13 Black Children Who Are Geniuses

13 Black Children Who Are Geniuses

I thought it best to go from the babies and move up in age to OMG! So we can all feel the impact. Our children are doing amazing things. Their brain power is nearly off the charts for real!

Adam Kirby

British toddler Adam Kirby was the youngest person to be admitted into the prestigious IQ society MENSA when he was 2 years old. Adam scored 141 on the Stanford-Binet IQ test — a test for young children. Just as a reference point, Albert Einstein and Bill Gates were among the few known adult geniuses to make it into the over-140 IQ category, according to Whatsmyiqscore.com. By age 1, Adam had potty trained himself and spoke French, according to Dailymail.co.uk.

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We have Miss Anala Beevers. A 4-year-old Mensa Member.

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Here is Miss Alease Roberts and she is the youngest member of Mensa at only 2 years old. How in Yahweh’s name do you do that? I am not sure I knew that my sisters were my sisters at that age. They were just always there so you kind of say we belong together, right? The sky is blue, ahhh okay mom if you say so. LOL.

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Then we have Master Romanieo Jr. – he scares me! He’s so smart I had to give him a few videos so you can see how smart he really is. Get ready he’s going to blow your mind. We are going to follow him from 2 and a half years old to today. You better be sitting down for him.

What I love about these videos of Romanieo Jr. is that his dad ain’t no joke either. I don’t have any idea what they are talking about LOL. I have to laugh at myself because, as I tell my wife I am not all that smart but I am full of wisdom. But, anyway, let’s stick to my man Romanieo Jr. now at 3 years old.

Okay you know something is coming, right? It’s time to blow your mind a little more. So what has little Romanieo Jr. been up to today? This was in August 2017. OMG time!

Romanieo Golphin Jr: I Am A Culture Shifter

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Now it time to meet the 10-year-old maths genius who’s just enrolled at the college. (CNN) At first glance, Esther Okade seems like a normal 10-year-old. She loves dressing up as Elsa from “Frozen,” playing with Barbie dolls and going to the park or shopping.

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Mabou Loiseau

Mabou Loiseau could speak seven languages and play six instruments by the time she was 5. When she was 9 in 2015, Mabou was studying college-level algebra according to Npr.org. Her father works two jobs to pay for her tutoring and told NPR he would work 10 jobs if he had to for his daughter’s education. The Loiseau’s live in Queens, New York.

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Master Carson Huey-You is only an 11-Year-Old Genius in College Studying Quantum Physics. At just 11 years old this gifted child genius is already in college studying quantum physics which he says is ‘relaxing’ and ‘fun’.

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IQ Test: Ramarni Wilfred an 11-Year-Old Black Boy From UK Scores Higher Than Einstein

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We also have Master Stephen R. Stafford II enrolled at Atlanta’s Morehouse College when he was 11 years old, but he was already auditing the algebra II class before attending as a full-time student. He triples majored in math, pre-med and computer science and is now on course to become a doctor by the age of 22. He hopes to attend the Morehouse School of Medicine. Stephen said he would like to “help babies come into the world,” according to Stylemagazine.com.

 

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Ginger Howard

Ginger Howard learned to play golf at age 6. Before she was 18, she petitioned the
Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) to let her play in its qualifying tournament, even though she was underage, says Newone.com. At 18, she became the youngest professional black female golfer. In 2014 when Howard was 20, she became the first pro golfer to medal twice at Stage II of the LPGA Qualifying Tournament.

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Peter and Paula Imafidon

British fraternal twins Peter and Paula Imafidon technically do everything together, including becoming the youngest children to enter secondary school and the youngest to pass an A/AS-level math exam. Dubbed “The Wonder Twins,” the duo were offered spots at over 60 top universities when they were just 15,  according to Telegraph.co.uk.

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And then there is a true anomaly! How smart do you have to be to do this?

Jaylen Bledsoe of St. Louis, Missouri, is just 17 years old but he’s been a business owner for over four years. He started Bledsoe Technologies in 2011 with $100 when he was just 13. Today he is a nationally known motivational speaker and business consultant. The 13-year-old offered technology personal services, and within two years had 150 contractors working for him, according to Atlantablackstar.com. His company is valued at nearly $4 million, and he has celebrity clientele like U.S. TV personality Steve Harvey.

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