First Lady Michelle Obama Answers Your Questions
Michelle Obama

Get the latest from FLOTUS, follow: http://www.twitter.com/MichelleObamaThe First Lady answered a few questions you all sent her via Twitter—check out what she said about her role models, hopes for her daughters, tips for getting kids to eat healthy and more.

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Michelle Obama: First Lady Michelle Obama Answers Your Questions

February 14, 2012 (about 8 years ago)

Get the latest from FLOTUS, follow: http://www.twitter.com/MichelleObamaThe First Lady answered a few questions you all sent her via Twitter—check out what she said about her role models, hopes for her daughters, tips for getting kids to eat healthy and more.

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Michelle Obama: Remarks by the First Lady at an Event with Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Students

May 25, 2011 (almost 9 years ago)

First Lady Michelle Obama visits the EGA students and answers their questions about her being the First Lady of the US and being a mother to Sasha and Malia.

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Source: The White House

Eleanor Roosevelt: Speech Delivered in Sydney, Australia

September 7, 1943 (over 76 years ago)

Eleanor Roosevelt talks about a post-war plan for all the world, elaborating on the four freedoms that her husband, U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt, had spoken of in his State of the Union Address earlier that year.

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Eleanor Roosevelt: Speech at the Phi Beta Kappa Association Founders' Day Dinner

February 25, 1949 (about 71 years ago)

Eleanor Roosevelt talks about the work of the United Nations towards its oft-stated goal, the securing of world peace. She emphasizes how crucial it is for the UN to be an organization that possesses force, and shares anecdotes from her meetings as chairperson of the Human Rights Commission to i...

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Eleanor Roosevelt: Speech Delivered in Canberra, Australia

September 4, 1943 (over 76 years ago)

Eleanor Roosevelt delivered this speech in the Parliament House of Australia at a state banquet that was held in her honor, during which she was presented with a specially created copy of Captain James Cook's journal. She speaks words of gratitude and encouragement to the Australian people, comm...

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Eleanor Roosevelt: Speech to the Democratic National Convention Urging Support for the United Nations

July 22, 1952 (over 67 years ago)

Eleanor Roosevelt carries on her husband's last will: the obtaining of support for the United Nations. In this speech, she responds to critics by charging them with shortsightedness and selfishness, and insists on the organization's capacity to foster understanding and peace.

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Eleanor Roosevelt: Keynote Address to the New York Democratic State Convention

September 3, 1946 (over 73 years ago)

Eleanor Roosevelt talks about the relevance of the Democratic Party's progressive ideals to the unique demands of a post-war period, and challenges New York democrats to work to win over independent votes, which she believed was growing to become the deciding factor in elections.

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Michelle Obama: 2011 United States Military Academy Commenement Address

May 20, 2011 (almost 9 years ago)

First Lady Michelle Obama speaks to the graduates of West Point and gives them the assurance that as long as everyone is working together, whether inside or outside the country, America will prosper.

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Eleanor Roosevelt: Speech Delivered in Jakarta, Indonesia

March 26, 1952 (about 68 years ago)

Eleanor Roosevelt talks about her work in the United Nations - her fears, struggles and triumphs, and in closing, touches on the work waiting to be done.

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Eleanor Roosevelt: What Libraries Mean To The Nation

April 1, 1936 (about 84 years ago)

Eleanor Roosevelt talks to the District of Columbia Library Association about the library needs of urban and rural areas, needs which could be said to be poles apart.

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