Although his early life was filled with nearly unimaginable hardships, Elie Wiesel went on to create a legacy of hope and inspiration millions of people all over the world will continue to look to, that is his long and accomplished life. Upon entering his adult life, Wiesel had to overcome devastating loss and the trauma inflicted on him during his time in Nazi concentration camps. After escaping these horrors though, Wiesel became known for his activism, and has become the voice of those who survived the Holocaust through his work on his world-renowned novel, Night. In listening to the powerful and true stories told in Wiesel’s unforgettable novel, Night, we know that the horrors he witnessed and experienced played an enormous role in the
Annie Jean Easley was born April 23, 1933 to Mary Melvina Hoover and Samuel Bird Easley, in Birmingham Alabama. She was raised, along with her older brother, by a single mom. Annie attended schools in Birmingham and graduated high school valedictorian of her class. Throughout high school Annie wanted to be a nurse because she thought that the only careers that were open to African American women at the time were nursing and teaching and she definitely did not want to teach so she settled on being a nurse but as she studied in high school she began thinking about becoming a pharmacist.
Eliezer “Elie” Wiesel was born on September 30, 1928 in Sighet, Romania. He lived with his parents Shlomo and Sarah Wiesel and his three sisters Tzipora, Beatrice, and Hilda. Before, Elie and his family were taken to a concentration camp, he did his religious Judaism studies at a yeshiva. In May 1994 when Elie was only 15 years old his family was taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland. Elie and his father were sent Buna Werke, a labor camp that was apart of Auschwitz were he and his father worked in horrible conditions.
The book i am reading is "NIght" by Elie Wiesel. The topic i chose was health. Many factors contribute to your health, either it being good or bad. When you eat a full three meals every day you stay healthy. When you only get a small portion of bread and soup each day, then you probably will become sick.
“For the dead and the living, we must bear witness.” - Elie Wiesel. Wiesel was a Jew, Holocaust survivor, professor, and writer. As soon as Elie stepped out of the concentration camps after being liberated, he could not find the words to portray what he had just witnessed. Speechless, Elie took the next few years to recollect his thoughts and opinions, and find the right words to describe the horrors beyond the walls of the many concentration camps he was put through.
It 's said that the experiences we have as kids shape who we are as adults, but is this true for Elie Wiesel? In Elie Wiesel 's Night, Wiesel tells the harsh realities he and his father had to face at the concentration camps. In 1944, a fifteen-year-old Wiesel is forced from his home and placed into concentration camps with his father. He deals with unimaginable acts of hatred, death and loss of faith. All of this causes Wiesel 's personality to change throughout the course book.
Elie Wiesel was born on September 30, 1928 in the city called Sighet in Transylvania, which is presently a part of Romania. He had three sisters, two older and one younger, and a father and mother. His two older sisters are Hilda and Beatrice, and his younger is Tzipora. Elie and his family were very religious jews. Their life was busy with their jewish studies and owning a shop that provides for their needs.
Elie Wiesel was very important person, Elie was a survivor of the Holocaust. He was one of the few that wanted to share the story, to let the world know what happened. He has shared his experience of the tragedy in many ways, he given speech, met with world leaders, and wrote books that millions of people have read. He changes thoughts, the way things look to people.
Author Bio Elie Wiesel, born September 30, 1928, is married to Marion Wiesel, who he has one son with. Elie Wiesel is a professor at Boston University in Boston, Massachusetts, he’s also taught at the City University of New York, and was a visiting scholar at Yale. Elie Wiesel is the Advisory Board chairman of the newspaper Algemeiner Journal. Elie Wiesel wrote Night based on his personal experience as a holocaust survivor. Elie Wiesel has received a Nobel Peace Prize, a Congressional Gold Medal, a Presidential Medal of Freedom awarded by George H. W. Bush, and many more awards.
Elizabeth Blackwell’s Contribution to Women in the Medical Field A spark lit by Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell ignited the inspiration of women all throughout the world by her astonishing achievement becoming the United States first female physician. Doing so, Dr. Blackwell established countless opportunities in the medical profession directed towards helping women throughout America. Undertaking her great feat was by no means leisurely nor frivolous, even so, she knew the benefits her sacrifices would formulate. Elizabeth was not always intrigued in joining the medical field until her early adult years of her life.
Gertrude held positions as a lab assistant at the New York Hospital School of Nursing, a research chemist at Johnson & Johnson©, a chemistry and physics substitute in multiple New York City high schools, and lastly as an assistant organic chemist at Denver Chemical Manufacturing Company©. All before she joined Burroughs Wellcome Laboratories (known more commonly today as the GlaxoSmithKline© or gsk©) a pharmaceutical company, where she met George Hitchings, where they began their grueling work towards the future of
A. Attention Getter- I will never forget the day my mom called me and told me that she had found a lump in her breast. She immediately went to get a mammogram, and sure enough, it was breast cancer. B. Credibility – Me and my mom have always been close, but her love and generosity amazes me more and more everyday. C. Audience Relevancy-