Growing Rich: Madam C. J. Walker a Self-Made Millionaire

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Historical reenactor Lonnie McCabe will bring the story of Madam C.J. Walker to life as we relive her time in Denver, Colorado during 1905. Born the daughter of formerly enslaved Africans, Walker aka Sarah Breedlove became one of the first American self-made female millionaires through her ingenuity and business savvy. This fantasizing story of tenacity, strength and determination is sure to inspire and delight. 

~Image Courtney of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Photographs and Prints Division, Madam C.J. Walker Portrait Collection, New York Public Library~

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