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    Amelia Earhart Specific purpose: To inform my SPC-112-W003 class on Amelia Earhart’s wonderful accomplishments and life events. Central idea: Amelia Earhart was more than just an aviator she was a record breaker who was full of courage. I. Introduction a. Attention-getter: Amelia purchased her first airplane within six months of having her first flying lesson, which is very unusual because people don’t purchase their first plane until they have completed their lessons. b. Credibility…

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    Speech About Beyonce

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    Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter also known as “The Queen B” has had many opportunities such as being a model, choreographer, entrepreneur, business person, film producer, composer, music producer, singer, songwriter, voice actor, dancer, television producer, music video director, and a music artist. She used all those opportunities to build her character and keep her career flowing. My friend and I look up to her and we always listen to her music. We always say how she encourages us to have more…

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    The Most Famous Woman in Baseball Effa Manley was not only a baseball executive, but also a socialite, a civil rights leader, and a business leader. She was the first female to make it into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Throughout her life, baseball was her life. Effa grew up loving baseball, and so did her husband, Abe Manley. Together, they owned and managed the Newark Eagles, a Negro National League franchise from 1934 to 1948. This movie will follow who Effa Manley was and how she…

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    Oprah Winfrey Role Model

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    community is Oprah Winfrey. Oprah Gail Winfrey was born on January 29,1954, she grew up in a small town of Kosciusko, Mississippi. She is a very influential in many ways like hosting her own television show where she sees peoples’ problems and tries to help them out. Also she not only has her own show but she supports twenty –two charities and foundations. The ever-changing cultures also face many challenges; Oprah supports twenty-four causes and groups.…

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    film, Native Son. During this time, "A.M. Chicago" was retitled "The Oprah Winfrey Show." The newly titled show was scheduled to be broadcast nationally. Oprah was confident that her talk show would be popular, and with it she would be able to help people all around the U.S. With this syndication of her show and her past successes, Oprah was a millionaire by the age of thirty-two. Not only was Oprah 's show becoming more popular and successful, but Oprah was discovering love. Oprah dated…

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    herself, but for many others too. Oprah Winfrey best shows the human spirit because of her fight for the poor and her donations to charities, the challenges she encountered and overcame, and the legacy she established in our world today. Oprah Winfrey’s fight for the poor has led her to be a great example of the human spirit. To begin, Oprah Winfrey spends a lot of time and money on fighting for girls in South Africa. Author Ryan Haggerty shows, “Contributing more than $40 million to build a…

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    have taking over the television spot as daytime talk show host. At the same time, they became the most powerful and inspiring women of our generation. Pioneering women in the entertainment business, as they gained a massive fan base following through their show and social media interactions; therefore, helping inspire more women to step into the career of entertainment. These two individuals are Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah Winfrey, whom at first show a variety of similarities with one another but…

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    of an African American in the United States, it was not the only article she got inspired to write about. The year of 1892 three of Ida's’ friends were sent to be lynched (hanged) by a mob for no legal trial. She started an anti-lynching campaign to show support and compassion towards her friends. “Brave men do not gather by thousands to torture and murder a single individual, so gagged and bound he cannot make even feeble resistance or defense.” In modern text “Brave and compassionate people,…

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    father 's custody, she got her life back together again and eventually became a successful celebrity. The breathing of her life was when she was with her father, while the kicking off shoes and dancing part of her life was when she went on to be a talk show host. As inferred in the metaphor, she did not let the obstacles of her life take over her passions and dreams. This quote relates to her philosophies of life, by showing people, once you get your life under control, anything is possible in…

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    abusive single parent home. At 19 after much persistence landed her first job in radio from there she worked her way up the ladder into television. In 1986 the Oprah Show aired bringing in $125 million the first year. She “gained “ ownership of the program. In 1994 Oprah pledged to keep her show “free of the tabloid topics” as talk shows became increasingly trashy and exploitative. She earned respect of the viewers and was awarded with increasing popularity. Besides the fact that Oprah has…

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