Quote of the Day!

Always surround yourself with positivity and those who lift you and you will go far!!! #InternationalWomensDay #Quotes #Inspiration


Daily Quote

Things may get hard at times but that does not mean you can’t break through them.

History on March 11, 1991

In Histotry on March 11, 1991

She is a singer, song writer, and actress. Some may know her as the child star , Penny, from the 1974 television show Good Times. Janet made an appearance in

 48 episodes from 1977-1979.Others may know her from the The 1993 film, Poetic Justice where she plays as a young poet, Justice. However, the world knows her for her stage presence, and dancing ability.
Janet Jackson signs $40M 3 album deal with Virgin records

Daily Quote:Standing Tall

Who says you have to conform to the worldly things around you.
It pays to stand out and be different. Many people conform to their surrounding and hold themselves back from doing what is deep within their heart.
Why not stand tall like Maria Tallchief, the 1st African Prima Ballerina. In words of Tracey Bailey, “When you stand tall, you write history.”

History on March 9, 1959

In History on March 9, 1959
 Barbie, the popular girlsdoll, debuted, and over 800 million sold.
Manufactured by the American toy-company Mattel, Inc. and launched in March 1959, Barbie is still one of the most popular dolls around.

History on March 8, 1884

In History on March 8, 1884
Image, Source: b&w film copy neg.
Susan B. Anthony began her address before the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives.

History on March 6, 1997

History on March 6,1997
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II launched the first official royal Web site.

History on March 5, 1922

On March 5, 1922

Annie Oakley

 Annie Oakley broke all existing records for women’s trap shooting.

History on March 4, 1933

In History on March 4, 1933

Labor Secretary Frances Perkins became the first woman to serve in a Presidential administrative cabinet.


History on March 3 1913

In History on March 3, 1913
1913 Women’s Suffarge March on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C
Women marched for their right to vote.

 Mary Church Terrell organized African American women to take part in the 1913 march in Washington, DC.
Map of NAWSA Suffrage Parade, March 3, 1913, Washington, DC
Line up of the March