On 23. August 1912, the last day of the annual General meeting of the National Negro Business League in Chicago, Madam C. J. Walker and takes the floor. The famous founder of the Association for the promotion of black economic life, Booker T. Washington, has ignored Walker for three days. On your request to speak, he is not received, and he has chosen not to hear how one of their Familiar calls in front of the Auditorium to let them speak. So she takes what she’s owed: the gentlemen of the value added in an appearance in the film tires to tell her amazing story.
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