Susan B. Anthony & Helen Keller

Susan Brownell Anthony (February 15, 1820 – March 13, 1906) was a prominent American civil rights leader who played a pivotal role in the 19th century women's rights movement to introduce women's suffrage into the United States. Helen Adams Keller (June 27, 1880 – June 1, 1968) was an American author, political activist, and lecturer. 5.0/5

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Today I am thankful for strong women from our past: Susan B. Anthony, Alice Paul, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, Margaret Sanger, Sally Ride, Helen Keller, and many countless others. Thanks ladies, for making my world a better place.
If great influential people of the past were still alive who made a difference in this world like Susan B. Anthony, Helen Keller, Harriet Tubman, Charles Dickens, Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, Walt Disney, Michael Jackson, Jim Henson, Martin Luther King, Jr., Coretta Scott King, Rosa Parks, Cesar Chavez, L. Frank Baum, Mark Twain, Oscar Schindler, Alex Haley, Mahatma Gandhi, Malcolm X, John Lennon, Elvis Presley, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and anyone else you can think of that is influential in our culture. I would shake all these people's hands for inspiring me to be the man I am today. As for the people like the founder of the KKK, Adolph Hitler, Benito Mussolini and Joesph Stalin. Um, Let's just say in the kindest way possible we wouldn't see eye to eye on things and I wouldn't ask them over for dinner anytime soon!
Well, this is adorbs: Photographer dresses, snaps 5yo daughter as iconic women from Helen Keller to Susan B. Anthony:
Happy Birthday, America! This country is far from perfect, but I am proud to call a country home when it has produced great citizens like Cesar Chavez, Thaddeus Stevens, Frederick Douglass, Harvey Milk, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Edward M. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, Helen Keller, Eugene V. Debs, Susan B. Anthony, Harry S. Truman, Jesse Jackson, Elizabeth Warren, Harriet Tubman, Thurgood Marshall, Muhammad Ali, Michael Moore, Colin Powell, Mark Twain, Cornel West, Jonas Salk, Al Sharpton, Bill Bradley, Jim Thorpe, John Edwards, Maya Angelou, Pat Tillman, and countless other public figures who took a stand for justice. There have also been great people who have gone up against this country when it was wrong; including Cochise, Sitting Bull, Chief Joseph, John Riley and the San Patricio, and many others. We have also had countless immigrants, union members, soldiers, fire fighters, and regular working-class people who have done extraordinary things without getting the recognition .. ...
Today is International Women's Day and its me think of how many powerful women that I've read about and that I know: Mother Teresa, Joan Of Arc, Queen Elizabeth, Jane Austen, Harriet Tubman, Florence Nightengale, Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Helen Keller, the Bronte sisters, just to name a few. Centuries of strong, powerful, passionate women have walked this earth and made changes and many continue to today and will in the future. And then there's the strongest woman I've ever been blessed by God to know: my mother. Her strengtht, grace, beauty, and love are infinite... :)
Ladies!!!"The world has changed but us women never should forget to stay woman in heart and soul in every situation. Because don't forget that women's day is a proof of us making a difference in life whatever era we live in. "(Me) Women’s History is more than just a celebration in the month of March. It’s more than a handful of offerings on college campuses from the Women’s Studies department. And it’s definitely more than the checkmarks in the not-bad-for-a-girl column. Contributing writer Tracey McCormick takes a snapshot of Women’s History, offering her take on why it is important and what we – women and men – can learn from it. Read her introduction to Women’s History, then follow more stories featuring women throughout history below. Women’s History is more than the sum of its outstanding players: Rosa Parks, Susan B. Anthony, Sacagawea, Helen Keller, Amelia Earhart, et al. These women enjoy a firm place in society’s collective consciousness. As cultural icons, they represent fi . ...
What made: Abraham Lincoln, Oprah Winfrey, Helen Keller, Mark Twain, Joan Baez, Walt Disney, Susan B. Anthony, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Steve Jobs, Frederick Douglass, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., household names? They all had dreams. They all believed they could make the world and their lives better, if they overcame their fears and followed their dreams. And, you know what, they were right. They rolled the dice. They threw caution to the wind. They stood up for what they believed in, trusted their instincts, and went for it. And the rest is history. You can do it too. Not one of them knew what would happen. They were all anxious, just like you are. They were all skeptical...just like you are. They all questioned if they were doing the right thing...just like you are doing now. But they did it anyway. So said all of that to say this: OPEN THE DOOR!
I can think of a few: Harriet Tubman, Susan B. Anthony, Helen Keller, Rosa Parks - the list could go on!
I'm bored. Think I'll start some trouble: Benjamin Franklin, Isaac Asimov, Diane Keaton, Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Carnegie, Earnest Hemingway, John Adams, Albert Einstein, George Clooney, Bruce Lee, Mark Twain, Helen Keller, Stephen Hawking, Friedrich Nietzche, Kurt Vonnegut, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, George Carlin, William Shatner, Ray Romano, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Katharine Hepburn, Christopher Hitchens, Clarence Darrow, James Cameron, Sigmund Freud, Bill Mahar, Jack Nicholson, George Orwell, Brad Pitt, Thomas Edison, Andrew Carnegie, Susan B. Anthony, Carl Sagan, Neil deGrasse Tyson, John Nash, Alfred Nobel,Jodie Foster, and Lance Armstrong...do you know what all of these people have in common? They have all stated publicly that they are atheists. 85% of the members of The National Academy of Science are registered atheists. 73% of the winners of the Nobel Prize in all areas have stated that they are atheists. On the other hand, 99.79% of the men and women in federal prison believe in God. Can you re ...
I'm kind of tired of women quoting and idolizing Marilyn Monroe, a troublemaker floozy who was notoriously difficult to work with, battled drug addiction, and banged married men. That's on par with dudes looking up to Nikki Sixx, Ron Jeremy, or an art history major. Why not set your sights on someone a little more respectable, e.g. Susan B. Anthony, Helen Keller, or Sally Ride? Oh that's right, because none of them were hot. Moreover, musicians and movie stars are the last people we should take advice from. They don't live in the real world. Speaking of which, I should probably get back to work ;) have a great day!
My son has a project that he had to do on one of the following George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Susan B. Anthony, Helen Keller, Jackie Robinson, or Martin Luther King, jr. At first glance he said, "Abraham Lincoln" I said read all the names and decide. Like his mother he picks the one I consider to be the most influential, Martin Luther King, Jr. I could not wait to get started, no matter how many times I have done a project on him, I seem to learn something new each time. reading a book and learning sometimes YAY ME!!!
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