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To all our Irish friends among our On-Line family Happy St. Patrick's Day, and to those of you who intend to celebrate on Monday - March 17, have a safe and enjoyable St Patty's Day. 

Happy St. Patrick's Day

My heart is so pleased!  I guess some of you may have an idea of why my heart is pleased; but I need to convey why I feel this way, and the only words I can find to explain this is "I am full of pride".  Proud and humbled I am indeed, with what I see taking place in America amongst all demographics.  Despite all the negatives, all the unnecessary awful racist statements, all the contentiousness and overt hatefulness, people are not distracted from who they want as their next President in these United States, and for this I am extremely proud.

2 (two) more important wins "under the belt" of the young charismatic, energetic and articulate Senator, and it's all because of you - many of you who are seeking change.  Yes, Senator Barack Obama won the Wyoming Caucus and the Mississippi Primary by large margins.  In Wyoming he won by 23 points (61% as oppose to the 38% Senator Clinton received) and in Mississippi this past Tuesday the win was by 24 points (61% for Obama and 37% for Clinton), how exciting is this folks?  Actually, it is finally being reported that he has won the Texas Caucus with 56% which means overall (from the primary and the caucus) he received more Delegates out of Texas than his opponent Senator Clinton.  As Senator Obama has stated on numerous occasions which many don't seem to want to acknowledge, he was won twice as many states as Senator Clinton, has twice as many votes as Senator Clinton, and over 100 more Delegates than Senator Clinton.  The overall count as of today per CNN (Senator Obama still maintains a substantial lead in Delegates, his total is 1,611 (1404 Pledged and 207 Super delegates, and Senator Clinton has a total of 1,480 (1,243 Pledged and 237 Super delegates)  The total delegates needed to get the nomination is 2,025.           

Now let's talk briefly about a few important issues that struck me a bit hard this week regarding Senator Obama's issues.  Even though the Senator in his speeches discussed the unnecessary waste and spending of millions of dollars in the Iraq war, I didn't realize exactly how much was being spent per month, and it has been billions instead of millions.  I didn't realize how much fraud, corruption, waste and abuse have been taking place.  

It seems to have been lots of dishonesty and theft as well with one of the major contractors "The Halliburton Group" who is responsible for many soldiers becoming ill due to contaminated water they provided (the water was used for everything except drinking...thankfully), thousands of meals that was never served, and many other corrupt issues and overcharges.  I am so appalled about all these issues, but I do applaud Admiral William "Fox" Fallon for testifying before Congress recently and for freely talking about many of the problems regarding the Iraq war with "Esquire Magazine" in a recent interview entitled "The Man Between War and Peace" (Click Here to read this important article).  Unfortunately this resulted in him resigning from his important position as Commander of the U.S. Central Command.  Go ahead and read some of the issues Admiral Fallon talked about in the article, and let me know your thoughts on this situation.

The other issue that "bugged" me greatly was the statement made by Geraldine Ferraro (Former congresswoman and vice-presidential candidate) "If Obama was a white man, he would not be in this position, and if he was a woman (of any color) he would not be in this position. He happens to be very lucky to be who he is. And the country is caught up in the concept."  This statement is pretty racist to me, and simply does not make any sense.   I believe she has lost her mind, and I am more convinced of this by the additional statements she has made towards the Obama campaign, and the fights she is having with the Obama camp.  It's all crazy and  unbelievable.  There is so much more I want to say about this statement, but I will just leave it alone and let mainstream media take care of it.  Her resignation as head of Senator Clinton's fundraising committee does not come as a surprise to me.  I think it is a very good move and a positive one for the Clinton camp.  

As I close out my piece on Senator Obama I must remind all of you that the Pennsylvania Primary will be taking place in a few weeks, but it's only one of the 10 remaining contests that is important in terms of allocating delegates and ultimately deciding who the nominee will be.  It's very important that voters in Pennsylvania get registered immediately, because the registration deadline for voting in the primary as a democrat in Pennsylvania is Monday, March 24, 2008.  Also, let's continue standing up and not accepting the same old tactics, rhetoric and old politics.  Let's continue building this movement and voting for Senator Obama so that the landslide wins continue.  Go out and register to vote right away...Pennsylvanians!!!  Be assured with your support and votes Senator Obama will continue succeeding. We know he absolutely has the ability and wisdom to move us forward, and will bridge the gap on many issues.  I hope you are looking forward to the overall change as I am, so lets continue making history together!!!!

The Deadline to register as a democrat to vote in the Pennsylvania Primary is March 24 2008.  Hurry and register right away!

 

Check out Senator Obama's remarks regarding Geraldine Farraro's comments, as he was being endorsed by "Flag" Military Generals and Admirals yesterday 3/12/08 in Chicago.  He stated it's "ridicules and contrary to common public belief". Click on the picture to launch the video - 3.58 minutes.  Courtesy of CNN

Part of Senator Obama's speech On March 12, 2008, as he received the endorsement of Flag Officers from the Army, Navy and Air Force. Author: BarackObamadotcom Courtesy of  www.mefeedia.comClick on the picture to view.

 

Recognizing and Celebrating Women's Accomplishments throughout History - “National Women’s History Month”  

March is National Women's History Month!  For this entire month we will recognize, celebrate and honor women around the world.  We will celebrate their diverse and historic accomplishments, as well as their rich and varied contributions to the history and culture of the United States and around the world.  

As we continue celebrating Women’s History Month I take this time to celebrate women of African-American decent who are “FIRSTS” and who have contributed to the advancement of women and paved the way for many who have become successful.  Of course the challenges today are smaller in comparison to the challenges women faced in previous years as they pursued their goals.  I can just imagine what they had endured during their life as they moved towards obtaining their goals and achievements; from the problems of intense racism (not only being a woman, but also being black), segregation, and normalized sexism.  However despite their race, gender, class and age, these women drew something deep inside their souls and stayed motivated and succeed with pursuing their goals.

I begin this week by celebrate women who are “FIRSTS” from the 1900s (1900-1954) and will continue next week to the end of th2 20th century.

  Madam C.J. Walker (birth name Sarah Breedlove), and Entrepreneur, Philanthropist and Social Activist.  Ms. Walker used her business success to fight discrimination and open doors for others. She was a highly successful entrepreneur and was the first African-American woman millionaire.  She was highly respected for her business acumen and for her inspirational political and social advocacy and philanthropy.   Madam C. J. Walker was born Sarah Breedlove on Dec. 23, 1867 in Louisiana, the first member of her family born free. Walker was a keynote speaker at several NAACP conventions, and also made the biggest contribution ever given to the NAACP by a single person. She also left money in her will to many schools, organizations and other institutions. Her hair-care products showed black women that they could fulfill the ideal American image, but still show their unique heritage. At the National Negro Business League Convention in July, 1912, Walker said: "I am a woman who came from the cotton fields of the South. From there, I was promoted to the washtub. From there, I was promoted to the cook kitchen. And from there, I promoted myself into the business of manufacturing hair goods and preparations....I have built my own factory on my own ground."  Madam Walker died at age 51 on May 25, 1919.

1921: Dr. Georgiana Simpson, Ph.D. - One of the first 3 Black American women to earn Ph.D.  Dr. Simpson  received her doctorate in 1921 at the age of fifty-five. Simpson's doctorate was in German from the University of Chicago. Simpson studied German language and literature in Germany and did postdoctoral work in French language and literature. Like Dykes, Simpson was born in Washington, D.C., taught at Paul Dunbar High School and later at Howard University 1931-39.

SadieMossellAlexander.jpg (14610 bytes)  1921 Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander - One of the First Black American to earn a doctorate in Economics and first black woman to graduate from the University of Pennsylvania.  Ms. Mossell Alexander (1898-1989) was a trailblazing African American who dedicated much of her life to civil rights causes.  She entered law school at the University of Pennsylvania and became the first black woman to be admitted to the bar and practice law in the State of Pennsylvania.  She served on numerous boards, committees, and commissions and held office in many local and national organizations. Among her most notable activities was her service on President Truman's Committee on Human Rights in 1947 and on the Commission on Human Relations of the City of Philadelphia from 1952 until 1968. She was employed in her husband's firm from 1927 until 1959, when he was named to the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia. She subsequently practiced independently until 1976, when she joined the firm of Atkinson, Myers, and Archie in the capacity of counsel. She retired from practice and from public life generally in 1982. Mrs. Alexander died in 1989.

1921 Dr. Eva Beatrice Dykes, Ph.D. - One of the First Black Woman to receive a doctorate in American.  Dr. Dykes, Ph.D. received her doctorate in English Philology at Radcliffe College.  She was born in Washington, D.C., she taught at the M Street High School (later known as the Paul Lawrence Dunbar High School) for eight years before becoming an associate professor of English at Howard University. She then moved to Alabama to chair the English department at Oakwood College.  Eva Dykes was born in Washington, D.C.   In 1910 she graduated from "M" Street High School that shortly became know as Dumbar High School.  Eva Dykes was a brilliant student with a specialty in Latin, German, Greek, and English in her college studies.  She received a BA degree with honors from Howard University in 1914, Summa cum Laude.  By a unanimous vote of the Howard University Alumni, she became the recipient of their Alumni award for Highest-grade average attained for the duration of undergraduate years.  For more on Dr. Dykes click here!

  1921: Pilot Bessie Coleman (1893-1926), the first African-American to gain a pilot license on June 15, 1921.  Ms. Coleman obtained her pilot's license from Federation Aeronautique Internationale after only seven months.  Ms. Coleman, the daughter of a poor, southern, African American family, became one of the most famous women and African Americans in aviation history. "Brave Bessie" or "Queen Bess," as she became known, faced the double difficulties of racial and gender discrimination in early 20th-century America but overcame such challenges to become the first African American woman to earn a pilot's license. Coleman not only thrilled audiences with her skills as a barnstormer, but she also became a role model for women and African Americans. Her very presence in the air threatened prevailing contemporary stereotypes. She also fought segregation when she could by using her influence as a celebrity to effect change, no matter how small.  She died when her plane crashed on April 30, 1926.  For more details on Bessie Coleman click here!

Marjorie Joyner1928:   Marjorie Stewart Joyner invented an improved permanent wave machine. Ms. Joyner was an employee of Madame CJ Walker’s empire, The Wave Machine she invented was patented in 1928.  The device curled or "permed" women’s hair for a relatively lengthy period of time. The wave machine was popular among women white and black allowing for longer-lasting wavy hair styles. Ms. Joyner went on to become a prominent figure in Madame CJ Walker’s industry, though she never profited directly from her invention, the assigned intellectual property of the Walker Company.   Marjorie Stewart Joyner was born in Virginia in 1896. She was the grand daughter of slaves. Young Marjorie Joyner enrolled in one of Madame C.J. Walker's Colleges of Hair Culture. Working later with Madame Walker both as a hair dresser and an agent developing a network of Walker beauty stores and schools Marjorie had to deal with the impermanence of women's hair styles. She set to work inventing a machine that would ensure lasting curls. Joyner called it the permanent-wave machine. Her prototype machine used pot roast rods--rods cooks used to hasten the cooking of meat. Joyner hooked sixteen pot roast rods to an old fashion hood hair dryer and joined them altogether through an electrical cord. Electricity drawn through the cord would heat the rods. She later improved upon her permanent-wave machine by adding a scalp protector. Marjorie Joyner died in 1994 at the age of 98.

hattiemcdaniel.jpg (26680 bytes)  In 1939: Hattie McDaniel, movie actress, singer, radio and television personality was the first black female to received an Oscar for best supporting actress for "Gone with the Wind".  One of the great American character actresses, Hattie McDaniel was born in Wichita, Kansas on June 10, 1895. She dropped out of school in 1910 to join a minstrel show. She toured with minstrel shows and vaudeville (including the Shrine and Elks circuit and the Pantages circuit) until the onset of the depression. Taking a job as a bathroom attendant in a night club in Milwaukee, her vocal talents were soon discovered by the proprietor, and Hattie spent about a year singing in the club before moving to Los Angeles.  In Los Angeles Ms. McDaniel began in films in 1932, from there she appeared in many films from 1932 through 1940 and of course won the Oscar for best supporting actress in 1939 for "Gone With The Wind".  Hattie was also on numerous radio shows through the 30s and 40s as well.  She had a full and successful life in the film, radio and television industry, and she died at age 57 in 1952.  Hattie has been immortalized by her role as Mammy in Gone with the Wind (1939) and as Queenie in Show Boat (1936). But, many remembers her for her jovial personality, her outspoken and spunky nature, and that unmistakable laugh.

AliceCoachman1.gif (20709 bytes) In 1948: Alice Coachman won the Olympic Gold Medal for the high jump in the Olympics in London.   Additionally she became the first African-American woman to win a gold medal, and  also the first American woman to win a gold medal in track and field.  She was born November 9, 1923 in Albany, Georgia to Fred and Evelyn Jackson Coachman. When she was young, blacks could not participate in organized athletic activities in Southern schools and YMCAs. Therefore, Alice trained for sprint events in fields and dirt roads and jumped barefoot at a neighborhood playground. In 1939, at the age of 16, she received at scholarship to attend Tuskegee Preparatory School. Before classes began, she competed in the women's track and field national championship. She broke the high school and collegiate high jump records without wearing shoes. Also at Tuskegee, she ran on the national champion 4x100-meter relay team in 1941 and 1942. In 1943, she won the AAU nationals in the running high jump and the fifty-yard dash. In 1946, she received a trade degree from Tuskegee Institute and enrolled in Albany State College.   Coachman won 25 national titles, mainly for the high jump. She won consecutive titles in the AAU competitions and was the national high jump champion for ten years, from 1939 to 1948. She won the outdoor 50-meter dash from 1943 through 1947, the indoor 50-meter dash in 1945 and 1948, and the outdoor 100-meter in 1942, 1945 and 1946. The 1940 and 1944 Olympic Games were cancelled due to World War II. In 1948, the XIV Olympiad was held in London, England. Coachman qualified for the 1948 Olympic team with a 5 feet, 4 inch jump, which broke the record of 5 feet, 3-1/4 inches set in 1932. At the Olympic Games, Coachman had a back problem. However, she jumped 5 feet, 6-1/4 inches on her first try, a record-breaking jump for which she earned the gold medal. Alice Coachman possessed an uncanny internal drive and conviction. She heralded a message to people in all walks of life--if you believe and work hard to achieve, victory is yours to receive.

Dr.HelenOctaviaDickens.jpg (9177 bytes)  In 1950: Dr. Helen Dickens was the first African American woman admitted to the American College of Surgeons. The daughter of a former slave, she would sit at the front of the class in medical school so that she would not be bothered by the racist comments and gestures made by her classmates. By 1969 she was associate dean in the Office for Minority Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania, and within five years had increased minority enrollment from three students to sixty-four.  To learn more about Dr. Helen Dickens click here! or Click Here!

GwendolynBrooks.jpg (7134 bytes)In 1950: Gwendolyn Brooks won the Pulitzer Prize in Poetry.  Ms.  Brooks was born in Topeka, Kansas, in 1917 and raised in Chicago. She is the author of more than twenty books of poetry, including Children Coming Home (The David Co., 1991); Blacks (1987); To Disembark (1981); The Near-Johannesburg Boy and Other Poems (1986); Riot (1969); In the Mecca (1968); The Bean Eaters (1960); Annie Allen (1949), for which she received the Pulitzer Prize; and A Street in Bronzeville (1945). She also wrote numerous other books including a novel, Maud Martha (1953), and Report from Part One: An Autobiography (1972), and edited Jump Bad: A New Chicago Anthology (1971). In 1968 she was named Poet Laureate for the state of Illinois, and from 1985-86 she was Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress. She also received an American Academy of Arts and Letters award, the Frost Medal, a National Endowment for the Arts award, the Shelley Memorial Award, and fellowships from The Academy of American Poets and the Guggenheim Foundation. She lived in Chicago until her death on December 3, 2000.

DorothyDandridge.jpg (4120 bytes)1954: Dorothy Dandridge was the first black female who was nominated for an Oscar in the best actress category for "Carmen Jones".  Dorothy Dandridge was born in Cleveland on November 9, 1922 to Ruby and Cyrus Dandridge. She had one older sister, Vivian Dandridge. Dorothy was raised by her mother and her mother's friend, a woman by the name of Geneva Williams. Vivian and Dorothy performed as children. They had an act called The Wonder Children. Their act included singing, dancing, acrobatics, and skits. Ms. Dandridge met Harold Nicholas, the youngest brother in the famous Nicholas Brothers act, while performing at the Cotton Club. They were married in 1942. Dorothy was 19 years old at the time. Dorothy gave birth to a daughter, Harolyn, in 1943. Dorothy soon discovered that her daughter had brain damage and eventually Dorothy had to put her in someone else's care. Dorothy divorced Harold after a very rocky marriage and pursued her career. She worked with Phil Moore and refined her night club act. Dorothy's provocative singing act gained her popularity. She was booked in clubs throughout California and Las Vegas. She was often confronted by racism but continued to perform despite this discouragement. Her work in night clubs brought her the popularity she needed to begin getting roles in films. In 1951 Dorothy played in Tarzan's Peril and then in The Harlem Globetrotters. She returned to the night club scene and appeared at prestigious clubs such as The Mocambo, Cafe de Paris, and La Vie en Rose. She was also the first black woman to perform at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. Dorothy then starred with Harry Belafonte in Bright Road in 1952. In 1954, Dorothy played the much coveted role of Carmen Jones. This movie brought her fame and recognition, as well as receiving the Academy Award nomination for her role. Dorothy played in other movies after this accomplishment, including Porgy and Bess and Island in the Sun. However, she found that despite her fame, it was hard finding work as a black actress. The forces of racism were too strong. In 1963 Dorothy Dandridge filed for bankruptcy after a failed marriage to Jack Denison and a series of bad investments. It seemed that her career had gone downhill. She began to drink heavily and was found dead in her apartment on September 8,1965. 

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For an application or more information, visit www.readacrossja.com or Contact:  Ja'nice Wisdom, Project Coordinator at 301-806-2984.
 
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