I grew up in a house where nobody had to tell me to go to school every day and do my homework.
I rejected the notion that my race or s*x would bar my success in life.
Man needs his difficulties because they are necessary to enjoy success.- A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
The road to success is always under construction.- Lily Tomlin
Work hard in silence, let success be your noise.- Frank Ocean
May my enemies live long life to see my success.- Unknown
The best revenge is massive success.- Frank Sinatra
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|Birth:||14th September, 1921|
|Death:||28th September, 2005|
|Profession:||Activist, Judge, Lawyer, Politician|
Constance Baker Motley was born in New Haven, Connecticut. She was an American civil rights activist, lawyer, judge and state senator. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1943. She received her law degree in 1946 from Columbia University School of Law. She was otherwise a key legal strategist in the civil rights movement, helping to desegregate Southern schools, buses, and lunch counters. In September 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed her to the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, making her the first African American woman federal judge. In 2001, President Bill Clinton awarded her the Presidential Citizens Medal.
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