"J’ai hâte de te retrouver" : le doux message de Jean-Louis Borloo à Jean-Marc Ayrault Check more at http://people.webissimo.biz/jai-hate-de-te-retrouver-le-doux-message-de-jean-louis-borloo-a-jean-marc-ayrault/
to when lea dedicated her peoples choice award to chris OMG BABIES so far i've had such a good morning with interviews and glee and fanfiction and ugh but it's going to be ruined by chores and homework any minute nowwww
Dandara was an Afro-Brazilian Woman, Warrior who lived in the She was co-founder of Palmares, a run-away slave community (quilombo) that thrived for almost a century. Bravely she fought alongside Zumbi and others defending the freedom of her people
Lozen was an Apache warrior woman and Shaman. It is said that she possessed magic powers. Right hand to her brother, chief Victorio. She fought beside Geronimo but sadly died of tuberculosis in confinement at Fort Sill.
Sarah Winnemucca (born Thocmentony or Tocmetone, Paiute: Shell Flower) (ca. 1844 – October was a prominent female Native American activist and educator, and an influential figure in the United States’ nineteenth-century Indian policies.
You can’t beat a Disney film. They are universally loved by children and adults and the latest film Moana is no exception. When crops fail and fishermen can’t catch any fish, Chieftain’s daughter and adventurous teen Moana must set out on a dangerous jour
Valiant Times --- Sadatina character by Milton Davis -- young Shosa warrior with her companions, Nokofa and Pausa. Sadatina is skilled with sword, bow, lance and the muder, a big piece of curved iron with an edge.
Esther displayed how a woman should submit to her (heathen) husband (whom was also king) in a godly manner not by her own choice but because she loved God and wanted to bring HIM glory and ultimately saved her people.