Eleanor Roosevelt Research

By: Jack Randle

Who is Eleanor Roosevelt?

Eleanor Roosevelt was a women who helped give women and girls rights from the government and helped other people with unemployment problems.

Eleanor's Early Life

Eleanor's childhood was bad because she was called names like "ugly duckling" and her mother didn't love her because she thought Eleanor was ugly. Only her dad and uncle thought she was beautiful and they both loved her very much. While her mother was sick with an illness, Eleanor cared for her mom and she thought she was helpful but then her mom died. So then she had to live with her grandparents and so then she went to school in the UK and she was accepted there.

Discrimination in womens rights.

Eleanor roosevelt overcomes this by speaking out for the people and by making the government give women rights.


Ways that make it a problem today are Women work more often than men by women are still paid less than men.


Women and girls are the ones that suffer the most poverty.


  • Women be paid more for working more than men

  • Women and girls shouldn’t suffer much poverty

Discrimination in children rights

Eleanor Roosevelt overcomes this problem by giving children rights from the government.


Sometimes children are given physical abuse if they end't up doing something wrong.


Also children turn into Refugees so that they don’t get hurt and this is a big population of the world.



  • Children are given physical abuse if they did something wrong so instead they should at least be grounded or fix the problem

  • Sometimes children become refugees so they don’t get hurt so instead they should be treated better so this doesn’t happen

Unemployment

Eleanor overcame this problem by helping people get a job and make a living.


Nearly 15 million people are unemployed.


The unemployment rate for the month was 9.7%


  • Nearly 15 million people are unemployed so instead of making that number higher people would be given a job from a workplace they made.

  • Eleanor Roosevelt overcame this problem by helping the women and children be given rights and she gave people jobs so that they can make a living and not be homeless.

Solutions to problem

  • Women be paid more for working more than men

  • Women and girls shouldn't suffer much poverty

  • Children are given physical abuse if they did something wrong so instead they should at least be grounded or fix the problem

  • Sometimes children become refugees so they don’t get hurt so instead they should be treated better so this doesn't happen

  • Nearly 15 million people are unemployed so instead of making that number higher people would be given a job from a workplace they made.

  • Eleanor Roosevelt overcame this problem by helping the women and children be given rights and she gave people jobs so that they can make a living and not be homeless.

Eleanor Roosevelt article

  • A group named Ku Klux Klan put a 25,000 bounty on her head and she had outspoken about civil rights.

  • She didn’t care about the warning and just flew to Nashville.

  • She enjoyed her role in the democratic party.