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Sheila Johnson 1st Black American female billionaire in 2001

Bow Down! 65 Boundary-Breaking Black Women Who Have Paved the Way

Sheila Johnson - Born: January 1949 (age African American female billionaire entrepreneur who co-founded Black Entertainment Television (BET) in 1979 and is part-owner of the three sports teams in the NHL, NBA and the WNBA.

Ann Claire Williams is a Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. She is the third woman of color to serve on any United States Court of Appeals.and is still the youngest woman of color ever appointed to a federal judgeship.

Ann Claire Williams is a Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. She is the third woman of color to serve on any United States Court of Appeals.and is still the youngest woman of color ever appointed to a federal judgeship.

Wer wird Millionär?: Pöbelnde Lehrer, oberschlaue Schüler - Jauch musste leiden!

Wer wird Millionär?: Pöbelnde Lehrer, oberschlaue Schüler - Jauch musste leiden!

Felecia Hatcher, Chief Popsicle – Feverish Ice Cream and Gourmet Pops – Felecia is the author of How to Start a Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget, and the C Students Guide to Scholarships, a social entrepreneur and the Chief Popsicle of Feverish Ice Cream & Gourmet Pops. Before launching Feverish, Felecia worked as a experiential marketing manager for Nintendo, Sony, Wells Fargo and the WNBA.  http://www.womenofpowersummit.com/#speakers

Felecia Hatcher, Chief Popsicle – Feverish Ice Cream and Gourmet Pops – Felecia is the author of How to Start a Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget, and the C Students Guide to Scholarships, a social entrepreneur and the Chief Popsicle of Feverish Ice Cream & Gourmet Pops. Before launching Feverish, Felecia worked as a experiential marketing manager for Nintendo, Sony, Wells Fargo and the WNBA. http://www.womenofpowersummit.com/#speakers

Barbara Jordan

Barbara Charline Jordan (February 1936 – January was an American politician and a leader of the Civil Rights movement

Eunice Kennedy Shriver

Eunice Shriver, sister of John F. Kennedy, was a powerful advocate for children's health and was a founder of the Special Olympics.

Noura Al Kaabi, one of the 100 Most Powerful Arab Women, CEO of twofour54.  “If you want to enrich the culture, you simply engage the youth,

Noura Al Kaabi, one of the 100 Most Powerful Arab Women, CEO of “If you want to enrich the culture, you simply engage the youth,

Diana Nammi: b. approx. 1970(?); Diana Nammi is founder of the Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organization, a charity group dedicated to helping Middle Eastern women and girls living in the U.K. escape honor violence, forced marriage, genital mutilation, and domestic abuse.  Nammi’s organization has worked with thousands of women and girls abused by their families or husbands, who often attempt to justify their mistreatment by referencing religion or culture.

'Honour crime figures far darker'

Diana Nammi, from the Iranian and Kurdish Women's Rights Organisation, discusses figures on so-called honour attacks in the UK.

Dudley W. Woodard (October 3, 1881 - July 1, 1928) taught mathematics at Tuskegee, Wilburforce, and Howard, where he was Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, created the graduate program in mathematics, and established a math library in 1929. Despite living in the Jim Crow Era, he moved into an all-white neighborhood, often ignored the "colored" signs and visited any men's room of his choice, and used the phrase "black is beautiful" as early as the 1930's.

Prominent Professor, Dudley W. He taught at a plethora of Historically Black Colleges and Universities and often ignored "Colored Only" signs. He also used the phrase, "Black is Beautiful" as early as the

Gabrielle Giffords - I admire her courage.

'Enough,' Says Giffords As She Launches Campaign For New Gun Laws

Gabrielle Giffords - I admire her courage.

In the 1960s, Bella Abzug helped organize the Women Strike for Peace and the National Women’s Political Caucus. Seeking to make a greater impact, she later won a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives where she advocated for women’s rights

Bella Abzug was a women's rights leader and the first Jewish woman to be elected to Congress.

Sheila Johnson 1st Black American female billionaire in 2001

Sheila Johnson - Born: January 1949 (age African American female billionaire entrepreneur who co-founded Black Entertainment Television (BET) in 1979 and is part-owner of the three sports teams in the NHL, NBA and the WNBA.

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