Clara Burton is one of the most admired women in history. Clara Barton, famous and honored in her lifetime, bravely earned a place in American History for spending much of her life helping others. Along her many accomplishments, she is remembered as a fantastic woman. Utterly, the most significant event of her life was founding the American Red Cross because it impacts the lives of people to this day. Providing practical relief, the American Red Cross supports communities after a disaster strikes.
Saving lives is what the nurses in the Civil War did best. There ongoing dedication to helping the wounded and dying soldiers never wavered. Through all of the difficulties they faced with being a woman they still soldiered on in their own ways. The volunteered nurses served as heroes of the medical field. They revolutionized the Civil War with their knowledge and ability to save lives.
She fought for her rights, and nellie Bly is remembered today as America’s best reporter and a self-sufficient, benevolent woman who worked hard to earn her title. She thrived and cultivated in the stubborn, considerate person who many people supported. Her actions inspired other women to be reporters and for them to be accepted. Throughout her entire life, Nellie Bly suffered and persevered through all her difficulties, gaining many admirers and fame for her generosity and
Suzy Zail’s work of the Holocaust based historical fiction, The Wrong Boy, shows us how the main character, Hanna, survived this tragic wartime due to her resilience and courage for herself and most importantly the people she loved throughout the 256 paged book. The novel portrays the struggles that each key character, inside and out of the concentration camp or ghetto, had experience in their life or even just in the time of the Holocaust. Hanna, one of the many people who were captured by the Holocaust, is definitely a survivor. Her survival strategies were not only smart but truly moving. At the very start of the novel, Hanna is a brilliant and talented young girl whose life revolves around a Piano Forte.
“Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.” Princess Diana did many things to help the people of the world. The Princess helped the people who had leprosy. Diana 's legacy lives on because she was special, and unlike any other member of the royal family that had ever lived. She always thought that her life was unhappy because of her bulimia. Diana had a history of bulimia, and there have been reports that she threw herself down a staircase in a suicide attempt as well.
She created a lasting legacy that people around the world continue to remember. Overcoming the problems with her family allowed her to become the strong, fearless lady that she was. Because of her skill and determination, she was able to reestablish the Protestant religion and defeat the Spanish Armada. Queen Elizabeth I was as tough as any man, and she proved to be when she ruled without the help of a husband. Elizabeth’s accomplishments before and during her reign are what make her a remarkable queen who will remembered for years to
Florence Nightingale and Catherine McCauley are inspirational figures that many people look up to, even until this day. Both women have made a huge difference in changing lives by nursing patients back to health. Their work focused primarily on physically heal those who were injured, as well as maintaining their mental health by providing emotional support. These strong powerful women had the common goal of assisting the poor and putting their own lives at risk just to save lives of many other innocent civilians. ENDING SENTENCE Primarily, national news channels explain poverty around the world almost every week, and this problem has not been solved due to economic concerns.
At the time I was 5 I didn’t knew what to do but cry, praying to god to help my family. I hold much respect for my mother, she had 3 jobs, my father had 2 but was alcoholic, he would sometimes make excuses to leave and drink. The whole side of my father 's family hated my mother they didn 't even want my parents to get married, but except one person, my abuela. My abuelita was a strong, independent woman not other than that she was a kind generous woman. She even broke into a hospital to see me be born, I loved my abuelita she was a second mom to
Even through all of the hardships, Antonia was able to stay positive and upbeat and handle all of the challenges she was presented. Antonia was also portrayed as strong-willed throughout her journey. Even when Mr. Shimerda committed suicide, Antonia did not give up. She set her life, future and goals aside and worked long and hard days in the field to help support her family through the the hard and rough times of living their lives as immigrants on the prairie. "School is all right for little boys.
Many forgot how old Anne was because she provided our society with so much knowledge of her time spent in hiding. Even while being shoveled from one concentration camp to the next Anne revealed her strong side instead of her youthful frightened side. Anne says, "The weak fall, but the strong will remain and never go under." Anne knew she had to be strong in this tough world which she made her life known to everyone through the dynamic hope and strength she exemplified in her
Every time I read it, I discover more about who she was in God. She started off as an insecure woman. Her heart was worn from heartbreak from the lack of reciprocated love and the insecurities that haunted her every day. She was a woman of God but that did not mean her life would be easy. It was quite the opposite.
On September 24, 2013, my mother was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer. I was only a freshman in high school and I was completely and utterly devastated. Through her journey of countless surgeries, chemo and radiation treatments, and heartbreak, my burning passion of becoming a doctor has continued to grow. I will be honest, I once was the student who earned all A 's and one or two B 's, and although I always cared for my grades, I never put in as much effort as I could have given. Stage 3 breast cancer took numerous things away from the strong woman who raised me, but when I received the news that she would be okay, I gained a great amount of determination and commitment.
She had five children when she fell ill and was devastated to learn her radium treatments left her unable to have more. She was protective of her family’s feelings, by keeping her cancer a secret from them so as not to worry them. Her family described her as an outgoing and beautiful woman of God. Henrietta and I have very little in common. I’ve never experienced prejudice because of my skin color or lived in a