By: Amanda Hemmersbach
Where She Went After
- With help from her friend, Ellen Gates they built a Hull House in Chicago for refuge immigrants, sick, poor, and older aged people who needed help.
- Then she was active in the woman suffrage and peace movements.
- She then was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931.
- She wanted to get ride of the social classes, but ended up being apart of it because she didn't teach at a university wasn't considered a sociologist, but instead considered a social worker.