"I Wish I Could": Young & Older Women Trailblazers in Black American History

By Linda Williams
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This is a story about Mrs. Pickie, who became a teacher after growing up and seeing her parents work like slaves on a plantation, and wanted a better life for herself and her sibling. After being picked by her parents to get an education and have the master of the plantation pay for her schooling, Mrs. Pickie realized when she was ten years old, as she met her home room teacher, Mrs. Duberry, that she wanted to become a teacher. After college Mrs. Pickie became a teacher and opened up an Orphanage for At-Risk Black Girls. Each orphan had to participate in a project during Fun Day Friday or during their research for “I Wish I Could” be like there favorite trailblazer. This book will allow black girls especially to read a book that empowers them, gives them confidence, hope, and to dream their personal dreams through their trailblazers.

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This is a story about Mrs. Pickie, who became a teacher after growing up and seeing her parents work like slaves on a plantation, and wanted a better life for herself and her sibling.

After being picked by her parents to get an education and have the master of the plantation pay for her schooling, Mrs. Pickie realized when she was ten years old, as she met her home room teacher, Mrs. Duberry, that she wanted to become a teacher.

After college Mrs. Pickie became a teacher and opened up an Orphanage for At-Risk Black Girls. Each orphan had to participate in a project during Fun Day Friday or during their research for “I Wish I Could” be like there favorite trailblazer.

This book will allow black girls especially to read a book that empowers them, gives them confidence, hope, and to dream their personal dreams through their trailblazers.

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Author Bio: Linda Williams

Author Bio: Linda Williams

Linda Williams is the owner of a child development center in Lebanon, Oregon, where she also teaches.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/History
Runtime: 1.15
Audience: Adult
Language: English