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Walking into d new phase of life with new pair of shoes 😘

What's a Queen without her King?? Well, historically, speaking, more powerful.👑
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Hulda Jones Langevine 👑1967-2006
Some facts to know about Hulda Jones Langevine.
On Friday 15th-December-2006, she was still barely thirty-nine years old, having only left thirty-eight in September that same year.
She had an affinity for being ambitious.
Her first job was at a local grocery shop where she was paid seventy TT dollars per week, and when she asked for a raise, the shopkeeper awarded her a thirty-dollar increase.
She made it work.
Her last job in 2006 was an Industrial Health and Safety project manager.
Between the very large climb from grocery assistant to safety manager she worked as a janitor, as an entrepreneur making and selling East Indian delicacies and floral arrangement craft. She was also for a short period, a domestic worker up until Mr. Barrow, the old man from the village that she took care of died at seventy-nine years old.
She endured domestic abuse of various sorts (physical, emotional and mental) that came from the guilty conscience of a husband - always judging based at the point he was at, with accusations of extra martial affairs and betrayals.
She owned only a few bras and no jewellery in her poverty, but used her poverty as motivation for pursuing a bachelor’s degree in occupational health and safety management. She died during her final year of the degree. I observed everything about her closely, and fell in love with her tenacity. Her mannerism was akin to hands caressing a new born babe as she delicately raised her oh so stubborn but loving boys as a single mother, under the maxim; "train up a child in the way he should go so that when he is old, he shall not depart." All in all, she was a pillar of sacrifice.
This is my queen. The symbol of a flower springing from concrete oppression

Medgine Mathurin 👑 "I try not to think about it, and I try not to compare my life or journey with anyone else. Some days are easier than others.
Fighting it is exhausting and leaks hope, but when I get out this metaphorical furnace, I will be gold." Fondly known to her peers as Medge; Medgine Mathurin, a 27 year old Haitian born, Canadian National from the town of Calgary Alberta, and the second of a pair of twins, has managed to conceive a faith like no other. She currently resides in the city of Edmonton where she attained a Bachelors of Science degree from the University Of Alberta in 2011.
Quite multilingual, speaking fluent French, English and her native tongue of Haitian Creole, Medge is an influential writer and spoken poet of this time.
Diagnosed with Lupus in 2013; a chronic autoimmunedisease in which the body's immune system becomes hyperactive and attacks normal, healthy tissue, resulting in symptoms such as inflammation, swelling, and damage to joints, skin, kidneys, blood, the heart, and lungs, Medge has never allowed this ailment to alter her faith or her purpose. She takes pride in being an exemplary Christian who is able to go beyond the borders of religion and religious idiosyncrasies and merge her faith with meaningful social interaction.
She has been featured in countless national poetry circles and national women's appreciation and advocacy events because of her dynamic pieces that range in themes of self love, hope, Salvation,  current affairs and women's rights.
In 2015, Her father who was on a visit to Haiti, was shot and seriously injured. His survival spawned in Medge a radical faith in the God she believes in. She hopes to use her ailment and writing gift as a tool for spreading further awareness of Lupus; a disease of which 90% of victims are women; as well as uplifting and encouraging troubled souls with her words and powerful writing.

Malala Yousafzai 👑
She was born on July 12, 1997, in Mingora, Pakistan. As a child, she became an advocate for girls' education, which resulted in the Taliban issuing a death threat against her. On October 9, 2012, a gunman shot Malala when she was traveling home from school. She survived, and has continued to speak out on the importance of education. She was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 2013. In  2014,  she was nominated again and won, becoming the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.
After the Taliban began attacking girls' schools in Swat, Malala gave a speech in Peshawar, Pakistan, in September 2008. The title of her talk was, "How dare the Taliban take away my basic right to education?"
Malala Yousafzai, whose activism for the cause of girls' education has made her a Taliban target.

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