C. J. Voker — разлика између измена

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== Brak i porodica ==
 
Godine 1882, sa 14 godina, Sara se udala za Mojsija Makvilijamsa, čiji uzrast nije poznat, kako bi izbjegla zlostavljanje od svog zeta Džesija Pauela.<ref name=BWA1209/> Sara i Mojsije su imali jednu ćerku, Leliju Makvilijams, koja je rođena 6. juna 1885. Kada je Mojsije umro 1887, Sara je imala dvadeset godina, a Lelija dve godine.<ref name=indiana-history/><ref name=NC100Bio>{{cite web | first =A'Lelia | last =Bundles | title =Biography of Madam C. J. Walker | publisher =National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Oakland/Bay Area Chapter | date =2014 | url =http://www.onehundredblackwomen.com/madame-c-j-walker/ | access-date =February 5, 2016 | archive-url =https://web.archive.org/web/20180328133356/http://www.onehundredblackwomen.com/madame-c-j-walker/ | archive-date =March 28, 2018 | url-status =dead }}</ref> Sara se ponovo udala 1894, ali je napustila svog drugog muža Džona Dejvisa oko 1903.<ref>{{Bullet list|{{cite web |url= https://www.philanthropyroundtable.org/resource/madam-c-j-walker/|title= Madam C. J. Walker|last=Klem|first= Monica|date=n.d.|website=Philanthropy Roundtable|language=en|archive-url=https://archive.ph/UEdjr| archive-date=March 22, 2022|access-date= March 22, 2022|url-status=live}}|</ref><ref>{{cite book | first1=Linda C. | last1=Gugin | author2=James E. St. Clair | title=Indiana's 200: The People Who Shaped the Hoosier State | publisher =Indiana Historical Society Press| year =2015 | location =Indianapolis | page =360 | isbn =978-0-87195-387-2}}}}</ref>
 
U januaru 1906. Sara se udala za Čarlsa Džozefa Vokera, novinskog prodavca reklama koga je poznavala u [[St. Louis, Missouri|Sent Luisu]], [[Misuri]]. Kroz ovaj brak, postala je poznata kao Madam C. J. Voker. Par se razveo 1912. godine; Čarls je umro 1926. Lelija Makvilijams je usvojila prezime svog očuha i postala poznata kao [[A'Lelia Walker|A'Lelija Voker]].<ref name="indiana-history" /><ref name="BWA1210-11">Bundles, "Madam C J (Sarah Breedlove) Walker, 1867–1919" in ''Black Women in America'', v. II, pp. 1210–11.</ref><ref name="Riquier">{{cite web |last=Riquier |first=Andrea |date=2015-02-15 |title=Madam Walker Went from Laundress to Millionairess |url=http://news.investors.com/management-leaders-and-success/022415-740635-madam-walker-built-hair-care-empire-rose-from-washerwoman.htm |url-status=live |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20201112050222/https://www.investors.com/madam-walker-built-hair-care-empire-rose-from-washerwoman/ |archive-date=2020-11-12 |access-date=February 8, 2016 |work=Investor's Business Daily}}</ref>