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What potential did Eleanor roosevelt help resolve on behalf of frankiln roosevelt?
Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948)
The return of the Bonus Army
Eleanor Roosevelt was the first lady and humaniartian. She changed soo many things that today we take for granted. For more information read her autobiography.
The return of the bonus army
Eleanor Roosevelt was President Theodore Roosevelt's niece
She was considered America's most influential First Lady, she started new paths for women and led the battle for social justice everywhere. Today she is still a powerful inspi…ration to leaders in both the civil rights and women's movements. Eleanor shattered the usual submissive mold that the role of the First Lady had traditionally been fashioned, and reshaped it around her own skills and her commitment to social reform. She gave a voice to people who did not have power. She was the first woman to speak in front of a national convention, to write a syndicated column, to earn money as a lecturer, to be a radio commentator, and to hold regular press conferences. she worked 15-16 hours a day helping in world war 1. for the soldiers she made sandwiches, knitted sweaters,and built a rec room.
courage and determination
Eleanor Roosevelt helped her husband also known as the president by running New Deal Agencies.
She is from New york city and she mostly lived with her grandmother. At the age of ten she was officially an orphan at the age of ten
fights for the under dogs and never gives up she was the ladies president She worked to help women get to vote and when the suffrage passed (in 1920) she was named the …US. Delegate to the United Nations, she worked hard for peace.
She worked for help to learn poor kids.
By running New Deal agencies
when you were 18 years old back then you had to go go to fancy parts and Eleanor saw her cousin at the party's and they talked during the party's then fell in love then she to…ok Franklin to walk where the poor people lived and he took Eleanor to his schools collage football games then got married March 17th 1905
Eleanor Roosevelt was a kind and courageous first lady. She was the first wife of a president to have a political career of her own. She was very important in the fight for hu…man rights. She later worked in the assembly for the United Nations. Fraklin d. Roosevelts wife first lady. She was born in New York City on October 11,1884, daughter of lovely Anna Hall and Elliott Roosevelt, Younger brother of Theodore. When her mother died in 1892, the children went to line with Grandmother Hall; her adored father died only two years later.
The First Lady was thought of as FDR's alter ego. She became his legs and eyes. She traveled throughout the country visiting squalid tenements in the cities, the rural towns o…f the Appalachian hollows, and the murky coal mines to see how "the other half" was surviving. She was compassionate and deeply moved by the plight of the "forgotten poor" of our society. She helped the President form bills and urged him to appoint more women to governmental posts. She was a leading supporter of organized labor and she was very involved in the civil rights of minorities. She made the grievances of Black Americans a major part of her plan to help solve the problems of the Depression.
Eleanor Roosevelt was a legendary women that left an epic and essential impact on history concerning women and civil rights and much more.