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Madame CJ Walker By Danielle Faden and Dorothy Raginsky
Objectives Explain Madam CJ Walker’s life Show why she was important around the 1920s
Background African-American woman Given name: Sarah Breedlove McWilliams Walker Born in 1867 in Louisiana Orphaned at age 7, worked on cotton fields with older sister to survive
In The Beginning After the death of her first husband, she moved in with her brothers who were barbers Got involved in the National Association of Colored Women
Getting Started She had a scalp problem that caused her to lose hair Experimented with home remedies Used some home remedies made by another black woman, Annie Malone
Getting into the Business In 1905, she moved to Denver to work as a sales agent for Malone Married Charles Joseph Walker and changed name to Madame CJ Walker Annie Malone
Cosmetics Founded her own business in Denver Developed her own scalp healing product, “Madame Walker’s Wonderful Hair Grower” Began a large sales campaign across the U.S. (mainly the south)
Madame C.J. Walker Science by: Selena. Birth Madame C.J. Walker was born in 1867 in poverty- stricken, rural Louisiana. Her birth name was Sarah Breedlove;
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