Reasons why Susie Carmichael is one of the greatest Black Cartoon Characters of all time

Her character was voiced by Cree Summer who played Freddie Brooks on A Different World.

She introduced culture to white suburbia.

Taught the babies all of the popular black dances.

And maybe even showed them a thing or two about cooking.

She was perpetually unbothered by Angelica’s nonsense.

Literally. Her shade-throwing skills surpass any other three-year-old.

But she was never afraid to cry.

Demand what she wanted.

Be a leader.

Get angry for the cause.

Defend the babies from Angelica.

Or anybody else who tried to mess with them.

Immensely talented.

And, smart AF. She could speak 10 languages by the time they were in high school.

Susie was just a magical black girl.


We need more examples to see black girls magic!


honestly what kind of fanmeeting is this? (cr)

Indosso un vestito e penso a quando me lo toglierai.
Mi metto il profumo e penso a quando mi bacerai il collo e mi dirai che ho un buon odore.
Uso troppo shampoo e troppo bagnoschiuma per restarti addosso in ogni modo.
Metto il rossetto più acceso che ho e penso a quando passerai le dita sulle mie labbra per mandarlo via.
Qui ha tutto a che fare con te, ormai.
Tutto di me ha a che fare con te.
Mi metto una mano sul cuore e penso a quello che potresti fargli, penso che potresti strapparmelo come a volte cerchi di strapparmi un sorriso, un bacio, un completino intimo.
Qui ha tutto a che fare con te, e non è che sia un male, ma volevo che tu sapessi che non te ne puoi più andare.
—  Susanna Casciani
World's Oldest Person Dies In New York At Age 116-
Susannah Mushatt Jones died on Thursday night at the Vandalia Senior Center in Brooklyn on Thursday night. She was born on a small farm town near Montgomery, Alabama, on July 6, 1899.
  • She attended a special school for young black girls and when she graduated from high school in 1922, she worked full time helping family members pick crops.
  • After she moved to New York, Jones worked with a group of her fellow high school graduates to start a scholarship fund for young African-American women to go to college. 
  • She was the daughter of sharecroppers and the granddaughter of slaves
  • Jones, known as ‘Miss Susie’, died in Brooklyn on Thursday night
  • Her family members said last year that they credited her long life to love of family and generosity to others.

PUBLISHED: 01:11 EST, 13 May 2016