Hey Prüvit Community!
As we wrap up Black History Month, The Prüvit community would like to recognize, honor, and celebrate those diligent and dynamic individuals who have helped shape history through their actions, words, and principles. These are true Originals and have guided the trajectory of the United States of America and our modern-day society. As we continue to grow as a nation, may these people serve as role models and examples of leaders and icons in the ever-constant pursuit of BETTER.
While it is impossible to list all of the remarkable people who have contributed to taking us where we are today, we have gathered some of the best influences in Black History, who Inspire us to be BETTER
Michelle and Barack Obama, First Black President and First Lady of the United States of America
Bessie Coleman, first black civilian to get a Pilots license
Clarence Thomas, Judge, lawyer, and government official who currently serves as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
Constance Baker Motley, Civil Rights Activist, Lawyer, Judge, State Senator who was the first black woman to become a Judge
Ester Jones, Black singer and entertainer of the late 1920s
Remember the iconic Betty Boop? She was modeled after singer Esther Jones who was know for her “baby” style of singing.
Frederick Douglass, Social Reformer, Abolitionist, Writer, and Statesman
Gwendolyn Brooks, American Poet, Author, and Teacher who was the first black Pulitzer Prize Winner
Harriet Tubman, Leader of people, American abolitionist, humanitarian, and an armed scout and spy for the United States Army during the American Civil War
Jackie Robinson, First black Major League Baseball Player
Langston Hughes, American Poet, Novelist, and Playwright
Madam CJ Walker, First American woman to become a self-made millionaire
Mahalia Jackson, American gospel singer, “The Queen of Gospel”
(This statement was repeated by “Halie” during Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech and likely served as the inspiration for this famous improvisation that helped paint the picture of equality.
Onesimus, Medical pioneer and former slave
Martin Luther King Jr., Civil Rights leader, Activist, and Preacher
Muhammad Ali, Heavyweight Champion, Social Activist, and Philanthropist
Oprah Winfrey, Media proprietor, talk show host, actress, producer, and philanthropist
Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, First black Nobel Peace Prize Recipient
Rosa Parks, Civil rights activist
Ruth Simmons, First black Ivy League President
Thurgood Marshall, Civil Rights Advocate & the first African-American Supreme Court Justice
As you reflect on the impact these people had on the lives of those around them and beyond, remember that you, too, are creating your own history. Only you have the power to change the world for the BETTER. Continue to tap into courage, innovation, kindness, and respect as you lift others up in the journey toward human optimization. After all, as Michelle Obama says, “When they go low, we go high.”
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