Conclusion In conclusion Michelle Obama was a wonderful, brilliant, and smart First Lady that always put everyone in front of her and I believe she was, is, and will be amazing. Michelle Obama is what I wrote this essay about and I wouldn’t’ve picked another she is one of the best people to make an impression on the world. She was and still is very influential and as she once said, “I hope that people around the world will be as inspired as I am to step up and to speak out on behalf of girls around the world who struggle to go to school.” After she said that I knew who she really
When you read articles concerning her life, leadership, and heart you will see a woman that has empowered her direct reports and supported their efforts. Rice surrounds herself with people that have earned her trust and individuals that she absolutely knows will succeed. She has made friends everywhere she served, building relationships with her subordinates, yet unafraid to hold them accountable. According to Advise America Magazine, during her early years when she became a provost, “she had learned that delegating is not easy for a leader”. The article states “as a delegative leader, you need to make tough decisions, and most of those decisions are against your will.
Mrs.Winfrey went from a small, unknown town in Kansas to living in million dollar homes all across the country (“Academy of Achievements”). Not only did she accomplish this, but she also did this in a way that she felt was true to herself, and made herself happy in the process. Oprah, being a woman of color, also represents that someone can come from racial and gendered prejudices in America and overcome these barriers with perseverance and strength. She has said “Turn your wounds into wisdom.”, this really embodies how she has chosen live her life. Oprah turned her rough, traumatic childhood into a life that most only dream about, and she has always given back as well.
Threw “The Spaces Between Stars” Geeta Kothari portrays how brave, independent and selfless a woman can be. The story showed everything a woman worries about and everything they go threw with out asking for help. Recognizing the importance of women is hard for both men and women. The short story would really benefit anyone who reads it. It helped me and I believe that anyone who reads this story will come out with a greater understanding of the value of women in the
Without Jane, Women Are Not the Same As rebellious and mischievous as Jane Eyre seems, Charlotte Brontë creates her to be a strong and independent woman, setting an example for many more women to come. Some people believe that she started feminism, as women were seen as less than men, while others say she was a meer example of bravery, going on far adventures without needing anyone to guide her through life. Either way, she inspired many people in her time and still does today. Imagine being raised without having either parent. Instead, you live with people who do not want you, hurt you, and keep you in constant isolation.
6. Benighted, for Phillis Wheatley, had a strong significance to her history. She was a very bright and intellectual women, but to Americans, all they cared about was how much she could work for them. I think she also uses benighted in past tense to show that she has overcome that and now has found what she truly loved doing, writing. 7.
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In “O Pioneers!” by Willa Cather it is easy to see how similar Cather is to her own character Alexandra Bergson, who many of Cather’s own views can be learned through. Throughout the story there are many examples of realistic, romantic, and naturalistic thinking. Realistic thinking may not be represented the most by in “O Pioneers!”, but I believe Cather leaned toward it a little more than the other types of thinking. She had a realistic view of a woman’s place in society and refused to just be a housewife. By doing so she lead the way for many female writers and encouraged them to write and make a name for themselves.
The answer is no. First of all Bettina and Barbara both have strong female characteristics and they do not doubt to use it. At the beginning of fourth chapter; While Barbara is coming to Palm Avenue , the strong independent woman on high heels imagery or her decisive and precise answers in her speech are just a few examples of her strong character. Also Bettina knows how to make someone to do what her wants. She wanted to sell her ads; she took the advantage of Harry’s trapped in the asylum, she wanted to live in NewYork, and she is working on it.
Feeling shunned from the moment she was placed behind those walls, her savior from this dark time was CCWP. When Samantha spoke, I felt the passion in her voice, her love for the people who granted her a second chance at life and with her family. Heartbroken, humbled, and angry all at once, I was faced with questions I’d never before contemplated. How was I not hearing about the horrors these women go through? Our conversation continued and by the end, I felt a connection to Samantha, who willingly opened up about one of the lowest points in her life to an absolute stranger.
I’ve noticed that being an African American woman places me below the totem pole automatically, placing two strikes again me. However, as a black woman attending a Historically Black College/University, in my heart, I strive to seek academic excellence and create a lasting impression on the world…starting with the community around me. My traditional values are deeply rooted in love, honesty, integrity and the desire to serve. I strongly believe in “Love Your Neighbor as Yourself”. I believe I have great qualities to offer such an organization but I also believe Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. has so much more to offer myself and the world.