Topic: Eleanor Roosevelt
Women's History Month began Tuesday, and the White House released the 'first comprehensive federal report on the status of women' since 1963.
03/01/2011 09:10 pm
Former Nazi prisoner Stéphane Hessel argues that figures like Martin Luther King Jr. prove that hope mixed with an 'unwillingness to compromise on human rights' can defeat oppression.
01/17/2011 12:57 pm
Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt shared “one of the most interesting and radical marriages in history," contends biographer Hazel Rowley.
12/16/2010 06:05 am
December 7, 1941, now known as Pearl Harbor day, arrived as the country remained hopeful for peace. President Franklin Roosevelt reacted to the intense day with 'deadly calm,' his wife Eleanor would later recall.
12/07/2010 02:09 pm
A Christian Science perspective.
11/16/2010 08:35 am
Sexist attitudes in the media toward female candidates don't just hurt women, they hurt all of us – lowering public discourse and damaging political representation. It's time to push back.
10/27/2010 06:10 pm
Michelle Obama is a Democratic asset on the campaign trail. Which other first ladies have had sharp campaign instincts?
10/19/2010 04:12 pm
Forbes magazine ranked Michelle Obama ahead of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and GOP figure Sarah Palin.
10/07/2010 01:33 pm
The achievements of "The Good Earth" author Pearl Buck are now largely overlooked.
07/06/2010 10:56 am
Garry Davis renounced his US citizenship 62 years ago and declared himself "World Citizen No. 1." Why would he do that?
07/05/2010 12:39 pm