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Madam C.J Walker
"I want you to understand that your first duty is to humanity. I want others to look at us and see that we care not just about ourselves but about others."
It's pretty hard for the Lord to guide you if you haven't made up your mind which way to go"
"I am not satisfied in making money for myself. I Endeavor to provide employment for hundreds of the women of my race."
Madam C.J. Walker was the first women to specialize in hair for African American people. She was the first women to become a self made millionaire. Her original name was Sarah Breedlove and she was born on December 23, 1867.
When C.J. was a child she suffered hair loss and she wanted to fix that, she invented a line of African-American hair care products in 1905. She traveled world wide to sell her products. She made a lot of money by leaving her home to pursue what she loved doing. That paid off once she realized she was the first African-American women to become a self-made millionaire.
C.J was very important back in the 1900's. Without Walker inventing her hair products the African-American people would have probably lost their hair and they could have gotten sick because there head would be exposed to the cold air and that means more people would die.
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