Amelia Earhart: S Role In Her Life's Life

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“Women like men, should try to do the impossible. And when they fail, their failure should be a challenge to others.” This quote by Amelia Earhart addresses what her life 's main goal was. She was born on July 24, 1897 to 1937, there is no specific date for her death for her body was never found nor the plane that she took her last flight on. She was a female aviator who wanted to show people that women could the same things that men could. She is a role model remembered in the eyes of many women. She never gave up on her dream and no matter what she always pushed through any barriers that came her way. Amelia Earhart was an american aviator who set flying records and inspired many female pilots. Earhart went through many economic and social barriers in her life. She is still…show more content…
Throughout her life Amelia Earhart went through many barriers but she never gave up for her goal was the only thing on her mind. As she “wasn 't afraid to break down barriers” that was a good thing because their were “not many female pilots” (amelia earhart museum). When Earhart was young she had to face many people in general for example “she liked doing boy activities like shooting rats and climbing trees” (amelia earhart museum). When Earhart was young her father had become a drunk and he spent most of the families money on drinks. This soon “resulted in earhart saving her own money and with her moms help took flying lessons and bought a plane” (purdue...). Later on she “worked as a nurse during spanish influenza and caught flu herself but survived through it” (amelia earhart). Before she had her flights, people questioned whether “she would be able to successfully perform a safe flight” (biographies). In the 1920s and 1930s it was a “popular belief that flying was not a ladylike activity and that women who took part in it must be somehow abnormal” (purdue…). Earhart ignored what people said about her and her being a woman, but instead she followed her dreams and achieved her
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