A'Lelia Bundles (great granddaughter) A'Lelia Walker (born Lelia McWilliams ; June 6, 1885 – August 17, 1931) was an American businesswoman and patron of the arts. She was the only surviving child of Madam C. J. Walker , popularly credited as being the first self-made female millionaire in the United States and one of the first African American millionaires.
The only child of Madam C. J. Walker, A’Lelia Walker (pronounced Ah-LEEL-ya) hosted one of the most memorable salons of the Harlem Renaissance. At “The Dark Tower,” a converted floor of her elegant New York townhouse, she entertained Harlem and Greenwich Village writers, artists and musicians, as well as visiting African and European royalty.
Over a century after Black beauty icon Madam C.J. Walker launched her namesake brand (becoming one of the first women self-made millionaires in the process), MADAM by Madam C.J. Walker, the new beauty and haircare line by Sundial Brands — makers of Shea Moisture and Nubian Heritage — announces the launch of the new brand inspired by the legend herself.
The A'Lelia Bundles Community Scholars program offers independent, community-based scholars from Upper Manhattan access to a suite of University resources. Double Discovery Center Community Impact
Biographer A'Lelia Bundles wrote about the behind-the-scenes experience of producing Self Made in "Netflix's Self-Made Suffers from Self-Inflicted Wounds." Documentary. Madam Walker is featured in Stanley Nelson's 1987 documentary, Two Dollars and a Dream, the first film treatment of Walker's life.
Georgians are voting in record numbers this election cycle - both via absentee ballots and early in-person voting. The League of Women Voters of Georgia (LWVGA) applauds Georgians who have already cast their ballots, especially those who have been willing to spend up to 10 hours in lines in order to cast their votes.
26/05/2022 · Madam C.J. Walker, née Sarah Breedlove, (born December 23, 1867, near Delta, Louisiana, U.S.—died May 25, 1919, Irvington, New York), American businesswoman and philanthropist who was one of the first African American female millionaires in the United States. The first child in her family born after the Emancipation Proclamation, Sarah Breedlove was born on the same cotton plantation where ...