Laura S. Haviland risked her own life trying to make a difference for the lives of others. She was not very concerned about what would happen to her, she just wanted to make sure others were getting what she thought they deserved. She was an abolitionist and a writer. Throughout her life she was devoted to helping people in many different ways, spending much of her life doing different activities that involved helping people, most importantly slaves and their families. These were things she never had to do, but chose to do. She took it upon herself to spend her life doing this. One of the biggest things she devoted her life to was the underground railroad. She also helped to make big improvements for African Americans. This almost cost her, her life, but she kept going and helping. Without Laura Haviland's demanding work and dedication Michigan would not have made such drastic improvements as they did during this time. Laura worked her whole life to selflessly help so many different people in their current situations. Laura was a teacher,
Quote/intro: “As a profoundly deaf woman, my experiences have shown me that the impossible is indeed possible!” Heather Whitestone won miss America in 1995 by dancing ballet en Pointe to “Via Dolorosa” (Street of Sorrows). “Despite her deafness, she pursued her dreams, and even made history as the first Miss America with a disability.” signingsavvy.com
Susan Elizabeth Blow was born in 1843 on June 7th and she was the first child born out of 6 that means she was the oldest out of 6. Susan E. Blow turned into a founder of the United States of America. Susan lived in a home on the mississippi riverfront.Her hometown was St.Louis. Susan’s category was women’s edu.Susan E. blow was an important leader she was also pro- union susan also had lessons with the governesses at her house and her religion is st. louis.Susan blow was alive when the great fire happened in 1849 susan was only 6 years old.Due to her family's social status, Blow received her education from her parents, various governesses, private tutors, and schools. Her parents
The name of the music singer was Lauren Lark. According to the show program, Lauren brought the bright women music between the 1940’s and 1950’s into the 20th century. Lauren has completed her Bachelor in music performance at the University of the Arts, where she received the desirable Best Jazz vocalist. Lauren was made a history as the only vocalist to perform with the Reginal Grammy Award. She was a librettist and the singer. During the show performance, Lauren has sung so many works by the local and the international women artist. The show was started with an introduction, welcome the guest and the bright women in the music by professor Carol Evans.
It is with great regret and much sorrow that we inform you that on September 1st, 2017 Hannah Hatch passed away. She is survived by her mom, dad, two brothers and one sister as well as four grandparents. Hannah was born on April 2, 2003 in Blackfoot, Idaho at the Bingham Memorial Hospital. She was the oldest in her family. She grew up on a farm on Rich Lane and enjoyed riding horses and playing with baby animals.
The person I interviewed is Heather Wright. Heather is my mother I have lived with her my whole entire life.Heather wright is my mom and she taught a lot of things since I was born. Heather was born in the wood county hospital. She was born on April 21st 1982. Her parents names were are Regina for her mother and Ronnie for her father. She had Two sisters and one brother, there names were Jessica,Tasha, and Dustin Wright. At first my mom lived in McComb and went to McComb elementary school. North Baltimore and went to school at North Baltimore middle-high school. My mother has blue eyes, she's 5”6” and long strawberry blond hair.
Susan Gregg was born on June 6th, 1970, in Stockton on Tees, England. When he was 12 years old he immigrated to Australia, with his Mum, his Dad and his younger brother, Phil. He has very few remaining memories of England. Some of the only things he remembers about his time there are when he used to play with the kids on his street, the fact that his family didn’t have a car, so he would have to walk to school, and that it was always cold. He can also remember travelling to Tunisia, Africa and camel riding in the Sahara Desert for 2 days, around a year before he moved to Australia. While they were in Tunisia Susan recalls locals offering to buy his brother due to his red hair, but their parents declined their offers. During their trip, he and
Annie Easley was born on April 23, 1993, to Mary Melivina Hoover and Samuel Bird Easley. She had a brother, but with him being six years older than her, Easley was practically the only child raised by her single mother. In Birmingham, Alabama, Easley attended a parochial school all the way to graduation and was valedictorian of her graduating class.
Shannon Brownlee a writer for The Sacramento Bee states that the obesity problem has to do with the meal sizes of the seller. She says that “When they do well economically, we gain weight” (Brownlee, para. 4). Brownlee is trying to say that whenever people buy more and more fast food, the businesses get paid and the consumer gains weight in an unhealthy way. I agree with Brownlee on how businesses give out unhealthy food and do not care about the consumer. When businesses get paid they believe that the consumer wants more so they give what they get and what they give is unhealthy food and what they get is a lot of money. I agree with Shannon Brownlee on how businesses give out unhealthy food and do not care about the consumer. Brownlee is stating
On Friday February the 1st, 2002 in Sabre Springs Ca, 7 yr. old Danielle Van Dam went missing from her bedroom. A normal evening earlier on that day Danielle & her two older brothers were home with their father Damon down stairs, watching movies while her mom Brenda went out with a couple of friends for a few hours. The kids went to bed around 10 pm, Danielle in her own room, & her brothers in theirs. Later on that night downstairs approx. at 2 am. Brenda got home & noticed the garage door open. She went in with her two friends who she went out with & was visiting, & laughing with Damon’= & a couple other guy friends who left after an hour. At around 3:30 am. Mr. Van Dam went to check on the family dog, & noticed that the slide & glass door was open, but he assumed that one of the friends must have not closed it all of the way while leaving.
Julie Billart is an example of a leader, positive person, and faithful. She demonstrated how to use all four CCC Core Values. Julie was born in Cuvilly, France on July 12, 1751. She was a believer in Christ Jesus and expressed in her characteristics “How good is the good God!”. Even though she died nearly to be 65, she has been though some tough times her whole life. Almost dying but escaping, village got attacked, also was paralyzed. Even though she went through those things she still attracted people and turned out to be one of the most faithful and generous person in the history of the world.
Lillian Wald most known as founder of public health nursing. Born March 10, 1867, her father was an optics dealer. Graduated in 1891 from the New York Hospital of Nursing School. She died September 1, 1940 of a cerebral hemorrhage at the age of 73. (American Nurses Association, n.d.)
Vacation, camps, life experiences, and values all bring people together. No matter how you meet someone or the distance between you, strong bonds can be formed that last a lifetime, and carry on between more people than the original group. One of my experiences in this was at church; this is a place I have been many times and had the privilege of meeting many people. As I am more involved in a variety of activities I began to meet new people. People from all walks of life with different stories, life experiences, and aspirations; at vacation bible school I met someone who, though I didn’t know at the time, would have such a tremendous impression on my life, Victoria Sweinhart. This is a lady who has a huge heart and leaves a lasting impression
Amelia Maltepe was born as Adesh in a strict Muslim family.Originally from Dhaka, Bangladesh Adesh went to Canada for his studies and a whole new world opened up for him to achieve his dreams of becoming a woman. He began gender transitioning and with the help of hormones, laser hair removal and breast implants Amelia Maltepe was born. Although yet to have her gender reassignment surgery,Amelia is a glamour model with her eyes set on the coveted Miss World