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Krystal Lara is one of very few Latinas in her class at Stuyvesant High School, and in the pool. She’s backstroking her way toward the Olympics.

From The New York Times:

Her Parents Thought Swimming Lessons Were a Good Idea

Krystal Lara is one of very few Latinas in her class at Stuyvesant High School, and in the pool. She’s backstroking her way toward the Olympics.…

Former Yale swimmer Siphiwe Baleka

Good video about former Yale swimmer Siphiwe Baleka


Naimah Fuller
  • Sarasota, FL
  • United States
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Education Level
Masters, Bachelors, Associates, High School
Aquatic Interest
Boating, Other
More about me:
I am a Media Artist, working on a series of projects I refer to as Ancestral Media-Works. I produce, direct, and photograph my own projects. Currently, I am producing a documentary movie titled HOME - THE GREAT MIGRATION OF THE 21st CENTURY, which features MAYA ANGELOU, MORGAN FREEMAN, DANNY GLOVER, and modern jazz giant TERENCE BLANCHARD, to be release in 2011.

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Posted on October 25, 2011 at 9:04am 0 Comments



Hey everybody, please check out my latest blog post and enjoy.  Love ya'll. ~ Naimah

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At 1:44pm on September 7, 2011, ERROL DUPLESSIS said…
I saw your doc titled "The Great Migration . . ."  Sweet, albeit not related to aquatics.  I have met Dr. Angelou several times.  And of course I know and recognized Dr. Howard Dodson - they are friends. Tell me, what is the urgency to raise funds for your project in the next 14 days?  Just curious!
At 10:42am on July 16, 2011, Jayson Jackson said…
Great interview about your documentary Naimah. Thanks for sharing it with me. Looking forward to seeing it at some point.

At 7:26am on May 17, 2011, ERROL DUPLESSIS said…
Learning to swim is easy.  Once you learn to control breathing, the horizontal body position and buoyancy, you will be able to master any swimming pool. Practice breath control fervently in the shallow end of the pool, and NEVER hold your breath while swimming.  Always breathe, and when you do, you will always be an easy  swimmer.
At 3:57pm on May 15, 2011, Jayson Jackson said…
Very cool. Glad you are here.
At 9:52am on May 15, 2011, Jayson Jackson said…
Thanks for joining Naimah. How did you hear about us?

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