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Black Panther Woman Marlene Cummins recounts her time with the leader of the Australian Black Panther Party in and her fight with addiction.

"If you hear the dogs, keep going. If you see the torches in the woods, keep going. If there’s shouting after you, keep going. Don’t ever stop. Keep going. If you want a taste of freedom, keep going." - Harriet Tubman.    [Applies to many situations. More wonderful older women at https://www.pinterest.com/yrauntruth/grow-up-age-croning/  ]

Harriet Tubman: "If you hear the dogs, keep going. If you see the torches in the woods, keep going. If there’s shouting after you, keep going. Keep going. If you want a taste of freedom, keep going.

My great aunt Carrie Chapman Catt fought for our rights...look her up!

Women were reviled, kicked, beaten, ostracized and battled so women could vote. Don't disrespect their sacrifice by not exercising your vote -- every time you have the chance. -- "An American suffragette proclaiming 'Women! Use your vote,' circa "

Nancy Green, the real Aunt Jemima.Nancy Green was born into slavery November 17, 1834. She became the Trademark for Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix in 1890.Aunt Jemima actually was a song before it became the name of a pancake mix. Nancy Green demonstrated the pancake mix and served thousands of pancakes. She was very friendly, a great story teller and a great cook.

Nancy Green a former slave, was employed in 1893 to promote the Aunt Jemima brand by demonstrating the pancake mix at expositions and fairs. She was a popular attraction because of her friendly personality, great story-telling, and warmth.

Nigerian billionaire unseats Oprah as richest black woman in the world

Nigerian billionaire unseats Oprah as richest black woman in the world

Nigerian Billionaire, Folorunsho Alakija, Now Richest Black Woman, Richer Than Oprah?

Jackie Kennedy offers condolences to Coretta Scott King at MLK's funeral, April 9, 1968.

Former first lady Jackie Kennedy (whose husband President John F. Kennedy had been assassinated in and Coretta Scott King at Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1968 funeral. /Moneta Sleet Jr/Ebony Collection What a powerful moment.

June 17, 1865 Susan La Flesche Picotte born on the Omaha Indian Reservation, in northeast Nebraska. Picotte, the first Native American woman to become a doctor in the United States, was born in 1865 and grew up on the Omaha Reservation. She left in 1884 to attend the Hampton Institute in Virginia and later earned a medical degree at the Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania. She returned to the reservation and worked as a physician there until 1894. Working in private practice, she…

Susan LaFlesche Picotte was the first American Indian woman in the U. to receive a medical degree, graduating at the top of her class at the Woman's Medical College of PA in 1889

Queen Nzinga Mbande, (1583-1663) was a warrior queen of the Nzinga and Matamba and one of the greatest female African rulers who fought valiantly to keep her country's citizens from becoming victims of the slave trade.

Queen Nzinga Mbande, was a warrior queen of the Nzinga and Matamba and one of the greatest female African rulers who fought valiantly to keep her country's citizens from becoming victims of the Muslim slave trade.

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