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    Madam Jj Walker Biography

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    the status of African American people. Walker organized clubs and conventions which recognized her amazing sales and educational efforts among African-Americans. Walker traveled all throughout the world to promote her products; she even went to the Caribbean and Latin American to recruit people. She went over product use, hygienic tips, care techniques, and market strategies in her annual conventions. She rewarded people who were the most successful by giving away cash rewards. Her daughter Lelia really wanted to move to New York City, by begging her mom enough in 1913 Walker purchased property in NYC. In 1916 she moved to an expensive and luxurious town home that was built in Harlem. A year later she decided to build an estate called Villa Lewaro that was constructed on Irvington-Hudson, New York. Walker did a lot of giving back in her time, even though she had many luxuries. Lelia and she managed each part of their business carefully. The headquarters was in Indianapolis and gave back to many charities. A rumor has it that her first husband was killed by a lynched, which was the main reason she supported anti lynching laws and gave to the National Association for Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). The Walker family gave to many charities from religious to civil rights…

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    amount of money by an African American towards the construction of an Indianapolis YMCA in 1913. Sadly, that’s where my story ended but my legacy did not. I died of hypertension on May 25, 1919, at age 51, in my home I built for myself in Irvington-on-Hudson, New York. At the I was the sole owner of my business, which was valued at more than $1 million. My personal fortune was estimated at $600,000 and 700,000. I bet in the future I will be named one of the first American women to become a…

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    When thinking of what it means to be a strong man or a strong woman, the thought of physical strength might come to mind. In some cases being strong does not always mean having a great deal of physical strength. Madame C.J Walker, however, is a woman who embodies what it means to be strong in a non-physical aspect. She, along with many other influential women such as, Shirley Chisholm, Hattie McDaniel, and Angela Davis give women throughout the world a sense of strong female empowerment;…

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    All four of the images picture buildings. The Hogan and Cliff Dwellings pictures show more remote locations than the Laguna Pueblo and Tulum pictures. The Tulum and Hogan pictures feature lots of green vegetation. In Tulum and Cliff Dwellings the buildings are made out of rock and Laguna Pueblo and Hogan the building look like they are made out of wood and other materials. The buildings in Laguna Pueblo and Hogan are also more colorful than Tulum and Cliff Dwelling since the two site are made…

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    (translated in Latin: domesticus). It also means 'home' in Slavic languages, back in the day. These houses were quite common and domestic, residing in most major Roman territories. The domus was used by wealthy families as a secondary home in the city, while they still occupied a separate villa in the country. They did so because the villa was generally a grander style of structure with more space than the domus had. Nevertheless, the domus had many rooms such…

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    One of the most significant events in Mexico’s history is the Mexican Revolution. The first revolts took place because of the people’s dissatisfaction with Porfirio Díaz. Diaz had policies which were entirely biased towards the upper class, such as wealthy landowners and business men. Diaz allowed for democratic elections, but the elections that took place were entirely rigged in his favor. During his seventh time running for reelection his opponent was Francisco Madero, the leader of the…

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    Trying to evaluate the life and motivations of Pancho Villa in a few pages is like trying to corral a tornado.His legacy begun with him being a bandit.First he moved to Chihuahua,but swiftly returned after his sister was raped by a local hacienda owner.After tracking down the owner,Agustin Negrete,Villa shot him and stole a horse before fleeing to Sierra Madre mountains.Roaming the hills as a bandit,Villa’s outlook changed following a meeting with Abraham Gonzalez. After a while he became a…

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    Pancho Villa was born on June 5, 1878 in San Juan del Rio, Durango, Mexico. His full name was José Doroteo Arango Arámbula, but his nickname were either Pancho Villa or Francisco Villa. Pancho Villa was one of the the top military leaders of the Mexican Revolution. Villa started off as a bandit. He was later inspired by reformer Francisco Madero, who helped him win the Mexican Revolution. After being with with Victoriano Huerta, he formed his own army to oppose the dictator. He was assassinated…

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    The Underdogs Summary

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    Take Villistas and Zapatistas as example, these two words describes differences reflecting regional variations of class relations. Villa and Zapata each built movements grounded in the rural poor of their homelands. For Villa, that meant demanding small private properties for ranchero families. While for Zapata, that meant seeking lands and autonomy for peasant villagers. This influenced how they take steps to achieve their goal. While Zapata built a gueeeila movement defensively anchored in…

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    Carlos Fuentes, a Mexican novelist, has earned worldwide recognition for his influential works that pertain to magical realism. He is particularly held in high esteem in Latin American nations for his literary accomplishments that were attained through his novels of Terra Nostra, The Death of Artemio Cruz, and The Old Gringo. Carlos Fuentes’ novel, The Old Gringo, was the first novel written by an author of Mexican descent to emerge on the New York Times Bestseller List. The novel portrays the…

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