Queen Esther Julia Kapiolani Napelakapuokakae, other known Queen Kapiolani, was born on December 31,1834 in Hilo, Hawaii, and died on June 24, 1899 in Waikiki. She was married to David Kalakaua and both of them changed Hawaii. Queen Kapiolani is one of Hawaii’s greatest monarchs because of her good morals, she created the Iolani Palace, and she created Queen Kapiolani Medical Center
Debbie Allen was born to Vivian Ayers and Arthur Allen on January 16, 1950. At age three she started dancing and at age four she knew she wanted to be a professional dancer. Her parents divorced in 1957, and her mother was Debbie and her siblings were encouraged to be creative and independent. In 1960, Vivian Ayers took her children to Mexico. When they came back to Texas, Debbie auditioned for the Houston Ballet School but was denied because the color of her skin. A Russian teacher at the school saw Debbie perform and secretly enrolled her. When she was sixteen, she auditioned for the North Carolina School of the Arts but was rejected because her body was “unsuited” for ballet. While she was in high school she put her studies first and went
Was Jane long really the mother of Texas?I think not . It all started on july 23 1798 , when Jane Herbert wilkinson was born. When Jane was born the doctors thought that she was dead and then proceeded to shoved her in a night stand drawer while they saved her mother's life.When the doctors opened the nightstand drawer they discovered Jane Herbert Wilkinson alive and well. Jane was the tenth child in her family.Sadly,Jane’s father died when jane was only one years old .Jane later became an orphan at the age of fourteen. After jane's mom died she moved in with her aunt .Jane’s family was very wealthy, so wealthy that Jane got her own slave named Kian , they were really good friends and when Jane was sixteen she was on her way to school and Kian told her about a very handsome man that was a doctor and persuaded her to skip school and meet him ,she then proceeded to introduced her to James long ,her future husband. Jane later got married to James long in may of 1815 and had her first child when she was only eighteen years old .In September of 1821 jane was expecting her second child and stayed behind at a post while james,her husband left ,she vowed to not leave till he returned but , he never did. She had her child in a very harsh winter,on the Bolivar peninsula in december of 1821. Jane and her slave,Kian fought starvation for over two weeks.She claimed to be the first english-speaking woman to give birth in Texas but, we know now that she wasn't.Soon after she found out that she was a widow in 1822 at the age of twenty four .
As many of you know, this October the Hispanic Scholarship Fund will be announcing this year’s inductee to their noteworthy Alumni Hall of Fame. Founded over 70 years ago, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund has done exceedingly well to provide the bright, young Latino scholars of our nation with an opportunity to seek higher education through scholarships and various programs. At the Alumni Hall of Fame Gala we will celebrate three scholarship recipients as well as a single inductee. While each individual being recognized at the Gala has proven to be extraordinary, there is one in particular you should look out for. However, having had such a massive impact in places all over the world, you may have already guessed who this dazzling woman is:
On July 21, Alissa Turner is set to become the first African-American woman to graduate from Rochester Fire Academy. While she was still studying at Joseph C. Wilson, Turner decided to join the New York Army National Guard.
She possess many interests and hobbies in her life. She plays Tennis, Flute, and says that she enjoys marching. In the year 2016, Holly James accomplished to be a member of Buena High School’s Marching Colts.
On February 21, 1933, Mary Kate Waymon and John Divine Waymon begot a child named Eunice Kathleen Waymon in Tryon, North Carolina. She learned to play piano at the age of 3 and sang in her church's choir. Growing up, she wanted to be the first African American concert pianist. Eunice taught piano and worked as an accompanist for other performers when she attended Juilliard; however, she had to leave school after she ran out of funds. She moved to Philadelphia and lived with her family there in order to save money and go to a more affordable music program.
Del Kathryn Barton (born 11 December 1972) is an Australian artist, who won the 2008 and 2013 Archibald Prizes. Barton studied at the College of Fine Arts of the University of New South Wales. She then graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1993. Later on in her life she employed for a college and became a lecturer. But before she won the Archibald Prize she became famous for painting, Barton was well known for erotic charged ink and watercolour pieces.
Dorothea Dix was an American activist who pushed for reforms for the treatment of the insane after visiting several insane asylums during the 1800’s. While visiting, Dix noticed several things that led to her fight for the proper treatment for the mentally ill. One was discovering that patients in insane asylums were treated far worse compared to prisoners, who deliberately committed crimes on their own behalf. Another was finding out that several people in insane asylums were just thrown in there for reasons that were easy to treat, like depression. A third was witnessing several disturbing accounts, like finding patients chained in filthy cold cells, mentally ill women locked away with rapists and murderers,
“I could have been in college, I would have been working,” Briana said. “Nova slows me down. Sometimes I do wish I would have had an abortion, but I love Nova, I do not regret her. It’s just hard sometimes” (Maier). Briana DeJesus, a Puerto Rican teenager, was unfortunate to become pregnant at a young age, which had put a set back to all her future plans. DeJesus is a child of a single mother and has grown up in poverty. She believed that she had the love and support from her child’s biological father resulting in her keeping her child rather than terminating. As revealed, she often regrets her decision and wonders how her life would have been if she terminated her pregnancy, but she would not turn back the clock and had an abortion, as she loves her child.
Jessica Lee Windsor was born in March 2002. She lives in Ontario. Jessica enjoys drawing, writing, archery, skateboarding, reading, and playing violin. She aspires to be an award-winning author. Jessica has recently finished writing a novel and is in the process of writing a second, which she hopes to publish some
Jamilla Mozelle is 24 years old.She was born raised and still currently live in Atlantic City,NJ.The young mother,discovered her love for books at the early age of nine.Her countless hours of writing short stories and poetry was nothing more than venting up to Dec 2013.It was this time that jamilla got the heart to reach out to Best Selling Author Shameek Speight,in an effort to gain some insight for getting her work published.She ended signing up with the True Glory’s Sisters Company under Bestselling Author Ink Mistress.Jamilla says that her inspiration is her nine year old son isiaiah and her long time boyfriend William.Also on her books she got a lot of postive feedback and a lot of 5 stars.
“The best that can be said of the conception is that it did afford a chance to experiment with some physical and social planning theories which did not pan out. “ This quote reflects Jane Jacob’s philosophical ideas in an attempt to criticize the social housing’s design approach and its associated urban planning in modern era. “The physical and social theories” outlines the urban planning idea of social housing (Utopian idea) and according to Jane’s statement, such experiment of these theories were deem to be unsuccessful. It is inevitably certain to some extent that a provocative statement towards modern era social housing approaches would hold true due to the minimal success the plans brought to the city, such as solving the working class commendations temporarily. Nevertheless, it is a failure to deliver long-standing social improvements corresponded with the increasing suspicion of modernism, one cannot simply attribute ill fate to its “innovative physical features” (As Jane said, the Utopian and Utopia), but should rather considered a range of other elements in the larger aspect of society: factors such as difficulty of racial integration, problems of financing and management, lack of bridging between architecture and planning, as well as the increasing preference of suburban lifestyle from the rising mid class. These problems reflected evidently in some stereotypes of social housing communities built in the modern era such as Pruitt-Igoe, sunny side Gardens, Paul