Eleanor Roosevelt: The Arc of Her Journey, Part 2

Event Type: Adults
Date: 3/2/2017
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM
 A quiet life for Eleanor Roosevelt is a misnomer for part two of her story. Hounded by the FBI, Eleanorís file is 3,000 pages thick and the KKK has a $25,000 bounty on her head. On the world stage, she discovers that the name ĎUnited Nationsí is an oxymoron. Bridging the gap between prejudice and reality, Eleanor spends the last decades of her life helping the American people open their eyes to blind spots and to have the courage to change. Donít worry if you missed part one of Annís presentation; sheíll recap.

Ann Atkins' books have reached international shores and she has presented for the National Press Club, International Womenís Day in Washington DC, civic groups and universities. Ann has lived and worked in Korea, England and Germany. Her Masterís degree from Boston University encompasses studies at the University of Cambridge. Annís "Flash History Biography" series includes "Eleanor Roosevelt ~ Unleashed", "Golda Meir ~ True Grit", and "Marie Curie ~ A Nobel Life". Ann lives in Philadelphia and is currently working on a novel, "Crucified".
Library: Phoenixville Public Library
Location: Community Education Room
Contact: Mark Pinto
Contact Number: 610-933-3013 x132
Presenter: Ann Atkins, historian & author
Status: Closed
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