Leave an indelible mark
Hey there good people! Be sure to leave an indelible mark on this world that only YOU can! Share your talent! Use your gifts! Change someone else’s life and be that which made them see that the world is beautiful!
Be Legend At Your Own Pace
Hey there Kings and Queens! Just a quick reminder that your success will come when it’s supposed to. Just stay ready to receive it! Havev great day and create something beautiful!
Stay Away From “Still” People
Hey there Kings and Queens! Just providing this little guide for when you’re building your team. Have a great day and create something beautiful!
Remember this and keep pushing towards your goals! Let nothing stop you!
Black History: Clara Leach Adams-Ender
Clara Leach Adams-Ender was the 1st black woman and nurse to receive a master’s degree from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. She was also the 1st woman to be awarded the Expert Field Medical Badge, the 1st black Army Nurse Corps officer to graduate from the Army War College, the 1st black nurse appointed chief of nursing …
Black History: Rebecca Lee Crumpler
Rebecca Lee Crumpler challenged the prejudice that prevented African Americans from pursuing careers in medicine to became the first African American woman in the United States to earn an M.D. degree, a distinction formerly credited to Rebecca Cole. Although little has survived to tell the story of Crumpler’s life, she has secured her place in the historical record with her …
Black History: Vivian McFadden
Today’s black history fact: In 1974, Vivian McFadden became the first black female to serve as a chaplain in the U.S. Navy.
Black History: Hugh Mulzac
Hugh Nathaniel Mulzac was an African-Caribbean member of the United States Merchant Marine. He earned a Master rating in 1918 which should have qualified him to command a ship, but this did not happen until September 29, 1942 because of racial discrimination.