First Lady Michelle Obama, I will always have the greatest and upmost respect for this woman. She's amazing. She's one of my heros.

First Lady Michelle Obama, I will always have the greatest and upmost respect for this woman. She's amazing. She's one of my heros.

Esther Popel, poet of the Harlem Renaissance and first known female black graduate of Dickinson

Esther Popel, poet of the Harlem Renaissance and first known female black graduate of Dickinson

donyale luna - the first african-american model to appear on the cover of (american) vogue in 1966 and only 1 of 2 black women to be part of andy warhol's factory.

donyale luna - the first african-american model to appear on the cover of (american) vogue in 1966 and only 1 of 2 black women to be part of andy warhol's factory.

Women of Distinction - Jessye Norman, Opera Singer Four-time Grammy Award-winning American opera singer. A true dramatic soprano, Norman is associated in particular with the roles of Aïda, Cassandre, Alceste, and Leonora in Fidelio.

Women of Distinction - Jessye Norman, Opera Singer Four-time Grammy Award-winning American opera singer. A true dramatic soprano, Norman is associated in particular with the roles of Aïda, Cassandre, Alceste, and Leonora in Fidelio.

Seven Civil Rights Heroes—Besides MLK—to Teach Your Kids About

Seven Civil Rights Heroes—Besides MLK—to Teach Your Kids About

Queen Latifah has long been a strong, powerful proponent of realistic body types and of the beauty that comes with confidence.

Queen Latifah has long been a strong, powerful proponent of realistic body types and of the beauty that comes with confidence.

Sojourner Truth, African-American abolitionist and women's rights activist. Her best-known extemporaneous speech on gender inequalities, "Ain't I a Woman?", was delivered in 1851 at the Ohio Women's Rights Convention in Akron, Ohio.

Sojourner Truth, African-American abolitionist and women's rights activist. Her best-known extemporaneous speech on gender inequalities, "Ain't I a Woman?", was delivered in 1851 at the Ohio Women's Rights Convention in Akron, Ohio.

Lenora Branch Fulani the first African American to achieve ballot access in all fifty states receiving more votes for President in a U.S. general election than any other woman in history.

Lenora Branch Fulani the first African American to achieve ballot access in all fifty states receiving more votes for President in a U.S. general election than any other woman in history.

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