surviving student of Judo founder Kanō Jigorō) was officially promoted to the rank of 10th dan -the highest black-belt degree in her sport.  She is the first woman to reach the rank & sixteenth person to achieve it since founded in 1882.

Keiko Fukuda, a Trailblazer in Judo, Dies at 99

At 98 years of age, Sensei Keiko Fukuda (the last surviving student of Judo founder Kanō Jigorō) was officially promoted to the rank of 10th dan -the highest black-belt degree in her sport. She is the first woman to reach the rank & sixteenth person to achieve it since founded in 1882.

The More the Pages, the Better the Ranking? - Don't Think So, and Here's Why | #SEO #infographic

The More the Pages, the Better the Ranking? - Don't Think So, and Here's Why | #SEO #infographic

Considering starting a new Paleo or Vegan diet? Check out the rankings of 3 popular diets to choose what's best for you!

Considering starting a new Paleo or Vegan diet? Check out the rankings of 3 popular diets to choose what's best for you!

CMSGT Fred Archer, Tuskegee Airmen, The first African American to earn the rank of Chief Master Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force

CMSGT Fred Archer, Tuskegee Airmen, The first African American to earn the rank of Chief Master Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force

Better World Shopper: dedicated to providing people with a comprehensive, up-to-date, reliable account of the social and environmental responsibility of every company on the planet...

Better World Shopper: dedicated to providing people with a comprehensive, up-to-date, reliable account of the social and environmental responsibility of every company on the planet...

Col. Charles Young was the third African-American to graduate from West Point, the first to attain the rank of colonel, and he was the highest-ranking black officer in the military at the time of his death in 1922.    Read more: http://www.kentucky.com/2010/11/14/1523362/merlene-davis-col-charles-young.html#ixzz1bTbffPax

Col. Charles Young was the third African-American to graduate from West Point, the first to attain the rank of colonel, and he was the highest-ranking black officer in the military at the time of his death in 1922. Read more: http://www.kentucky.com/2010/11/14/1523362/merlene-davis-col-charles-young.html#ixzz1bTbffPax

WILHELM HOSENFELD (German army officer, helped to hide and rescue several Polish Jews in Nazi occupied Poland, most remembered for helping Polish-Jewish pianist and composer Władysław Szpilman to survive, hid in the ruins of Warsaw during the last months of 1944, captured and died in Soviet captivity in 1952 from injuries sustained during torture)

WILHELM HOSENFELD (German army officer, helped to hide and rescue several Polish Jews in Nazi occupied Poland, most remembered for helping Polish-Jewish pianist and composer Władysław Szpilman to survive, hid in the ruins of Warsaw during the last months of 1944, captured and died in Soviet captivity in 1952 from injuries sustained during torture)

Lieutenant Colonel Charles Young. The first African American to attain the rank of Colonel in the United States Army and it's highest ranking African American until the day he died. A true Buffalo Soldier...

Lieutenant Colonel Charles Young. The first African American to attain the rank of Colonel in the United States Army and it's highest ranking African American until the day he died. A true Buffalo Soldier...

Did you write a book, but you're not sure how to get people to notice it? Here are 8 insider tricks from an editor to help you work the Amazon algorithm so your book shoots up the rankings--and finds more readers! Uploaded by user

Did you write a book, but you're not sure how to get people to notice it? Here are 8 insider tricks from an editor to help you work the Amazon algorithm so your book shoots up the rankings--and finds more readers! Uploaded by user

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