by Ray Hayes
The first ever modern Wonder Women movie is now in theaters and many young and older females are ecstatic. But, before the female heroine hit the big screen, select cities were privy to early screenings prior to opening night. The city of Dallas was one of these cities, and made sure to honor a number of Real Life Women Super Heroes in the nation prior to their screening on Wednesday, May 31st. . In movies, super heroes like Wonder Woman possess a supernatural power. The women who were recognized have unique powers as well, those that can impact the world.
A super hero is any person regarded as having extraordinary abilities in a distinct field and each women that was honored are Wonder Women in their own right, especially Ms. Beauty Baldwin.
Baldwin was one of 11 women selected for the award out of 700 candidates. She has the prestigious honor of being the first black female school superintendent in the state of Georgia. According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution (AJC), “She has also served in the administrative roles for Gwinnet County Public Schools. An elementary school in that district, Baldwin Elementary School, is named for Beauty Baldwin.”
Studio Movie Grill hosted the event where Baldwin and others received their honors at the Opening Hearts and Minds award before the Wonder Woman showing.
We at Supplierty News would like to congratulate Baldwin and the other winners of this prestigious award and thank them for being our Wonder Women.