Fictional Writing - Drawing from your inspiration of the tour of Val-Kil, and after studying the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, write a fictional story from the point of view of someone whose human right is being taken away or someone who’s advocating for a particular human right.
Eleanor Roosevelt was the ambassador to the United Nations, a civil rights activist, the First Lady, writer, journalist, mother, grandmother, feminist, teacher, courageous woman, proprietor, presidential advisor, and a volunteer for the Red Cross.
What is the value in doing so many different things?
Today we went to Val-kill and learned about Eleanor Roosevelt and how she affected humans rights. One particular right that stood out to me. Education. I found myself reflecting back on my experiences with education and the women of India.
I have found that throughout my lifetime I have always been hesitant to use the phrase...
Imagine you are having dinner with Eleanor and/or Franklin Roosevelt in preparation for a big speech about a matter of importance. What advice would you ask them? What advice would they give? Write this conversation as a dialogue. Then, try composing your speech!
In this corner, I sit. This is just a fraction of my long life although it could turn into eternity. An eternity of sitting. But, it is doubtful, this place will turn to dust, just as others before. Still, this time here has been… less than pleasant. They come into the room, almost everyday they come. Different faces, yet a...