In this paper I will be providing you lots of information on Ms. Ray. Charlotte E. Ray accomplished a lot of great things for African American and women in general. Becoming not only the first female African-American lawyer in the United States but also the first to practice in Washington, D.C. Because of her bravery and persistence obstacles were broken. Ray has paved the way for young women of color in today’s society. She has paved the way for any women in today’s society to reach their dreams. To become a lawyer if they wanted too.
In the short story “War Party” by Louis L 'Amour, a fictional woman named Ma travels across the country with her family to find a new home near the mountains in the western frontier. During the trip, her husband dies by an arrow to the lung which was shot by an Indian. In the mid-19 century, there was a law that if a woman’s husband dies while they are traveling on the Oregon Trail then the women would have to either remarry or head back to the eastern coast. Ma refused to remarry or go back to their old home. Ma was very independent and smart, but since she was a woman the people in her wagon train pressured her to go back. Ma simply ignored them and told her son that he has to be a man. They carry on with their trip and run into the Sioux tribe. The Sioux were a bloodthirsty Indian tribe that killed many people that came their way. Ma saved the wagon train from the end by speaking to the tribe in the Sioux language and telling how the father was a furious warrior for them. The wagon got suspicious and began talking about Ma saying that she was an Indian and a traitor. Finally, Ma, her family, and some friends parted ways with the wagon train to find their new home in the mountains.
As she was walking through the woods she begins to have trouble seeing through the trees, because of the light and the thickness of the forest, “ The woods were deep and still. The sun made the pine needles almost too bright to look at, up where the wind rocked.” As she eases her way through the forest she encounters struggle after struggle, such as having to cross the river on a log, “Lifting her skirt, leveling her cane fiercely before her like a festival figure in some parade, she began to march across. Then she opened her eyes and she was safe on the other side,” yet she never stops her journey, because she knows that the outcome of the journey will be worth it.
the experience but he tries to downplay it so as not to frighten the children.
Bernice Irene Bilyeu left her mark on the world over many years. She lived to be a 105 years old and survived through many hardships. Bernice was always kind and greeted everyone with a smile. She was a very hardworking woman, and the best great-grandmother anyone could have
Sophia Mendez is a 34 year old married female, born female. She was born in San Antonio, Chile and later migrated to the United States when she was a young girl about the age of 16 with members of her family in order to gain more educational and economic opportunity. Sophia does not currently work, but she is mainly a stay-at-home mom, caring for her and her husband’s three children. Sophia does attend classes at a near-by college. They live in a home that in which Sophia, her husband, and three children reside. Sophia referred her and her family to Child Development Resources (CDR) on a voluntary basis and is seeking support with the development of her children, but since she is a part of the Deaf and hard of hearing community, and has limited speech it may present some troubles in how she receives services in different agencies. She and her family has sought services from CDR willingly and willingly participates in services and events.
Today I interviewed my Tia Maria, she is my mothers aunt who is 89 years old. Maria lives in old San Juan Puerto Rico with her daughter Suky. She has lived on the island all of her life. I had the privilege to interview her and learn some great facts about her life and listen to a couple of great stories about her good old days on the shorelines of Puerto Rico. I was pretty impressed on how they lived and how much they depended on the land for substance and gain. They had live stock many chickens and some pigs, they had lots of trees from Avocados to Mango. Maria Told me that she use to love Mango season ( from may to august ) she would climb mango trees and eat at least three ripped mango 's a day. My Tia Maria said she was a seamstress
One day during summer break on a very hot and steamy day a girl was running through a field when there lay an arrow in the grass telling her to go towards the forbidden place. She refuses to go and turns in the other direction and goes home, though fear and curiosity were bubbling inside of her. Well for the past two weeks she has been thinking of going and she went to start the journey.
My name is Queenie Bligh, and I was born in London, England. I am Christian and I have a conservative point of view of politics. I am married to Bernard Bligh and have a son named Michael. I am a warm hearted and kind person even though I truly call myself the daredevil because I like to do new
While in the background of the officer reading the juvenile file, seated behind Lani was her mother. Puffy red eyes since refusal of sleep, salty tears dripping down her face, with heavy sobs that echoed through the courtroom. The courtroom began to look at the blur with color. The misery this mother felt locked in her throat, also feeling as if nothing matters now. As the third offense was being read, Lani finally glimpses to see her mother, and in clear view she saw a heartbroken mother. The sudden shock of pain and goose bumps went through her body. Instantly a stream flow of salty tears came down her face.
Are you one of those people who survived hardships in your life that makes you daughter
What would happen to a baby if there was no one there to take care of her? In the book “Gone”, by Michael Grant, that’s exactly what’s happening in Perdido Beach. Sam Temple and his friends, and anyone 14 years old or younger are trapped in a barrier surrounding Perdido Beach, while anyone older than that has mysteriously disappeared. Sam and his friends go on a search for answers, while chaos reigns through the streets without any adults. In the book it emphasizes that curiosity leads to new and different discoveries.
Emilie was the first born child of Alissa and Robbie Parker. As soon as she was born Alissa knew their was something special about her daughter. Emilie was a special little girl, she was very social and would talk to anyone she saw. The Parkers moved to Connecticut for work. They took a plane from Utah to Portland. Emilie didn't have a seat next to her mom, so a man gave up his seat for Emilie. She had to sit by a couple, and she talked their ears off the whole flight. There was a strong connection between the women and Emilie. It was hard for the both of them to say “goodbye.” Emilie also loved to draw she would stay up all night a draw. When Alissa woke up each morning there would be a picture from Emilie. Emilie
Believe me when i say Vilemore is not a town, but a dome of the unknown. So, before you start reading be cautious.
Albert Einstein once stated, “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” I remember that quote from Jeopardy, but I never actually thought of anything of it. The category was transcendentalism and I remembered that pretty clearly because Alex Trebek was complaining about how long the word was to fit in the box. So when transcendentalism was introduced in our class, I felt a familiar wave of nostalgia hit me. I was pretty excited to start my essay, but I didn’t have time on the weekdays, so I decided to work on it during the weekend. It wasn’t until Sunday morning, the day before it was due, that I forgot to do it. I had that guilt in the back of my head and I sat straight up in my bed at around 4 am, pondering about the essay. I