What did madame c j walker do?

Madam C. J. Walker, who lived from 1867 to 1919, was an early twentieth century entrepreneur, philanthropist and political activist. She was a pioneer of the modern hair care and cosmetics industries and founded the Mme. C. J. Walker Manufacturing Company in 1906. She developed a line of hair care products for African American women. She trained thousands of women in her system of "beauty culture" and helped them become financially independent at a time when very few job opportunities were open to black women. She also contributed thousands of dollars to groups like the NAACP, the YMCA, the YWCA and numerous schools and colleges.

Where did Madam C. J. Walker go to high school?
Where did Madam C. J. Walker go to college?

Madam C. J. Walker was unable to get a formal education as a young girl because there were no public schools for black children in Madison Parish, Louisiana where she grew up during the 1870s. Later in life, she attended night school classes and hired a private tutor. During the late 1800s very few Americans graduated from high school or college.