Eleanor Roosevelt and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The Importance of Eleanor Roosevelt to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Critical Reflections
Agent of change, humanitarian, social justice activist, Eleanor Roosevelt is one of the most influential women in the US history, widow of US President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Come to this event to understand a controversial First Lady for her outspokenness, particularly on civil rights for African-Americans, social activism and her role as a first woman US delegate to the United Nations General Assembly. As the Chair of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights drafting committee, she was key to this international document stating basic rights and fundamental freedoms to which all human beings are entitled.
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