Eleanor Roosevelt

By: Alan Nguyen and Kyle Crippa

Who is Eleanor Roosevelt?

Eleanor Roosevelt will be remembered for these reasons

  • First lady of the world
  • She taught retarded kids how to read and write
  • She raised money for health care and for the poor
  • Married to Franklin D Roosevelt
  • Help write the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
More about Eleanor Roosevelt at : Bio.com

Eleanor Roosevelt, What problems did she go through

Eleanor Roosevelt went through many problems that she tried very hard to solve such as
  • Problems in Civil Rights
  • Problems in Human Rights
  • Problems in Women's rights
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How did Eleanor overcome her problems

Eleanor Roosevelt overcame the problem of (Human Rights) by going on Tv to promote singers like Marian Anderson

Eleanor Roosevelt overcame the problem of (Civil Rights) by

Eleanor Roosevelt overcame the problem of (Women's Rights) because she chaired the UDHR drafting committee. She was recognized as the driving force for the Declaration’s adoption


How do these problems still exist today

  • Civil rights issues still occurs by religious history, hate crimes and discrimination based on religion.

  • Human rights issues still occur today by Gender inequality, Men sometimes have more rights than women.

  • Women rights issues still occur today by violence against women, such as abuse by a husband or partner, sexual harassment in the workplace and sex crimes.

What would be a solution to today's problems

  • A solution to today’s problems could be by making the men

  • Voting for rights and anyone can put a right up for voting.

Citations

"The Universal Declaration of Human Rights." United Nations.org. N.p., n.d. Web. Mar.-Apr. 2015.

"Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the World, Social Justice & Human Rights Champion: United for Human Rights." Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the World, Social Justice & Human Rights Champion: United for Human Rights. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Mar. 2015.

Pfeffer, Paula F. "Eleanor Roosevelt and the National and World Woman's Parties." Eleanor Roosevelt and the National and World Woman’s Parties. N.p., 1996. Web. Mar.-Apr. 2015.