Moral Integrity: The Legacy Of Oprah Gail Winfrey

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Moral Integrity can be described as a gift. It’s a quality that enables us to keep in touch with our inner conscience, by distinguishing between what is right and wrong.
Following the rise of American talk show host; actress, producer, philanthropist and multibillionaire, Oprah Gail Winfrey, life wasn’t always as it seemed. Despite, growing up in dire poverty, with her built empire she has become one of the most influential and richest women in the world.
Being born to an unwed mother, in 1954, Left Oprah in the hands of her maternal grandmother, in Kosciusko, Mississippi. Originally, Winfrey was named "Orpah" after the biblical figure in the Book of Ruth, but somehow people began to mispronounce it to what’s said today, "Oprah". After, being sexually abused and mistreated by a number of male relatives and friends of her mother, Oprah ran wild and was sent to a juvenile detention home, only to be denied due to over filled prison cells. As a result of this neglection, by the age of fourteen, Winfrey became pregnant with a premature baby boy, who died shortly after birth. Eventually, Winfrey rose above her adversity to focus on her primary and high school education.
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Her Financial success has enabled her to "make a difference in people's lives. The Oprah Winfrey Foundation was established to support the well-beings of women, children and families all around the globe. Examples of these illustrations include;
• The Leadership Academy for Girls in South

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