caroline glasbergen

caroline glasbergen

caroline glasbergen
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How fight can loos, who does not fight has already lost!

Tybalt: I picked this picture to represent this character because he was always always looking for a fight. For example when he want to fight at a the ball, then in the streets when he challenged Romeo

July 16, 1932: Louise Stokes, eighteen, and Tidye Pickett (above), nineteen, are the first African American women to earn Olympic berths on the U.S. women’s track team with strong performances at the Olympic trials held in Evanston, Illinois. The U.S. Olympic committee will replace the two with white women who had run slower times during the trials.

July Louise Stokes & Tidye Pickett are the first African American women to earn Olympic berths on the U. women’s track team. Olympic committee will replace the two with white women who had run slower times during the trials.