African American History Month
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''Great Leaders never accept the world as it was and always work for the world as it should be."-Condoleezza Rice
George W. Bush appointed Condoleezza Rice in 2001 as security adviser. This was a special time because she was the first African American to have this position. In 2005 she took office as Secretary of State , being the first African American women in office. She now works at Standford University as a political science professor.
Secretary of State
Former 66th Secretary of State (FIrst African American Woman) She Studied at University of Denver. Born in Birmingham, Alabama (November 14, 1954) She has a diploma in political science . Her name means the sweetness in Italian.
Condoleezza Rice has accomplished many things in her life. She is the first African American women as Secretary of State. She is big with her words because she convinced President Bush to put American Government in the Middle East. She has also been hired by Stanford one of the top school in the USA. With her experience she has beat the record for traveling to over 83 countries.
Condoleeza Rice inspired many African American women to become leaders just like her. Her main job is to teach people to speak up because when she has an opinion she says it. Condoleezza Rice did the best at her job as Secretary of State. She was also our nation's first African American women as a security adviser, and a very successful politician.
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