A woman once said "Educate a boy, you educate a man, but educate a girl and you educate a family" (Face To Face: We Founded, n.d. pg.1). This woman was Adelaide Hunter Hoodless, born on February 27, 1857, who was an incredible woman with the qualities of a leader and inspiring other women with her speeches (Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead, n.d. pg.1). She changed many women's lives as she made education beyond grade 8 possible for women and girls as well as helping women reach equality with men. It all started when Adelaide went to Ladies College and met John Hoodless whom she married and later had 4 children (Who Is Adelaide Hunter Hoodless, n.d. pg.1). Then, tragedy struck in the family.
Anne has sold over 19 million books and 13 million calendars in 83 different countries and in 25 different languages. Anne's first book "Down In The Garden" Anne is known for her images of babies, young children, and motherhood. Many of her images show the babies and children dressed as flowers, small animals, and faeries. Anne uses many multiple birth and twin clubs and photos that parents have sent her to find her models. Her sittings usually last about 30 minutes in the morning while babies are well rested.
Title: “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, the Sequel” Date: March 23, 2013 Author: Rebecca Skloot Source: NYtimes.com Article Summary Henrietta Lacks was the women behind the cell HeLa. Henrietta’s cells had contributed to science a lot. Her cells help the scientist to create a lot of vaccines which had help lot of people. By using her cell the scientist discover the cancer medications, vitro fertilization, gene mapping, cloning, and polio vacations. She was poor black women who work in a tobacco farm and had five children.
As the president of CBF indicated, still the Bay is under danger which needs a lot of efforts to continue to maintain its future survival. This survival is based on the measures taken on education, litigation, advocacy, restoration, financial support and resource available. Education: CBF provided educational atmosphere that helps awareness among important sectors that can help in the reducing of the pollution. About 27000 students, 300 teachers, 30 principals and others participate on the different environmental lessons given by CBF. CBF leads no child left inside coalition that represents 50 million people across US.
Shalanda Tudor Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare Professor Reddings 12/05/2011 CASE JOURNAL 6 and 7 Shavorda Baskerville has been working with the boys and girls club of Newark for approximately eight years. She’s currently the clubhouse director of the boys and girls club of Newark. Miss Baskerville role and responsibilities are to oversee the work of the staff and facility as a whole. She described her experience as being one of a kind, since she's very passionate about the well being of children and seeing them succeed means more to her than anything. Patrick Dunn started as a volunteer from Montclair state University working at the boys and the girls club of Newark in spring of 2011.
Mothers of East Los Angeles launched in 1986, as a group of Latina mothers[->0] under the guide of Monsignor John Moretta of Resurrection Church with the dedication to fight the proposed construction of a state prison[->1] in East Los Angeles[->2] by Governor George Deukmejian[->3]. Rosa Disenor, Juana Guitterez[->4], Lucy Ramos, and Aurora Castillo[->5] are some of the founding mothers among current 400-member group. The group main focus is on environmental justice[->6] because they do care about their family and children safety. Also, they are well known nationally for their victory over the proposed state prison in East L.A. which later lead MELA to take on many issues that have affected their environment and quality of life and has been
“Forgotten Patriots who Supported American Struggle for Independence-Polly Cooper We don’t really hear about strong women in the revolutionary war….Polly cooper was one woman who showed courage and generosity…..she was from the Oneida nation. Born February 23rd 1700 in Hardin County Kentucky. She was the first born of Isaiah an Elizabeth Montier Cooper According to the Oneida oral tradition, Polly cooper was a member of the relief mission organized by chief Shenendoah, who sent a party of Oneidas with hundreds of bushels of corn to help feed General George Washington’s starving troops in the harsh winter of 1777-1778. The relief party walked for more than 400 miles from Central New York to Valley Forge in bitter cold weather. The corn that they brought was white corn ( about 600 bushels of it) and quite different from yellow corn that can be prepared easily.
Environmental Protection agency- A governmental organization signed into law by Richard Nixon in 1970 designed to regulate pollution, emissions, and other factors that negatively influence the natural environment. The creation of the it marked a newfound commitment by the federal government to actively combat environmental risks and was a significant triumph for the environmentalist movement. 9. Endangered Species Act- (1973) identifies threatened and endangered species in the U.S., and puts their protection ahead of economic considerations. 10.
Case Study Creative Thinkers Within this paper, Harriett was chosen as an example of how one’s creativity thinking impacted an organization. Tubman, often referred as the “Back Moses” was a pioneer and dedicated her life to creating safe passages for slaves to escape to freedom (Underground Railroad, 2012). Some may see this as the movement for freedom out of slavery but this was also an organization of individuals working together to see their idea becoming a reality. Tubman, over 10 years, traveled 20 times from the north to the south leading over 300 slaves to freedom including rescuing her parents (Underground Railroad, 2012). It is believed that she never lost an individual escaping to freedom.
Eventually, Bill Gates knew that his money and his wife could help the rest of society as his mother had done as a civic leader. In the year 2000, Bill and his wife Melinda formed the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The foundation’s primary goal was to further the support of education and health in low-income communities around the country. In 2006, he stepped down from full time at Microsoft to dedicate more time to the foundation. Bill Gates and his wife have donated $28 billion dollars to charity to support their cause (Bill Gates, 2011).