Eleanor Roosevelt Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Eleanor Roosevelt

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Biography Of Eleanor Roosevelt
Real Name Eleanor Roosevelt
Profession First Ladies
Famous as Wife of American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Activist and Promoter of New Deal
Nationality American
Religion Episcopalian
Political Ideology Democratic
Personal life of Eleanor Roosevelt
Born on 11 October 1884
Birthday 11th October
Died At Age 78
Sun Sign Libra
Born in New York City
Died on 07 November 1962
place of death New York City
Ideology Democrats
Cause of Death Tuberculosis
Family Background of Eleanor Roosevelt
Father Elliott Bulloch Roosevelt
Mother Anna Rebecca Hall
Siblings Elliott Bulloch Roosevelt, Jr., Gracie Hall Roosevelt
Spouse/Partner Franklin D. Roosevelt
Children Elliott Roosevelt, Anna Roosevelt Halsted, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr., James Roosevelt, John Aspinwall Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.
Education Finishing school
Personal life of Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt was the wife of former American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the First Lady of the United States from 1933 to 1945. After the death of President Roosevelt, Eleanor rose to fame with her work related to women’s empowerment, New Deal coalition and as a writer, public speaker and political activist. She was a keen political figure who had chaired the John F. Kennedy administration’s path breaking committee that brought the start of second-wave feminism.

Her role as the chairman of the Presidential Commission on the Status of Women from 1961 to 1962 made her rank in the top ten of the Gallup’s List of Most Widely Admired People of the 20th Century. Eleanor Roosevelt was a powerful figure who played a significant role in co-founding the NGO, Freedom House and supporting the formation of the United Nations. She worked hard to bring positive changes in statuses of working women.

She was a woman of various roles. She was invited by President Harry S. Truman and confirmed by the United States Senate to become a delegate to the UN General Assembly from 1945 and 1952. Eleanor Roosevelt rose much higher than being just the wife of President Roosevelt as she not only supported her husband’s New Deal policies but also became a prominent advocate of America’s civil rights.

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