I had little interest in aviation most of my life, but my tomboyish nature started as a girl. I had always took interest in successful woman, having a scrapbook of them moving their way up in male oriented fields when I was little. It wasn’t until I attended a stunt-flying exhibition with my friend I took interest. The pilot had said, "Watch me make them scamper," about us and I had stayed
She was known widely as an inspirational figure to all people. Among the many honors Keller received for her lifelong dedication to simplifying the life of handicapped people, some of the major achievements included being invited to the White House by every single president from Grover Cleveland to Lyndon B. Johnson. Keller was also awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Lyndon B. Johnson. Helen Keller was a remarkable person in American history because despite being handicapped, Keller dedicated her life to assisting others and speaking about her experiences, which motivated people to embrace the life they had. Throughout her life, Helen Keller contributed to numerous charities and organizations, some of the main being the ACLU, the American Civil Liberties Union, the AFB, the American Foundation for the Blind, and the Helen Keller Endowment Fund.
Amelia Earhart and the women of WASP often felt the same about flying, “By the time I had got two or three hundred feet off the ground, I knew I had to fly,” Amelia Earhart said after riding in her first plane ride. Women of WASP often loved the freedoms that came with flying but it was also hard work according to one of the female pilots, “I loved every minute of it but it was not was easy. It was hard work, and I came back from trips pretty tired.” Not only did Amelia Earhart and the women of WASP enjoy flying but it also took hard work to get their flying licenses and prove themselves to men. Before the women of WASP became women of WASP they had to do sixty to seventy hours of primary training to advance to be allowed to be in WASP. Some men were not sure that the program would last however they came to the realization women could fly just as well as women at least according to Arnold who said "Now in 1944, it is on the record that women can fly as well as
She is influential even to this day as her courage and honestly have inspired millions. Even though she was never given the chance to "work in the world for mankind", she has done a lot for those who suffered through the Holocaust and the rest of the world alike. This means that Anne Frank lives on through her diary, and through those it helps and inspires. To reiterate, Anne Frank's legacy is her life, her diary and the courage and hope she showed during one of the darkest times in history. Most importantly though, she lives on in the hearts of the hundreds, thousands and millions of those that her words have inspired and will inspire in the future.
The other characters in the story saw Mrs. Mallard’s death as she how she couldn’t control the joy she had when she saw that her husband was still alive. For Mrs. Mallard it was better to live an hour of happiness and freedom than to live in the shadow of her husband. Mrs. Mallard joy and freedom had now been taken away from her in a matter of an hour. People will say Mrs. Mallard died happy because she got the freedom she always wanted right before she passed away. Many women in that era would have loved to experience the joy and freedom that came from not being in the shadow of their husbands, but being equal with them.
During that same time, Monroe entered a New York psychiatric clinic. After her brief hospitalization there she returned to the Fox studio to work on a film, but her erratic behavior betrayed severe emotional disturbance, and the studio discharged her in June 1962 (“Marilyn”). Marilyn Monroe was found dead in her Los Angeles bungalow on August 5, 1962, an empty bottle of sleeping pills by her side (“Marilyn”). Marilyn was just 36 years old when she died (“Marilyn”). Before her death she went to a interview for LIFE magazine and she was the top-billed actress of the decade, and her films grossed $200 million by 1962 (Marilyn UXL).
Ray participated in a race from London to Sydney when she was 79 years old, which shows that even when she was an elder she did the thing she loved the most, flying. Moreover, when Maggie Ray was testing a plane, there were severe complications and it started to quiver, her comrades told her to escape the plane as they thought she couldn’t land it, but instead she stayed and landed peacefully
Due to her injury she was unable to compete in several events. Throughout her senior career, Gabby competed in competitions around the globe, including Italy, Japan, and performed at Madison Square Garden. In 2012 she secured the only guaranteed the only secured spot on the Womens Olympic gymnastics team by placing first in all-around
Although Canada was not attacked, the war had an enormous impact on Canada. Because the men were sent out of the country to fight the war, a dramatic changes occurred to women at home. They played a major role during World War II, taking on many new jobs and changing their identity. The attitudes to the role of women in the services changed in that initially, there was a reluctance to allow women into new fields of employment but as the war progressed, however, it became evident that if the country was to make the most of its resources, women’s contributions would be vital. One would not think of fashion trends when thinking about the wars, but it was important to the women at the time “as the uniform shaped soldiers, so did the uniform shape the military.
As soon as Carol and Bill hit it off, Carol receives a message from her daughter, Katherine, who has not came to visit her in a while and spends time with her. She starts building new relationships and renewing relationships. I believe its never too early or too late in life to do such. Bill passes away from an unknown condition, and Carol was not able to say goodbye to him. She reveals to her daughter there is not point of getting attached to anyone if death is certain to happen, which I found to be the most touching part of the movie.
She was told she wouldn 't be able to do anything with science because she was a women and then she went to space! She continues to inspire others by speaking to schools and giving back to her community. Today, Dr. Ellen Ochoa currently serves as the director of the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. She is the first Hispanic to serve in this role and the second woman. Dr. Ochoa is married to Coe Miles, a property attorney and they have two
Three years later, Reagan proposed to Nancy and they married on March 4th 1952. After the wedding, Nancy lived as a full time wife and a homemaker; although, she continued to act occasionally. She managed to finish three films, including one being paired with her husband on screen romantically: Hellcats of the Navy. The film the couple featured in was a World War II submarine drama. Completing television program guestings in the early 1960s, Nancy left the acting business to focus on raising her family.
The life and disappearance of Amelia Earhart is a mystery and still fascinating to others 75 years later. Candace Fleming digs deep on finding information on what happened to her, where 'd she go and about her. We know the basics that she was born in Atchison,Kasas was born July 24th,1897 and of course the first female pilot to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. It was at Long Beach air show in 1920 where Amelia took a plane ride for 10mins, But when she landed she knew she had to learn how to fly. Amelia wanted to take flying lessons but needed money, she worked various jobs till she earned enough money.
After we moved I learned about Amelia Earhart in school and decided that I wanted to become a pilot and travel the world. Two years later we moved back up to Oregon but more towards Portland this time. A little while later I my mom told me that I was very good at arguing and that I should be on the debate team. After that I found out that lawyers have a big salary
They were married for eighteen years and got divorced in 1980, my mom was in the fourth grade. In 1982, on Valentine 's Day she married my Papa Mackey. At the end of that school year they moved to Norman Oklahoma. When my mom was a senior in high school it turned out my Granny had colon cancer and had a fifty-fifty shot at living. She went through chemo and thankfully she pulled through and is still here.