Michelle Obama was born and raised in Chicago Illinois. Her maiden name is Michelle LaVaughn Robinson. While in school Michelle did very well, she was able to skip second grade and graduated top of her class. She attended Princeton University and then Harvard Law School. During summers she worked at Sidly Austin Law Firm, upon graduation she was offered a full time position. There she met Barack Obama. On October 3rd 1992, Michelle and Barack married. They had two kids, Malia and Natasha. After marriage Barack started his political career, winning the Illinois Senate State seat. While Barack was away in Springfield, Michelle took a job at the University of Chicago. During this time she found ways for college students to become more involved
Eleanor Roosevelt and her Accoplishments As the wife of a popular United States president, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was born in New York City, October 11, 1884, and died November 7, 1962. She was an active worker for social causes. She was the niece of President Theodore Roosevelt, and was raised by her maternal grandmother after the premature death of her parents. In 1905 she married her cousin Franklin Delano Roosevelt. They had six children, but one of them died in infancy. Although she was extremely shy, Eleanor worked hard and became a well known and admired humanitarian. (Webster III, 100).
Dear Mr. President, Civic participation is important since citizens are needed to help make a country run. Political participation is also necessary due to smart minds leading others, which brings me to Eleanor Roosevelt and why she should have her own holiday. Instead of being dormant like a typical First Lady
Angela Davis achieved many great things in her life and now she is getting recognized by many people on International Women's Day. She had worked very hard to become the person that she is today. Angela is an American Politician activist, who then become an academic scholar and which then lead to her becoming an author who has had her book read by many people. She was always involved in many marches all over including the Black Panther Party, and the Civil Rights Movement. Davis has always been involved in all different types of activities which played a big role in her life. After she started to get involved she has started to have a higher interest in such political and more informational things.
Theodore Roosevelt also called the “trust buster” can be greatly recognized for his presidency and life at work. He is among the most influential people ever born in the United States. He dedicated his life to better the country as a whole. There was not one moment when Theodore Roosevelt stopped to take a breath, he was strongly devoted to push this country in the right direction into a new era. He played a great role in making this country what it is today. His contributions can still be seen today. He is a man of his word, he stood out for his actions and had no great limitations holding him back. As the twenty sixth president of United States he followed through his decisions and did not look back. Theodore Roosevelt being both a Nobel
I believe that one should constantly learn and seek new skills and information since it enhances one’s understanding of the world, provide opportunities, and develop skills. Committed to learning, I am willing to spend the necessary time to cultivate my mind in the quest for knowledge and I achieved this through diligence, perseverance, discipline, and by providing the best work possible in the workplace around me. This ambition to push for excellence would be a beneficial trait to have in the future, for I still strive to put quality into everything I do, even when I do not receive any recognition or praise, and this attitude would help me make rapid strides not only in my academic career but my life overall.
This exposure of the nursing graduates to the professional environment is not alienated from the concepts of
Betty White was not born famous; she had to work very hard to be where she is today. In the ninety-two years she has been alive, she has been nominated into to the Television Hall of Fame, been married three times, is a huge animal rights contributor, and is one
“We wish peace, but we wish the peace of justice, the peace of righteousness. We wish it because we think it is right and not because we are afraid.” Theodore Roosevelt not only spoke these words, he lived them. Throughout his life Theodore always worked hard and fought for what he believed was right. Even though he had to overcome many obstacles, Theodore always strived for peace and righteousness. Theodore Roosevelt was an amazing political leader because he protected America’s natural heritage, brought peace to countries at the brink of war, and helped pass many laws that protected the American people’s rights and land.
It was September 14, 1901 and President McKinley had just been declared dead by the hands of an anarchist named Leon Czongosz. Taking his place was the youngest president to ever be in office, his name was Theodore Roosevelt. He was the spark of the progressive era and while in office would fight to eliminate problems caused by industrialization, and a corrupt government. All this began by encouraging people speak out so they could be heard, a new idea called “Bully Pulpit”.
16 high school teenage girls in ranging in the age of 13 and 17 years old host got pregnant after a pool party turned out badly, Tallahassee herald proclaimed just this morning.
magine that you are a teenager that was famous for saving 70 people. As a child Ronald Reagan was never in one spot when he was growing up. But when he was 7-11 he stayed in one place. As an adult he had a family of 4. One of Ronald
Was born in New York on January 30, 1882. His father, James Roosevelt, was a businessman, and provided his son a life of privilege. He met then-President Grover Cleveland in 1887, at the age of 5. It’s reported that the president said, "I have one wish for you, little man, that you will never be President of the United States,” due to how hard the job was and the amount of work required. Despite the privilege granted by his father, he was greatly influenced by his mother, Sara Ann Delano, during his childhood. They spent summer and holidays together at a Delano home in Massachusetts. She considered her son a Delano more than a Roosevelt. Still, his father provided him a great many luxuries, including a sailboat at the age of 16, which he learned
Congresswoman Rogers’s crowning legislative achievements came during World War II and in the immediate postwar years. In May 1941, Rogers introduced the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps Act, to create a voluntary enrollment program for women to join the U.S. Army in a non combat capacity. Her proposal, she explained to
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