“As in Albertina Tiwana's account, this process required each girl to submit the name she liked to the others for approval, so that in their memories of this event it was also appropriate to claim, as every woman did with us, that "we named each other" or "we named ourselves:" Audio | & nbspTranscript”
“The Albertina is a museum in the Innere Stadt (First District) of Vienna,”
“Girls who attended a Catholic school renamed themselves Émilia, Maria, or Juliana da Fátima, while those schooled at Protestant mission stations were more likely to adopt names such as Albertina, Adelaida or Ruti.”
“We count ourselves fortunate that we have among our people such outstanding humanists as Nelson and Winnie Mandela, as well as others such as Albertina”
“Of the four faculties at the "Albertina", the faculty of arts was the most important.”
“Veteran African National Congress leaders, such as Albertina”
“Albertina," they had reached the point of discussion of Albertina now, and Beulah was proud of it, "wore her dresses to her ankles, be -- because her -- her legs was so fat.”
“She was a Gospel Hall of Fame inductee and the recipient of a Heritage Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1994, the city of Chicago honored Ms. Walker by naming a street after her: Albertina Walker and the Caravans Drive.”
“Albertina Walker, a Grammy Award-winning singer who was crowned the queen of gospel during a career that spanned more than 60 albums and six decades, died Oct. 8 of respiratory failure at a hospital in her native Chicago.”
“Albertina Walker was born in Chicago on Aug. 28, 1929, and was one of nine children.”
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