Where did Madame C J Walker go to school?
Madam Walker had very little formal education as a child. She later went to night school in St. Louis. As she became more successful, she hired a personal tutor. She was largely a self-taught person, as were many people who lived during the late 19th and early 20th centuries when very few Americans finished high school or college.
Source: On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C. J. Walker by A'Lelia Bundles
Madame C. J. Walker never attended college no madam walker did not go to school, she aws taught by a woman from her church
no where she did not go to collage
No! Madame C. J. Walker never even had an education. That is why it was so hard for her to accomplish being the first African American woman to become a millionare.
Madame C J Walker died from hypertension.
Madame C. J. Walker died on May 25, 1919, when she was 51 years old she died of hypertension
Madame C J walker was born December 23, 1867
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Madame Walker developed a line of cosmetics and hair-care products especially for African-American women. Madame Walker was an inventor, entrepreneur, philanthropist, social activist. She was also America's first self-made Black millionaire. this is true
Madame C. J. Walker lived in Vicksburg, MS; Indianapolis IN; Denver, CO; St. Louis, MO; and New York City.
Madam C. J. Walker has three husbands: Moses McWilliams John Davis Charles Joseph Walker Her birth name was Sarah Breedlove
madame cj walker did not have any kids at all she had idopted one but never had one
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She invented skin and hair products.
he is the first husband of madame c j walker. formerly known as Sarah breedlove. madame c j walker is the first African American self made millionaire. she created hair products sold them in America.
Madame C J Walker accomplishments are making hair products
Owen and Minerva Breedlove were Madame Walkers parents
Me persnaly her talent and work but u can say diffrent.
none but did receive a lot of a agnolligentment from the NAACP
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C. T. Walker Traditional Magnet School was created in 1934.
She didn't get her nickname, she changed it. In 1906, she married Charles Joseph Walker, and officially changed her name to Madame C. J Walker.
One child and her name was Lelia McWilliams after she was married it was Lelia Robinson changed her name it was A'Lelia Walker Robinson
Anne C. Walker has written: 'Public school choice' -- subject(s): Law and legislation, School choice, School integration, States
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The first black millionaire was also a female, Madame C. J. Walker, of Denver Colorado.
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… Read More
Sarah Breedlove-Walker, most commonly known as Madame C J Walker, was born in Louisiana and worked in cotton fields in Mississippi before she eventually moved to St Louis after her husband died.
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I personally don't think you can because she died in 1919. I Would love to try her hair products though.
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I think you're talking about Madame C. J. Walker.
Madam C. J. Walker was born Sarah Breedlove on December 23, 1867 in Delta (Madison Parish), Louisiana. Source: http://www.madamcjwalker.com/faqs.aspx, www.madamcjwalker.com and On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C. J. Walker by A'Lelia Bundles
Madam Walker's siblings were named Alexander, Solomon, Owen, Louvenia and James Breedlove. Source: On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C. J. Walker by A'Lelia Bundles
Madam C. J. Walker lived in several cities as an adult: St. Louis, MO; Denver, CO; Pittsburgh, PA; Indianapolis, IN; New York, NY; Irvington-on-Hudson, NY
Answer #2: Madam C. J. Walker did not attend college. She had very little formal education as a child, but eventually attended night school and hired a personal tutor. Educational opportunities for women and for African Americans were much more limited during the late 1800s when she was a young woman. Source: On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C. J. Walker by A'Lelia Bundles Answer #1: Madam cj walker did not… Read More
Madam C. J. Walker dressed in the fashions of the day. As a poor washerwoman in St. Louis during the late 19th century, she dressed very modestly and could not afford many clothes. After she became wealthy, her clothes often were custom-designed. She had fur coats and other fashionable clothing. Photos of Madam Walker appear in On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C. J. Walker by A'Lelia Bundles.
Madam C. J. Walker was an entrepreneur, philanthropist, anti-lynching activist and patron of the arts. She is best known as a pioneer of the early 20th century hair care and cosmetics industries. She is in the National Business Hall of Fame and the National Women's Hall of Fame. Source: On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C. J. Walker by A'Lelia Bundles
Madam Walker has two National Historic Landmarks: The Madam Walker Theatre Center at 617 Indiana Avenue in Indianapolis, IN and Villa Lewaro, the mansion she built on Broadway in Irvington-on-Hudson, NY in Westchester County.
Madame C. J. Walker (Sarah Breedlove) never won the Pulitzer Prize, an award for Journalism, Literature, Drama, Poetry and Music. Madame Walker was a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist and political activist, but not an author. Walker's great-granddaughter, A'Lelia Bundles, wrote an award-winning biography, On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C. J. Walker, (Scribner) in 2001. The critically acclaimed book was a New York Times Notable Book in 2001; in 2002 it was… Read More