"Women of Honor




In Loving Memory - Coretta Scott King

 "Remembering Coretta Scott King"

You can celebrate her spirit

and help to carry on the legacy.





A Study Guide

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 Learn more about
Women of Honor and Distinction


Coretta Scott King


Betty Shabazz


Myrlie Evers-Williams


Rosa Parks


Ella Baker


Naomi Sumter


Albertina Sisulu




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No Need to "Re-invent the Wheel"!


Look around you.

There are many examples of people who have made a difference for the better.

Here are a few:


Marian Anderson (&) Charmoney Bayton (&) Mary McLeod Bethune (&) Nannie Helen Burroughs (&) Johnnie Carr (&) Dorothy Clinton (&) Jetta Clark (&) Marva Collins (&) Patricia Cowings (&) Sandra Bolden Cunningham (&) Christine Darden (&) Joetta Clark Diggs (&) Jam Donaldson (&) Kathy Emery (&) Nora Fant (&) Ella Fitzgerald (&) Aretha Franklin (&) Shirley Franklin (&) Lorna Forde (&)

Amy Jacques Garvey  (&) Elizabeth Gaynor (&) Althea Gibson (&) Fannie Lou Hamer (&) Lorraine Hansberry (&) Dorothy Height (&) Karen Hunter (&) Zora Neale Hurston (&) Mahaliah Jackson (&) Shirley Ann Jackson (&) Alma Johns (&) "Lady Bird" Johnson (&) Stephanie Tubbs Jones (&) Barbara Jordan (&) Jackie Joyner Kersey (&)

Bernice King (&) Carol Lewis (&) Evelyn Lewis (&) Viola Liuzzo (&) Oseola McCarty (&) Cynthia McKinney (&) Mamie Till Mobley (&) Audley Moore (&) Michelle Obama (&) Kimberly Oliver (&) Lucretia Jett Phillips (&) Evelyn Rice (&) Gloria Richardson (&) Wilma Rudolph (&) Rita Schwerner (&) Attallah Shabazz (&) Kathy Sharpton (&) Bev Smith (&) Elaine Eason Steele (&) C Vivian Stringer (&) Cheryl Toussaint (&) Barbara Ann Teer (&) Harriet Tubman (&) Cynthia Delores Tucker (&) Sojourner Truth (&) C J Walker (&) Laura Washington (&) MaliVai Washington (&) Ida B Wells (&) Phillis Wheatley (&) Oprah Winfrey







First Lady Michelle Obama
Let's Move! Initiative

Let's Move

From: “First Lady Michelle Obama”
Date: Mon, July 12, 2010
(Excerpt of message follows.)

As a mother, I know there is nothing more important than a child's health.
But today, obesity threatens the health of one out of three American children.
That's why we launched Let's Move! -- a nationwide effort to solve the challenge of childhood obesity within a generation.

I hope you'll join me and the thousands of teachers, doctors, chefs, community leaders, athletes and parents from across the country to help raise a healthier generation of kids.

LetsMove.gov -- an online resource for parents, teachers and community leaders to help our children eat better and become more active:
Let's Move!


Michelle Obama

P.S. Visit WhiteHouse.gov





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these and other women of honor and distinction
who have consistently been willing to serve humanity.


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