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Eleanor Roosevelt

She did it all: teach, write, speak, campaign, organize--anything to help those in need. In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby introduce you to the woman who became the “First Lady of the World,” Anna Eleanor Roosevelt. You’ll discover how she overcame a difficult childhood to become an outspoken advocate for the poor and disadvantaged. You’ll also learn a bit about her famous family--her uncle Theodore and her husband Franklin, both of whom served as President of the United States. You’ll find out how Roosevelt came to be both an independent advocate and a great help to her husband while he was in office. And you’ll marvel at her accomplishments later in life, when she helped get the fledgling United Nations on its feet. It’s a remarkable story, so click on this movie and learn!

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