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  1. Mary Jane McLeod Bethune fue una educadora, filántropa, luchadora humanitaria y activista de los derechos humanos americana. Bethune fundó el Consejo Nacional de Mujeres Negras en 1935 y estableció el periódico insignia de la organización, el American Women’s Journal. Presidió y fue líder de infinidad de organizaciones de mujeres afroamericanas incluyendo la Asociación Nacional de Clubes de Mujeres de Color y la National Youth Administration Negro Division. También fue ...

  2. 1. Mary Jane McLeod Bethune (born Mary Jane McLeod; July 10, 1875 – May 18, 1955 [1]) was an American educator, philanthropist, humanitarian, womanist, [2] and civil rights activist. Bethune founded the National Council of Negro Women in 1935, established the organization's flagship journal Aframerican Women's Journal, [3] [4] and presided as ...

    • Educator, philanthropist, humanitarian, civil rights activist
    • Albertus Bethune, ​ ​(m. 1898; sep 1907)​
  3. The daughter of former slaves, Mary Jane McLeod Bethune became one of the most important black educators, civil and women’s rights leaders and government officials of the twentieth century. The college she founded set educational standards for today’s black colleges, and her role as an advisor to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt gave African Americans an advocate in government.

  4. Mary McLeod Bethune, (born July 10, 1875, Mayesville, South Carolina, U.S.—died May 18, 1955, Daytona Beach, Florida), American educator who was active nationally in African American affairs and was a special adviser to U.S. Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt on the problems of minority groups. Mary McLeod was the daughter of formerly enslaved people.

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  5. Mary McLeod Bethune Statuary Fund, Inc. As one of the most important and celebrated figures in American history, Mary McLeod Bethune received countless awards and honors during her lifetime and her work and legacy are still being perpetuated today. In 1973, Bethune was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame.

  6. In 1904, with only $1.50 to her name, Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, founded the Daytona Educational and Industrial Training School for Negro Girls (now, Bethune-Cookman University). Throughout her life, Dr. Bethune sought to uplift and to buttress the lives of Black Americans through education, organizations, politics, and strong leadership.

  7. 09/07/2022 · Mary McLeod Bethune nació el 10 de julio de 1875 en Mayesville, Carolina del Sur, Estados Unidos. Padres Fue la decimoquinta de los diecisiete hijos de Patsy McIntosh y de Samuel McLeod. Se crio en una granja de arroz y algodón en el seno de una familia de antiguos esclavos. Estudios

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