She was popularly viewed around the world as being excellent. Helen has also accomplished so many great things throughout her life. Helen Keller was famous by overcoming struggles and accomplishing many things such as learning how to read and write which are reasons why she has inspired various historical figures. Helen Keller was famous at a very young age. She was deaf and blind before the age of two.
Anthony, a rising leader in the woman's suffrage movement, made outstanding contributions for women to gain the right to vote. Susan was a leading force in merging the Woman's Right Society and the Anti-Slavery Society into one organization named American Equal Rights Association. Susan could hardly gain these achievements without her important partner, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, who encouraged her to reside the meeting and collaborated with her on various movements for many years. The first meeting that could be regarded as the warm-up of the woman's suffrage movement was held in the home of Stanton, whose enthusiasm and leadership had a significant impact on Susan. Susan remained unmarried during her lifetime and devoted much of her time to the cause of woman’s rights.
Marilyn Monroe was born with the name Norma Jeane but then in 1956 she legally changed her name to the name we all know her by, Marilyn Monroe. Marilyn was in and out of foster homes throughout her childhood. Although, there are many iconic and influential people in the world Marilyn Monroe has been the most influential. Marilyn Monroe was often described as very sweet, humble, and generous. She was very intelligent.
Lois Lowry, an American writer who wrote more than twenty inspiring books for children and the most famous books she ever wrote was the giver and gathering blue. Each book has a different protagonist but both of them have been written in the future era. She wanted to write books as it was her passion and she has taught many young readers on how to deal with social and political life. She is best known for writing books on expressing realistic life experience. The two books I read were The giver and Gathering Blue, these two books talk on how she wants society to become a better place in the future.
This book walks you through how Shane embarks on her very first research project and we also get to see the theories, methods, and skills used by ethnographic researchers. I can’t imagine that writing a book in this format on such a topic was an easy thing to do but she did an amazing job at informing all the readers using humor to relay her message. I can’t recall ever reading an introductory book however, it is clear that the amount of information author Sally Campbell Galman provided was extensive. Shane, The Lone Ethnographer has eight chapters and at least three out of the eight included steps for the framework. A few of the other chapters included additional need to know steps on things like collection methods, analyzing data, and results.
El Deafo In Cece Bell's graphic novel, El Deafo, she shares a her story using humor about the difficulty of growing up with a hearing loss. She comes down with meningitis and Cece’s impairment makes her different than her classmates and friends. While she did have a hearing aid it was still difficult for her to decipher word without lip reading. Throughout the novel readers learn about the communication struggles that Cece faced. After becoming deaf, Cece’s life changes drastically from the moment she begins to wear a hearing aid.The theme is acceptance.
There is also a bias against disabled people from the aspect of people think they will be entitled to win the awards because of that person’s disability. This is the most saddening part, that even the people without disability recognize the mistreatment of the disabled but still choose to hold them up as figures of inspiration regardless. In my research I came across another Ted Talk about disability by a woman named Susan Robinson. As someone who is legally blind she talks about her disability and how it affects her and society. Susan speaks about how important it is for everyone, not just the disabled, to figure out what their true strengths are and to use those strengths to their advantage at all times.
Her accomplishments were recognized by many media organizations like the NBC Today Show, ABC, CBS, and CNN. Her story had also been narrated by many magazines like Times and People. In conclusion, deafness is a disability that affects millions of people around the world, but with hard work and dedication anyone can do great in life. Heather was an outstanding woman who was determined to accomplish her dreams. Her disability gave her the motivation to go very far in life and she would not change anything about it.
Helen Keller is one of the most recognized blind and deaf person to exist. No one really talks about her illness that caused loss of hearing and sight. She was a very smart girl and she learned very quickly at her school. Although her communication was limited, she was a very understanding person. When Helen was only 19 months old, she got very sick.
Alice Paul was a significant leader for fighting for women’s right to vote, because her braver and she had not given up. I have chosen to study Alice Paul, because she was a strong and brave women. When she was older her mother had brought Alice along to National American Women Suffrage Association to the meeting, and Alice enjoyed them.The NAWSA was supporting equal rights and the vote for women. That is exactly Alice Paul what Alice Paul did in her later life time. This group is what had started every thing she had done.
As a profoundly deaf women, my experiences have shown me that the impossible is indeed possible (AZ Quotes). Those words were spoken by someone who broke barriers and changed the face of the pageant industry. Heather Whitestone is Miss America’s first winner with a disability (Miss America). Encountering numerous challenges, Whitestone fought through the pain and found her strength. Heather Whitestone was born on February 24, 1973 in Dothan, a small town in Alabama (Deaf Is… Culture).