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The Story of Madam CJ Walker



The Black History of Business | Season 7, Ep 4

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This season is all about Black business and Black entrepreneurship, and the impact they have had on our world. This season will be a collection of stories, history lessons (some of which might be surprisingly hard to swallow), and interviews with successful Black entrepreneurs who have made an impact in the community.

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We will discuss the life and legacy of Sarah Breedlove, who would later be known as the great Madam CJ Walker. She changed the world with her scalp conditioner “Madam Walker’s Wonderful Hair Grower” and impacted millions of Black women’s lives.

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Segment 1
The Early Life of Madam CJ Walker

Born to humble beginnings on a plantation in Delta Louisiana, Sarah Breedlove– who would later be known as Madam.CJ Walker–would transform herself from an uneducated farm worker to one of the most successful Black female entrepreneurs of her time.

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Segment 2
Madam CJ Walker: Her Hair Started it ALL

All entrepreneurial ventures start with solving a problem. And for Sarah Breedlove, that problem was hair loss. She saw an opportunity to not only help herself but also to serve her Black community. She took a gamble figuring other Black women MUST have the same challenges finding quality hair products that she had. Boy was she right!

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Segment 3
The Madam CJ Walker Manufacturing Company

Armed with a new product and a new name–Madam.CJ Walker–the budding entrepreneur spent almost two years feverishly cascading the Black South and Southeast going door-to-door pushing her hair care product Madam Walker’s Wonderful Hair Grower. As demand grew, Walker settled in Indianapolis, Indiana, where she built her own factory to produce her scalp conditioning formula, and a campus to include a training school and a salon.

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Segment 4
The Legacy of Madam CJ Walker

Today, Madam.CJ Walker’s legacy lives on through her inspiring origin story, her resounding business success, and her Black Heritage United States Postal Service commemorative stamp.

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