ELEANOR ROOSEVELT Presented by Jeffrey Urbin of the FDR Presidential Library & Museum

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Kent Public Library
Program Room

Event Details

Come celebrate Women's History Month with a fascinating talk on one of our most beloved First Ladies! Many remember Eleanor Roosevelt’s distinguished career in two parts: First Lady of the United States and “First Lady of the World.” Her work at the UN and the social and political contributions she made here in our own country have been clearly and extensively documented. But what forces forged her keen mind and compassionate soul?

Jeffrey Urbin of the FDR Presidential Library details some of the behind-the-scenes and little known forces that shaped Mrs. Roosevelt into our longest serving and most actively involved First Lady and have made her an inspiration to others around the world.

Event Type(s): Adult Program
Age Group(s): Adults

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