Maya Angelou & Rosa Parks
Maya Angelou (born Marguerite Ann Johnson; April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014) was an American author and poet. Rosa Louise McCauley Parks (February 4, 1913 – October 24, 2005) was an African-American civil rights activist, whom the U.S./5
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Imagine being so bereft of shame that u'd add your logo & hashtag to Anne Frank, Rosa Parks & Maya Angelou's words as Daddy burns the world
I'll fight you for Jane Austen and I'll take Rosa Parks, Eleanor Roosevelt, Betty Friedan, Maya Angelou and yes... Oprah!
Rosa Parks & Maya Angelou (MY sorority sisters) didn't fight for justice & equality just so could tear it down!
RE: Ferguson, Missouri. United States of America Greetings Brothers & Sisters, What you see happening in Ferguson today is the result of Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome. I suggest you read the book, Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome by Dr. Joy DeGruy and also watch the movie Hidden Colors 3. For my European American brothers and sisters, this may be difficult for you to understand but it's important for us all to know the truth. For the truth shall set us all free. In my book, the Roots of San Diego, I will address the racism that I grew up with in my conservative home town. It is a miracle that i'm still here today! It's all thanks to the spirit of our Ancestors, who guide us, like Martin Luther King Jr. - Malcolm X - Marcus Garvey - Haile Selassie - Peter Tosh - Paul Robeson - Louis Armstrong - James Baldwin - Bob Marley - Langston Hughes - Fanny Lou Hammer - Shirley Chisholm - Rosa Parks - Maya Angelou - Harriet Tubman - Josephine Baker - Audre Lorde - Sojourner Truth just to name a few. Also thanks to the l ...
Rosa Parks was an African American civil rights activist, she was known as the First Lady of Freedom and Mother of The Freedom Movement. Rosa' life is an excellent example of active participation of women in society and the world of politics. Though infamous with the then government of her country, to fellow activists and to this day, Rosa Parks is famously remembered for the Montgomery Bus Boycott which earned her international recognition and renowned fame for her works as a civil rights activist alongside people like Maya Angelou and Martin Luther King Jr. Rosa Parks will forever be remembered as a woman of valor and action upon her beliefs. With this we believe she deserves to be celebrated a 4O Woman
10 Kleenexes to watch Oprah's first "Legends Ball" celebrating the greatest living Black women legends of stage, song, dance, and political activism. Recently-passed Maya Angelou was among the celebrants, along with Coretta Scott King and Rosa Parks. Wow...that's all you can say. What a great tribute to those women who paved the way for the rest of us. Brava Oprah!
Good morning to all my Beautiful sisters of God, I'd like to first say I love you and you are Beautiful, lets stop tearing one another down but lets build one another up, using our time, talent and treasures to help another young lady. we all started as a child and grew into Woman or still growing lets be like Maya Angelou, Della Reese, Cicely Tyson, Lena Horne, Rosa Parks, Madam CJ walker, Ruby Dee, Oprah Winfrey, Yolanda Adams Roberta Flack, Sojourner Truth, Coretta Scott King, Michelle Obama, Patti Labelle, Diana Ross, Shirley Ceaser, Great Leader and women of God I will Honor and write about these great Woman, the whole month of June praying God bless me to make a difference in even my own life as well as my daughters, other young girls and Woman. I will read with my daughter and teach them of these Great Woman. Today is not my yesterday and change is in every second of the day. God thank you for all these beautiful blessed woman of God.TRu DIVAS!
lets have an evening for the great Dr Maya Angelou Sunday 6/1 starting at 5pm on OWN lets watch this with the next generation so they can hear and see some impactful word from a great woman 5pm conversation with Dr Maya Angelou 6pm & 7pm repeat of last year super soul Sunday one of Dr Angelou last sit down 8pm Oprah's Legends Ball honoring twenty-five African American women in art, entertainment, and civil rights. an at 9pm master class with Dr. Maya Angelou The 25 women included Maya Angelou, Shirley Caesar, Diahann Carroll, Elizabeth Catlett, Ruby Dee, Katherine Dunham, Roberta Flack, Aretha Franklin, Nikki Giovanni, Dorothy Height, Lena Horne, Coretta Scott King, Gladys Knight, Patti Labelle, Toni Morrison, Rosa Parks, Leontyne Price, Della Reese, Diana Ross, Naomi Sims, Tina Turner, Cicely Tyson, Alice Walker, Dionne Warwick, and Nancy Wilson.us this Sunday as we honor the life and lessons of the phenomenal woman, Dr. Maya Angelou.
Dear Friends: What are the lessons that we learn from history? They are many. Earlier this week, I had an opportunity to talk with Vince Leggett about the late James Baldwin who wrote an essay on Angela Davis entitled, "If They Come in the Morning". Vince conversation reminded me of the importance of sharing a very simple, yet, profound concept. For those too young to remember Angela Davis had been arrested and charged with murder. An international campaign was launched to "Free Angela". The NAACP, Reverend Jesse Jackson, Huey Newton, James Baldwin, Maya Angelou, Rosa Parks, Coretta Scott King, Reverend Ralph David Abernathy and countless others joined the successful effort to "Free Angela". If one goes back and read James Baldwin's essay, what you will discover is that his premise was that if we did not rally to save Angela, they would come for her in the morning and the rest of us in the evening. His exact quote was, "For, if they take you in the morning, they will be coming for us that evening". T ...
Strong chance the same people confusing Maya Angelou for Rosa Parks are those who confused Nelson Mandela with Morgan Freeman.
When I think of each of them, Dr. Maya Angelou, President Nelson Mandela, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Mrs. Rosa Parks and many more. I realize that what each of them did was not just for themselves. What each of them endeavored to do was for us all. Are we doing what we are doing for all or just ourselves?
For Mother's Day, Some Great Quotes from Great Women: "You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you stop to look fear in the face...you must do the thing you do not think you can do." -Eleanor Roosevelt "Memories of our lives, of our works and our deeds will continue in others." -Rosa Parks "The best thing to hold onto in life is each other." -Audrey Hepburn "I've learned that people will forget what you have said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." -Maya Angelou "I attribute my success to this - I never gave or took any excuse." -Florence Nightingale "Pretend that every single person you meet has a sign around his or her neck that says, 'Make me feel important.' Not only will you succeed in sales, you will succeed in life." -Mary Kay Ash "The here and now is all we have, and if we play it right it's all we'll need." -Ann Richards "Men have their rights and nothing more; women their rights and nothing less." -Susan B. ...
Y'all is rarely ever your mom, sister, daughter, grandma, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, Maya Angelou, or anybody who actually has made/is making a difference for y'all. Instead it's Beyoncé, Teyana Taylor, Rihanna, or someone that supports you only because they money off you lol smh it's really sad who this generation seems to think the heroes are.
BTW my Toddler's know who Etta James, Bob Marley and Louis Armstrong are. They know Barak Obama is the president, they know Deval Patrick went to our school Milton Academy and is now Governor of Massachusetts and they know who Rosa Parks is and what happened on the bus. Today we learned George Crum invented the potato chip by accident and they love Maya Angelou's Phenomenal Woman! Happy Black History Month!!
Just a thought- Black History Month has been set aside for the month of February. We are a people rich in history and heritage that should be celebrated/recognized/talked about ... ALL YEAR LONG. Some noteworthy famous blacks mentioned in our Black History Celebrations, include: Harriet Tubman, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Mrs. Coretta Scott-King, Mrs. Rosa Parks, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Arthur Ashe, Maya Angelou, Malcolm X, Althea Gibbs, Hon. Judge Thurgood Marshall, Wilma Rudolph, Medgar Evers, Mary McCloud Bethune, Althea Gibson, Willie Mays, Oprah Winfrey, George Washington Carver, Nelson Mandela & many, many others. However, we have Black History of our own within the HELENA-W. HELENA-LEXA areas that should be talked about & passed onto to our children & community at large. There were a series of riots in Elaine, AR---known as the "Elaine Riot"; the Helena-West Helena Boycotts approximately 1976-1978; Local Civil Rights Activists & Supporters-Rev. P.L. Perkins, Rev. Dr. Conway Gilcreast, Sr., Rev. . ...
Holiday Event on 12/22 at Marcus Books! Additional info here . I also wanted to give you some info for bookstore that's been a pillar to the community for 53 years, Marcus Books. TO ALL WHO SUPPORT UJAMAA ! Book event speakers have included Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey, Toni Morrison, Terry McMillan, Amiri Baraka, Iyanla Vanzant, Rosa Parks, Danny Glover, Harry Belafonte, Malcolm X, and Barbara Lee among others. We've been in an effort to keep it open due to several neighborhood circumstances. This is the country's longest running Black-owned bookstore. We reached a settlement and we, the community, are one step away from solidifying the victory to SAVE MARCUS BOOKS. Marcus Books Community Investment Effort The story of this fight for Marcus Books/Jimbo’s Bop City is not lost: from direct action to literary events, the efforts of a dedicated community has taken the store from last Spring’s foreclosure sale of the property and threat of potential closure and eviction, to being granted by City of San Fra ...
Here is my letter to public figure, Tommy Sotomayor: Read this at your own risk: Good afternoon, Mr. Sotomayor! Hi, my name is Twuana N. Benjamin and I am from Brooklyn, New York. I am writing you in reference to your video. Not towards you, but a comment regarding Black woman and internet dating combined. I am Black and I can not help but notice that as long as you are broadcasting the recycled negative views of Black woman by non-Blacks, you are helping other races to hide their shortcomings. Black women are used as smoke screens to hide the short comings of Black men and that of women of other races and ethnicities. Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou, and Coretta Scott King are noble women to name a few. I have a copyright on my John Jay college of Criminal Justice thesis paper, titled "Who Are You To Judge? But Here Comes The Judge: Reconstructing The New York Family Court System" (Script) that I have within the U.S. Library of Congress files. My work also consists of studying and researching Caucasians orchest ...
Helen Keller, Maya Angelou, Mother Teresa, Elenor Roosevelt, Rosa Parks, Joan of Arc, Marie Curie. Girls turn off the television. Pick up a book. Those woman achieved more than some celebrities (not saying all celebrities but SOME) who are famous for nothing. They either stood up for what they believed, created change, sacrificed to better the world, succeeded despite the odds or wrote great things etc. Girls!! Go out there and kick some *** !! ♥
I would add Tawakul Karman, Anne Frank, Aung San Suu Kyi, Harriet Tubman, Corazon Aquino, Rosa Parks, Phoolan Devi, Geena Davis, Angela Davis, Lisa Ling, Golda Meir, Miep Gies, Vilma Lucila Espín, Maya Angelou, Janet Jagan, Harper Lee, Jiang Qing, Nadezhda Krupskaya, Gloria Steinman, Emmeline Pankhurst, Mary Wollstonecraft, Boudica, and the list goes on and on and on... Who would you add or remove from the linked list?
Some look in History books for inspiring people like Joan of Arc or Rosa Parks, or on TV like Cicely Tyson or Maya Angelou. One woman (1/4)
Don't you realize that in any search for a Black History Month project or study of Black History usually contains very little or NO information of Emperor Haile Selassie I, King of Kings of Ethiopia??? How come they never taught us about Emperor Haile Selassie I in school or at church? Didn't He advocate Christianity?! Wasn't He the Highest Ranked, Most Decorated Human being to walk the face of the Earth since the beginning of time??!?? Last time I checked Haile Selassie is black, He is an Afrikan. He's from Ethiopia. So why don't we as Black People hear other blacks speaking openly on His Imperial Majesty? Why are we doing Black History Month Projects talking about people like Frederick Douglas, Harriet Tubman, Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Malcolm X, Muhammed Ali, Louis Farrakhan, Martin Luther King, Maya Angelou, Rosa Parks, Harry Belafonte, Bob Marley, etc etc (jus to name a few!) . BUT we AIN'T talking about the King of Kings? Nah. Something is WRONG. Check it out IN YOUR BRAIN. How can we talk about these g ...
What do Jane Addams, Maya Angelou, Coretta Scott King, Gladys Knight, Rosa Parks, Ntozake Shange, and Lynn Whitfield all have in common?
''If Lincoln had had his way, Oprah Winfrey, Martin Luther King Jr, Jesse Jackson Sr, Lena Horne, Muhammad Ali, Hank Aaron, Maya Angelou, Malcom X, Rosa Parks.and even Clarence Thomas would have been born in slavery'' ~Forced Into Glory.
Isely brothers, Muhammed Ali, Oprah Winfrey, Malcom X, Donne Hathaway, Will Smith, Denzel Washington, Obama... The list goes on to who has found their stars to help you find who you are Their voices will speak in my instruments like shooting-stars... Debbie Allen, Maya Angelou, Arthur Ashe, Kirk Franklin, B.B King, Dr Martin Luther King, Elijah McCoy, Rosa Parks, Sidney Poitier, MJ...Findout who you are
So as we all know Black History Month just past and I found it truly obsurd the list of people that my daughter could do a report on. Looking at the list in complete shock I didnt see Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, or even Maya Angelou but they made sure to put Michelle Obama on this list! Being completely upset I went down to talk with the teacher. I informed her that although there were a few people on this list it was definately incomplete. I then explained about my Black History and that my Uncle was the first Judge appointed by Jimmy Carter to oversee the eastern and western districts of Ak and was involved in the impeachment of clinton. He walked hand in hand with Martin Luther King. He was later appointed by Bill Clinton before impeachment to be the first black Supreme Judge. This to me means far more in the eyes of Black History than someone being recognizsd for just being married.
My 16 yr old came to me today and asked me to give her a list of 8 people in Black History that she could research n write a paper on but not Rosa Parks or Martin Luther King cause they are the main people talked about in school.and as I was makin the list I thought.our children will never know who these people were/are and what they contributed and sacrificed so that we/they could have our/their civil liberties.we have to tell them and teach them about these people or they will be forgotten and so will their legacy This is my list for her: Medgar Evers, Emitt Till, Madame C.J. Walker, Huey P. Newton, Muhammad Ali, Dr. Carter Woodson, Malcom X, Maya Angelou.
So proud of The Neighborhood School students who participated in the production of The living History Museum! Awesome job!!! Stand out performances by Martin Luther King, Thurgood Marshall, Lisa Perez Jackson, Rosa Parks and Maya Angelou!!! You guys really got into character and I felt as if you were that person!!! Shout out to The Jackson Five...great moves! Everybody was great.You made my day!
My Black History leaders I look up to is Jesus Christ, Martin Luther King. jr, Malcolm X, Rosa Parks, Langston Haughs, Maya Angelou, Harriet Tubmen, Fredrick Douglass, Barrack Obama and etc, because without them and there strength in there struggle during there movement we would still be struggling to get our freedom
Here is a compilation of 15 quotes from prominent people worth reflecting on this Black History Month. Feel free to share and pass along with your family and friends. "Bringing the gifts that my ancestors gave, I am the dream and the hope of the slave. I rise. I rise. I rise." -Maya Angelou "Hate is too great a burden to bear. It injures the hater more than it injures the hated." -Coretta Scott King "I have learned over the years that when one's mind is made up, this diminshes fear." -Rosa Parks "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." -Martin Luther King, Jr. "The battles that count aren't the ones for gold medals. The struggles within yourself--the invisible, inevitable battles inside all of us--that's where it's at." -Jesse Owens "I am where I am because of the bridges that I crossed. Sojourner Truth was a bridge. Harriet Tubman was a bridge. Ida B. Wells was a bridge. Madame C. J. Walker was a bridge. Fannie Lou Hamer was a bridge ...
Rosa Parks is the first African Woman to have a statue in the Capitol? Huh. What about Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, Maya Angelou...
This past Sunday, The Ensemble Theatre produced a play that I wrote called, "The Road to A Dream." It was my first play ever chosen and produced by a major theatre. It's a great play about the journey a young girl takes through history, and the influential African-Americans she runs into along the way. Some of our greats like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Maya Angelou, Rosa Parks, Medgar Evers, and Langston Hughes. Post production pics are coming soon! If you or anyone you know would be interested in reading and/or producing "The Road to A Dream" for your theatre, church, or event, the script is available for download at www.iamjoep.com. This isn't a play only for Black History Month. Remnants of our Past should be acknowledged, remembered and passed down, as often as we can. You can contact me via the website or at infofor producing rights. "Educating through the Arts"
Lol I had Rosa Parks, Coretta Scott King, Betty Shabazz, Fannie Lou Hammer, and now Maya Angelou as my display name for
Rosa Parks honored in quotes: Read about the impression she's made on Maya Angelou, Alice Walker, etc., on her 100th:
If you like Ben Carson's story, you might also like:Maya Angelou,Keith Black,Denton Cooley,Paul Farmer,Coretta Scott King,John Lewis,Rosa Parks,Colin Powell,Thomas Starzl,Herschel Walker and Oprah Winfrey Ben Carson can also be seen and heard in our Podcast Center Ben Carson also appears in the vide...
This Black History Month lets teach the children some Black History instead of how to TWERK so that they can take pride in their culture!!! Parents you lost?? Here Ill help you out... for each day of the month pick a person & just talk to your child about their contributions or what role they played in making Black History...still need some help? Come on there are so many you can talk about & just to name a few starting with our President Barack Obama, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Langston Hughes, Grace Bumbry, Derek Walcott, Henry Tanner, General Colin Powell, Sidney Poitier, Toni Morrison, Les McCan, B.B King, Quincy Jones, Billy Holiday, William Edward Du Dois, Anthony Davis, Willie Lewis Brown Jr, James Booker, Marian Anderson, Maya Angelou, Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Rosa Parks, Joe Louis, Mike Tyson, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson, George Washington Carver, Madam CJ Walker & the list goes on.so instead of the litte girls growing up saying they wanna be like Nicki Minaj they might start thinking more of bein ...
As i look at the world, i want to scream . Out my lungs, so loud i need you, i need you To take my hand stimulate a plan evaluate my plan, educate my mind let's concentrate on the pain , all the hatred Black People , Black Leaders Black on Black crimes Teach me Show me How to be leader A warrior, solider, fighter in my time I want to Rise, Fly , Shine As the great poet, Maya Angelou writes "Still I Rise" but how can i Rise, Fly, Shine Black People, Black Leaders Be a follower , leader, guider, Like Sojourner Truth, Rosa Parks When i look what i see In the mirror i see a reflection of my people Raped, Abused, Confused, Misused Black People , Black Leaders Left with unwanted babies, homeless and lost daddies Haunted every day revealing the lynching, hanging of my brothers and sisters Black People Black Leaders Tired, Angry , Hungry , Crying Our brothers and sisters in prison dying as i'm speaking im standing up for what's right as you sit where is the vision The light with my decision. That was a dream for ...
Maya Angelou on Rosa Parks: She plays with words beautifully
shot out to anybody trying to do something or make a change in their life, no it might not happen overnight but if u work hard at it u can achieve your goal because u are the only thing that can hold u back. I used to think success in life was defined as being rich, having power and having numerous females and being famous. but now i know through the life of DR. King, Nelson Mandela, Marcus Garvey ,Maya Angelou, Helen Keller,Rosa parks, Dorothy Height, Malcolm X, Sojourner Truth , Mary bethune , Rosa Parks and many great leaders before us that success in life is defined by bringing your mind, physical body and spirit together as one to reach serenity and using your knowledge and experiences to help others other than your self, its when you start living for the greater good of others regardless of what u went through or how bad the world portrays to be.
My thoughts might seem to B controversial to some. I apologize. It may annoy others. Get over it. But, if you don't decide to speak up at some point in your life. People will tend to believe that you are a pushover. I am a lot of things. Timid and shy is not one of those things. I will confront if I need to. I will praise at all times. But, to stand and B silent. I can't do that. Men and women fought for this opportunity. It's time for us to stand up and B the voice of our children's children. When we had NO VOICE, no choice; someone stood for your RIGHTS!!! Our Majestic Redeemer One and Only the Most High; since I can't categorize Him with mortals. He stand alone. Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, Nelson Mandela, Maya Angelou, William H. (Bill) Cosby, Sidney Poitier, Muhummad Ali, Tiger Woods, Syrena and Venus Williams, Tyler Perry, Angela Bassett, Loretta Devine and so many other voices. Spoke on your behalf and my behalf. And now some struggle to vote. If you are undecided ...
Over rated Black People: Maya Angelou, Desmond Tutu, Rosa Parks, Michael Jackson, guy who invented peanut butter,
First Lady Michelle Obama's speech was inspirational, informative, heart-warming and more! For years, African- Americans (esp women) had very few national or worldwide role models. People like, Oprah, Maya Angelou, Rosa Parks, Angela Bassett were and are great but recently, First Lady Michelle Obama has def taken that slot! But not only for the blacks, not just for women but for the nation. She does more than just speak to a person, she talks to a soul! First Lady Michelle Obama should be extremely proud of herself with the emotional and inspirational speech and story she had to tell. Well done madam, well done! If your not register to vote, then GO DO SO! And vote for someone with values for FAMILIES, STUDENTS, WOMEN, YOUNG PEOPLE, HEALTHCARE, MIDDLE CLASS, THE AMERICAN DREAM!
I JUST HAD TO EDIT AND POST THIS, AGAIN.Last night I saw a little black girl appear before thousands, with the dreams of a whole race of people tucked away in her tiny little heart right beside those of her own! She stood before the throngs with the "majesty" of a Michelle Obama and the "whatever" audacity of a Rosa Parks! She then took on the challenge of a seemingly impossible task with the keen "determination" of a visionary Shirley Chisholm and she very gracefully put athletic movement into "shear poetry" like that of a Maya Angelou! The pretty little lady then soared to heights yet unknown by any other black female just like a Mae Jemison! Her beautiful "brown eyes" were watching GOD" the whole time like a Zora Neale Hurston! Then, the little "earth angel" beautifully navigated every obstacle placed in front of her like only a GABBY DOUGLAS could and with a "watch me work" attitude of an Oprah Winfrey, Miss Douglas culminated her journey by walking away with ALL the *** GOLD!! GABBY DOUGLAS I JUS ...
So there's no such thing as a strong black woman ? What about Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou, Corretta Scott King, Oprah, & Whoopy Goldberg ?
Others who have received Medal of Freedom: Maya Angelou, John Wayne, Paul Harvey, Rosa Parks, Hank Aaron, Ted Williams
Coretta Scott King, Maya Angelou, Ida B. Wells, Rosa Parks, Barbara Jordan, DID NOT give us Black women a blueprint to do stuff like that
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