19th Amendment Changes Lives! Article by Sophie Champ Breaking news for the first time ever women have the ability to vote! This is a huge step for women 's equality throughout the world. After much fighting and arguing for rights, women have come a long way and are very proud of their achievements. After years and years of battling the men who lead the government, the 19th amendment has been ratified.
“Every achievement brings strength to attempt another achievement, another goal, another step of the ladder. “The size of your deam must always exceed your current capacity to achieve them. So, if your dreams don’t care you, they are not big enough.” She was scared by her dreams because they were good enough to challenge her and turn her into a nobel peace prize winner. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is the current president of Liberia and the first female president elected in Africa. Through her great leadership skills and passionate commitment to hard work, Ellen has managed to become one of the top ten best leaders in the world.
The reason why this particular trip is never to be forgotten is that of the impact the trip had on me. I learned a lot from my parent on that day, learned about different cultures and diversities. It was one of the most fun-filled adventures of my life that till date, I still remember it. Although this might be out of context, parents and guardians should try their very best to teach and expose their children to their surrounding environment and cultures. Fun trips like this help kids and teens learn and understand their cultures and environment a whole lot better.
During her entire political career, she accomplished many things such as: promoting human rights and democracy worldwide, the halt of nuclear weapons, and much more. (“Madeleine Albright.”) In summary, Albright stood out to many Americans because she made history, and she was able to contribute to American and international politics. She proved that immigrants are able to contribute to
The Key to Success It takes an immense amount of effort to make a school happy, however this one item can change everything. Seems crazy right? The uniforms were first introduced by Christ Hospital school in 1552. They have been in use for many centuries and has grown to popularity due to these reasons. Uniforms have such an impact that parents take pictures of their kids with their uniforms on during the first day of school according to bbc.com With these positive outlooks on uniforms, it should be necessary for schools to introduce students to uniforms.
That work belonged to the scientist known as Rosalind Franklin. She is the unsung hero of DNA. You might not know that name but you should. She deserves credit and that is what I will do in this book. The discovery of DNA might not sound like much but it has been one of the most important discoveries in science today.
Comparing of Malala Yousafzai and Nelson Mandela The struggle for civil rights and against racism has been one of the most important movements of the 20th century. There are three figures that stands out; Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr. and Nelson Mandela. But now also a young girl from Pakistan has made remarkable changes with her wise words, and near death experience. She has fought for girls’ right to go to school, but also the suppression of women. The young girl is named Malala Yousafzai, and she is going to make the world think twice.
Actresses and movie stars make a lot of money and have fame, making them a huge admiration for teenagers. But they don't even know what they're like in person. In my opinion, admiration is the respect you have for someone you know. To the world, my mom may not have done anything extreme like find the cure for cancer, but to me she has accomplished many things. The woman I admire the most is my mother, Irene Buck, not only for doing all of the dirty work, but for being the woman she is today.
Thinking about the most influential person to me was hard, but then I thought of who’s always helped me in my life, and through obstacles I couldn’t go through alone. Although it took nineteen years for me to realize how influential my mother has been in my life it was an easy choice due to the fact of how amazing my mother is to everyone she meets. My mother simply is one hundred percent the most influential person in my life that has had the biggest impact on me becoming who I am today, and how I am with other people around me, and in my life. I am sure my mother is influential to not just me but my siblings, and some of my cousins. My mother is the one person on both sides of my family to be the most selfless person I know, she absolutely does the most for everyone in the family.
Malala was celebrated in the world as the youngest social activist for female education. All sorts of awards were given to her including the Nobel Prize. Malala became a celebrity meeting with presidents and prime Ministers of many countries including the United States of America. Malala left some ambiguous thoughts in minds of many because Pakistan as nation had endured and strived against terrorism as no other nation did. Women were widowed; children were orphaned, displaced, and brutally killed.