Misty Copeland, Resolute Woman

Misty Copeland recently was named the first African-American woman to be a principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre.

“I had moments of doubting myself, and wanting to quit, because I didn’t know that there would be a future for an African-American woman to make it to this level,” Ms. Copeland said at a news conference at the Metropolitan Opera House. “At the same time, it made me so hungry to push through, to carry the next generation.”

We read about this Resolute Woman in The New York Times.

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