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Eleanor Roosevelt grew up in a wealthy family. She was raised by her grandparents.
Eleanor taught at girls school in NY and volunteered for the Red Cross.
Eleanor married FDR in 1905 and became the first lady in 1933.
Eleanor used her role as first lady to hold press conferences and to try to help others. She spoke out for women everywhere.
She became the US representative to the United Nations in 1945 and helped draft the Human Rights Declaration.
Eleanor Roosevelt: -Helped women get equal pay for equal work - Spoke up for poor, minorities and youth -Believed everyone should be treated with dignity - Helped draft rules to protect humans around the world
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