Marie Laveau (September 10, 1801- June 15, 1881)
Voodoo Queen of New Orleans
I was truly eager to do Marie Laveau as she has left a to some degree unparalleled inheritance in the American creative energy. As a lady of shading, she broke the limits of the impression of enchantment and the societal position of ladies. While not rehearsing black magic essentially, as an expert of Voodoo, and so forth she re-imagined the comprehension of ladies, power, and independence. Endeavoring to prod separated the recorded records of Marie and her girls from the social personality and heritage they’ve left is extremely testing, with key snippets of data about their lives being lost to time.