Eleanor Roosevelt: The Arc of Her Journey with Ann Atkins
This intimate review of Eleanor’s journey reveals the story of rising above a broken childhood to living a life that dared to challenge injustice and shake the status quo of society. First Lady for thirteen years, Eleanor redefines and expands this role to a position of power. Using her influence, she champions for Jews, African Americans and women. Presenter Ann Atkins has lived in Korea, England, and Germany and her career has included college instructor, counselor and director of a family support center. Her master’s degree in counseling from Boston University encompassed studies at the University of Cambridge. Ann lives in the Philadelphia area enjoying her family, hiking, reading and a cup of good coffee.
Date & Time
March 24, 2016
6:30PM - 7:30PM