Eleanor Roosevelt


"The battle for individual rights for women is one long standing and none of us should countenance anything which undermines it." 
~ Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt, 1950, Brown Brothers


     Eleanor Roosevelt was one of the most important advocates for Women’s Rights during her time. Roosevelt was a part of many associations working towards equal rights for women. She communicated with the public via her own newspaper column and radio station, voicing her opinions and redefining the typical role of the First Lady. 


Ruby Cleary

Eleanor Roosevelt and Women's Rights

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