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        Universal Declaration of Human Rights | The Roosevelts

        In this lesson, students analyze the impact of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Eleanor Roosevelt's influence on it through the video clips from The Roosevelts below, and other online resources. They then develop technology-rich persuasive presentations in an effort to create a "Universal Declaration of Student Human Rights."

        Eleanor Roosevelt: The Early Years

        Eleanor Roosevelt had a very lonely childhood.

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        Eleanor Roosevelt's First Step into Politics

        In 1922 Eleanor Roosevelt speaks at the Democratic Womens Luncheon.

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        Eleanor Strikes Out on Her Own

        In 1921 Eleanor joined the board of women's voters and made new lifelong friends.

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        Eleanor Roosevelt After FDR

        After FDR dies, Eleanor Roosevelt joins the United Nations.

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