Jane Addams




Today we are going to be reminded of how much an individual can do if she puts her mind to it. Jane Addams was such a woman. She worked hard to change the lives of the poor and women. She even won the Nobel Peace Prize. I hope you enjoy the article.



Jane Addams, activist, social worker, author, and Nobel Peace Prize winner, is best remembered as the founder of Hull-House in Chicago, a progressive social settlement that sought to reduce poverty through offering social services and educational opportunities to the poor immigrants and laborers of working-class Chicago. Addams became one of the country’s most prominent women through her settlement work, her writing, and, later, as an international activist for world peace. Click here to read more.



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