Born on March 4, 1998, Ivanna Michelle Meza Nuno immigrated from her native Mexico at the age of 9 years old. Although Ivanna and her family had a financially stable life, they migrated to the USA escaping house abusive. The obstacles that she has face in her short life have make of Ivanna the young lady that she is right now. The experiences that she has gone through have shaped her life and defined the person that she is going to be one day. Her life hasn’t been the best or the worse life there could be, but it sure hasn’t affected her with personality since she is a person that loves life and is a heck of a friend from what I can say.
Born on March 4, 1998, Ivanna Michelle Meza Nuno migrated from her native Mexico to the USA at the age of 9 years old. Although Ivanna and her family had a financially stable life, they migrated to the USA escaping house abuse. The obstacles that she has faced in her short life have made of Ivanna the young lady that she is right now. The experiences that she has gone through have shaped her life and defined the person that she is going to be one day. Her life hasn’t been the best or the worse life there could be, but it sure hasn’t affected her with her personality since she is a person that loves life and is a heck of a friend from what I can say.
Before Pablo Escobar, El Chapo, and other cocaine leaders there was Griselda Blanco. Blanco was a drug lord and one of the first pioneers in the cocaine drug trade. ("The Cocaine Godmother.") La Dama de la Mafia, The Godmother, The Black Widow, Cocaine Queen of Miami, La Madrina, The Mafia Lady, and The Cocaine Godmother are a few examples of the aliases used by Griselda Blanco. ("Griselda Blanco Biogrphy.")
By employing themes such as psychosexual fantasies, race, gender, and violence, artist Kara Walker reconstructs and explores the history and effects of American slavery on American culture. Although being called names like notorious, revolting, anti-progressive, and shameless, she continues to be a pioneer of bringing the unspeakable aspects of American slavery that are not commonly discussed and are left out of the history books to the foreground of public discussion.
Today, she is not only a true professional, but also a loving mother to her six year old daughter Rebecca, and a wife to Paul Soares all part of a happy and truly fulfilling marriage.
Many of us would probably agree that the internet can spread news very fast. This is because of the massive social media that everyone is actively participating and as well as the advanced tech apps that we all use. People can easily follow the fan pages and channels of people and as well as connect with their loved ones instantly. As fans and supporters, we are always blessed and happy whenever our favorite celebrities bring updates in their respective social media accounts because we want to get to know them more.
It was a wonderful eye-opening experience to interview Carmen Anton, a Spanish immigrant for this project. I learned so many things about how she arrived in American as a small child with only her sister by her side and her strive to become American. The emotional struggles of Carmen and her sister, Elena, were real and I didn’t realize it was that emotionally draining to come to a new country. Her experience showed me how hard it is to fit into a new society knowing absolutely nothing about the world she was dropped into. The fact that she flew here with her younger sister and then live for three months without her parents to guide her in this unfamiliar setting, shows me how strong and brave Carmen was at the young age of eight. When she first came, she assumed it would be like
Imagine being separated from your family when you’re only eight years old. Imagine spending seven months in a 4x6 hole in the ground while being chased by Nazis. This is what Lola Rein endured during the Holocaust.
Angela Ciera Barnes was born on June 1, 1998, in Salisbury, MD to Sarah Baines and Angelo Barnes. On March 7, 2017 Angela passed away surrounded by loved ones and friends.
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.
In this article I will be talking about my hero Tracy Delponte. Tracy Delponte is an amazing person, but I’m here to talk about three things about her that really stick out about her to me and my football team. Here are three of these amazing things I will be describing about. The three reasons are quite remarkable here they are well she gets food,water,and she has something you can’t just find anywhere this is motivational spirit.
18 years ago, Andrea Mungia was born in Phoenix, Arizona on the day of October 3rd 1996. She was brought in to this world by two wonderful people she now calls her parents, also year’s beforehand she has been accompanied by 3 beautiful sisters. Munguia went to Ironwood High School where she joined the high school Varsity soccer team, while she was taking classes in dance. For several years, she had to deal with having braces and working at payless, and now is dealing with wearing glasses due to her astigmatism. Throughout her life Munguia always wanted to be a veterinarian and so she graduated high school in 2015 and now is currently on track to meeting her career goals. In spite of that her ambition on becoming a veterinarian is phenomenal,
Katherine Tekakwitha, known to Catholics as St. Kateri Tekakwitha and called by them the “Lily of the Mohawks,” was born at Ossernenon (now Auriesville, New York) in 1656. Her mother, Tagaskouita, was an Alqonquin native American and a Christian. Her father, Kenneronkwa, was a Mohawk chief and followed traditional native practices. She received her given name of “Tekakwitha” (which means “she who bumps into things”) after a bout with smallpox when she was four damaged her eyesight and scarred her face. The epidemic ravaged the Mohawk population around Ossernon until 1663 and claimed both her parents and brother. Tekawitha was adopted by an aunt and her husband, chief of the Turtle clan. The survivors relocated to Caughnawaga (“wild water” in Mohawk) two miles upstream on the Mohawk river.