Eleanor Roosevelt was married to Franklin Delano Roosevelt her fifth cousin.
After her husband became crippled she became the eyes and ears and informing what Americans think and feel.
She worked in many places. She worked with the American red cross during world war 1. She even had her own newspaper column called “My Day”
Problems that she faced
Eleanor Roosevelt wanted to help people. To give humans rights.
Eleanor Roosevelt want to give women as much rights as men
Eleanor Roosevelt wanted all people to be equals and not one having more rights than, the others.
Over coming the problem that Eleanor faced
The problem still exist today
A solution to today's problem
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Roosevelt, Eleanor. "Adoption of the Declaration of Human Rights." Speech to United Nations General Assembly, December 9, 1948.
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