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When Ava Noelle Rogers turned 5-years-old, her Mother Chauncia Boyd Rogers thought it was time to teach her daughter about African-American women who made “American History” with their accomplishments.
In February during Black History Month, mom Chauncia decided to dress little Ava up as these inspirational African-Americans and later post these pictures on social media such as, Facebook and Instagram,
Here are some of the inspirational woman little Ava was dressed up like:
Phillis Wheatley. Phillis Wheatley was the second published African-American poet and the first published.
Bessie Coleman. Bessie Coleman was the FIRST black pilot and first African-American lady to hold an international pilots license.
Misty Copelan. Misty Copelan was the third African-American Soloist and the first in two decades with American Ballet Theatre.
Check out Ava’s pictures of the inspiration African-American Females that she learned about. She was also dressed up as our First Lady, Michelle Obama too.

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