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#BBHM Day 19 - MAGGIE LENA WALKER

Maggie Lena Walker was born on July 15, 1864, in Richmond, Virginia. She attended school and graduated in 1883, having been trained as a teacher. She married a brick contractor in 1886 and left her teaching job, at which point she became more active within the Independent Order of St. Luke, an an organization dedicated to the social and financial advancement of African Americans.
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All month long I will feature and highlight the lives and business achievements of some of Americas greatest entrepreneurs.
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{{Day 18: #BBHM - Black Business History Month}}
MEET: Madam C.J. Walker
All month long I will feature and highlight the lives and business achievements of some of Americas greatest entrepreneurs.
PLEASE "LIKE" THIS VIDEO and let me know you are enjoying the series?!? Follow me at ⬇️⬇️⬇️ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blackbusinesshistorymonth/

Twitter: @blackbizhistorymonth

Instagram: @blackbusinesshistorymonth

Madam Walker — who was originally known as Sarah Breedlove — was born just two years after the American Civil War to two newly-freed slaves in Louisiana. The child of two sharecroppers, Walker would eventually turn her life from being an uneducated farm laborer into being one of the twentieth century’s preeminent self-made female black entrepreneurs.
During the 1890s, Walker began to suffer from a scalp ailment that caused the loss of most of her hair. After experimenting with many homemade remedies and store-bought products, Madam Walker claimed to have had a “dream,” in which the cure for her hair loss was “revealed to her.” After moving to Denver, Colorado in 1905 for a sales agent job for Annie Malone, a female hair product developer, Walker founded her own business. It was there that Madam C.J. Walker’s Wonderful Hair Grower was born.
Watch the full video at http://bit.ly/2ogrO5n
For more info, please visit the website at www.BlackBusinessHistoryMonth.com
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User Image colderice Posted: Feb 19, 2018 9:10 AM (UTC)
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{{Day 18: #BBHM - Black Business History Month}}
MEET: Madam C.J. Walker
All month long I will feature and highlight the lives and business achievements of some of Americas greatest entrepreneurs.
PLEASE "LIKE" THIS VIDEO and let me know you are enjoying the series?!? Follow me at ⬇️⬇️⬇️ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blackbusinesshistorymonth/

Twitter: @blackbizhistorymonth

Instagram: @blackbusinesshistorymonth

Madam Walker — who was originally known as Sarah Breedlove — was born just two years after the American Civil War to two newly-freed slaves in Louisiana. The child of two sharecroppers, Walker would eventually turn her life from being an uneducated farm laborer into being one of the twentieth century’s preeminent self-made female black entrepreneurs.
During the 1890s, Walker began to suffer from a scalp ailment that caused the loss of most of her hair. After experimenting with many homemade remedies and store-bought products, Madam Walker claimed to have had a “dream,” in which the cure for her hair loss was “revealed to her.” After moving to Denver, Colorado in 1905 for a sales agent job for Annie Malone, a female hair product developer, Walker founded her own business. It was there that Madam C.J. Walker’s Wonderful Hair Grower was born.
Watch the full video at http://bit.ly/2ogrO5n
For more info, please visit the website at www.BlackBusinessHistoryMonth.com
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#blackculture #africanamerican #blackhair #womenwithlocs #blackqueen #blackconsciousness #blackpower #blackwoman #blackgirlsrock #ebony #blackowned #supportblackbusiness #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory #blackbusiness #blackgirl #blackart #black #blackownedbusiness #blackmen #realblackpower #claimyourcrown #blackroyalty #blackwealth #blackgroupeconomics #powerwealthinfluence #love #february #ancientknowledge
User Image myhealthysmoke Posted: Feb 19, 2018 1:02 AM (UTC)

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