How Women Have Changed Society
Women over the years have changed society, from marilyn monroe, to eva peron, to anne frank, these women have changed the way people thought about education, rights, and the working community.
Marilyn Monroe was an actress,model,and inspiration to girls everywhere. she was born in 1926 and passed away in 1962.
Marilyn Monroe was a successful women, in 1946 was a pivotal year for Marilyn, she divorced her young husband and changed her name from the boring Norma Baker to the more glamorous Marilyn Monroe (after her grandma). She took drama lessons and got her first movie contract with Twentieth Century Fox. Her first ...view middle of the document...
To her supporters she was a saint who strove to overcome poverty and injustice. To her detractors she was a controversial figure at the heart of Argentina. Eva was important because she made big progress in making the poverty rate decrease and to get equal rights for women. she encouraged women to run schools from their homes for public people that couldn't go to normal school.
Eva showed reasons and had support from her husband, which was a governor, to help provide women's rights around the community and their country.
she didn't have a very large impact on the working community since women had limited rights she could not help enforce jobs for girls without the help of her husband. Anne Frank
Anne Frank was a young but mature 13 year old girl born in germany but was jewish, was not liked by germany.
born in germany moved to holland for business purposes.
she and her family had hid from the germans for months she wrote in a journal to tell about her life and experiences,it was inspirational because it meant never give up on your dreams, always try and get through the hardest of times.
Frank was important because she told what it was really like in that time and what germans really did to people,how they were forced to live and the suffering they endured.
she changed it by having her father publish her diary and teaching kids about the holocaust and the importance of it, what they endured and suffered through.
she did not change women's rights very much since she was not accepted by anyone...