Oprah Winfrey's Journey #infographic

Oprah Winfrey's Journey #infographic
Oprah Gail Winfrey was born to Vernita Lee and Vernon Winfrey on an isolated farm in Kosciusko, Mississippi on January 29, 1954. Her name was meant to be Bible orpha, but she was known by the difficulty of orthodoxy and pronunciation as Oprah from birth. Shortly after her birth, Winfrey's unmarried parents split up and left her on the farm for her maternal grandmother.

As a child, Winfrey was entertained by "play acting" before a farm animal, and at the age of two and a half she learned to read under strict instruction from her grandmother. After composing a note to the first day of college, Winfrey skipped the kindergarten saying she had belonged to the first grade. She was also in the congregation of her church when she was two years old, about "When Jesus stood on Easter Day." She was promoted to 3rd grade after that year.

Winfrey had been sent north to the ghetto in Milwaukee, a highly impoverished, hazardous neighborhood at the age of six, to join her mom and two half-brothers. She was sent to Nashville with her dad at the age of twelve. She started speaking at social meetings and churches, felt safe and glad for a brief moment, and once gained $500 for a talk. Winfrey was called back by her mom, and she had to leave her father's house secure, and then she realized that she wanted to be "paid to talk."

 Winfrey as a young teenager had a bad urban lifestyle and her issues were compounded by sexual abuse, which started at the age of nine, by males whom others in her family had trusted for. Her mom worked strange employment and had little time to supervise.

Oprah Winfrey's Journey #infographic

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