Schooled by Youtube: KETC | Living St. Louis | Annie Malone

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At Black Then, we often see videos that make us stop and think. They frequently reveal information that is not broadcasted to the masses and are created by great talents that are not shown in mainstream media.

In this video we found, we learn more about From KETC, LIVING ST. LOUIS Producer Jim Kirchherr examines the history of Annie Malone. In 1917, Annie Malone of Peoria Illinois built the Poro college building, headquarters for her flourishing african american hair and beauty empire. She is most famous for being community developer and supporter, her charity, the Annie Malone Children and family Center, offers relief for children and families in poverty or facing excruciating economical downfall.

From KETC, LIVING ST. LOUIS Producer Jim Kirchherr examines the history of Annie Malone. In 1917, Annie Malone of Peoria Illinois built the Poro college building, headquarters for her flourishing african american hair and beauty empire. She is most famous for being community developer and supporter, her charity, the Annie Malone Children and family Center, offers relief for children and families in poverty or facing excruciating economical downfall.
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Video originally found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVOOjnbJ-EU

11 Comments

  • Aaliyah Townsend January 23, 2017 - 9:58 pm Reply

    I am assuming Annie had very little exposure because she probably did not want the fame. She just wanted to be a reserved business woman and give back to her community. Now I believe Sarah Breedlove became more popular because…..Madame. The name madame means prestige and respect. She not only learn the tools of the trade, she changed her name.

  • Latisha Greene January 23, 2017 - 9:58 pm Reply

    Yes love this video, am a licensed hairstylist, first time I have ever heard of Annie Malone I will definitely spread the word hair schools as well as hair salons should know about Annie Malone. Thank you for all u have done for us.

  • cherrelle tillery January 23, 2017 - 9:58 pm Reply

    this lady was dope!!!

  • neilx49 January 23, 2017 - 9:58 pm Reply

    My paternal Grandfather was her chauffeur from St. Louis until she closed her doors. My Dad's family lived over her garage on Chicago's South Park, now King drive. Grandpa had to get a new job but stayed in touch, I remember the grown folks talking about her passing away. Col. John C. Robinson was her pilot, flying out of an airport in Robbin, IL. until it was destroyed in a tornado. A great lady!

  • Annie Ray January 23, 2017 - 9:58 pm Reply

    WOW madam cj walker was mentored&learned everythin from annie malone! if it wasnt4annie malone.CJ walker wouldnt exist.this lady of inspiration taught her everythin& yet madam cj walker takes credit4the straightening comb!that was patten by annie malone&her products also!so when annie pasted away cj walker did not1time mention her name as if she came up w all the ideas of black haircare. wen all the long it was ANNIIE MALONE.SO ALL THE PRODUCTS CREATIONS WAS ANNIES NOT CJ? WOW ~annie godblesss~

  • Brenda Andrews January 23, 2017 - 9:58 pm Reply

    What an inspiration! I heard of Annie Malone today for the first time from the owner of the beauty salon where I was having my hair done. I will help spread the Annie Malone story–another great but little known Black history story! This is a powerhouse story we can all be proud to tell. Thank you for sharing.

  • shanae smith January 23, 2017 - 9:58 pm Reply

    A lot of my siblings lived at Annie Malone at some point. We were all seperated. Our mom last name was Malone

  • CHARITY HECH January 23, 2017 - 9:58 pm Reply

    SO MADAME C.J. WALKER LEARNED EVERYTHING FOR MALONE…YET SHE IS 4GOTTEN AND C.J. IS REMEMBERED…INTERESTING.. ;D

  • Linda Jones January 23, 2017 - 9:58 pm Reply

    How can I get a copy of this video? The world needs to know about the accomplishments of Annie Malone. Why have historians ignored Annie Malone and all that she did, yet promoted Madame C.J. Walker, who actually worked for Ms.Malone? 

  • PaTriciaMarya January 23, 2017 - 9:58 pm Reply

    Wow, I have never heard on Annie Malone. She was another Madamme CJ Walker and a social entrepreneur, philanthropist and worker for our AA community. I-I-I like that! Thanks for sharing! U rock!!! LOL!!!

  • allaboard70 January 23, 2017 - 9:58 pm Reply

    Annie Malone Drive was formerly Goode Avenue and Chuck Berry was born there (2520 Goode Avenue). The song "Johnny B. Goode" is named from the name of the street, Goode Avenue.

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