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Write a thorough paper about Sophonisba Breckinridge as a social worker,

social reformer and agent of social agent addressing her: a. Biographical information. This section will provide a biographical profile of your subject highlighting the developmental experiences that shaped or influenced your person in becoming a leader or change agent. It will include the historic era in which they were born and subsequent environmental influences. b. “The Problem or Challenge”. These will presents the challenge or problem(s) that were confronted, the “target for change”. How did your person experience or view the situation, what was his/her motivation for change? Who was expected to benefit from the change, and what were the forces to preserve the status quo? c. Strategy/what happen? What was the strategy for change, what did your person do and why? How effective was the action? Who were the opponents, supporters and allies? What were the immediate outcomes? d. Legacy. Has been the lasting impact of the change efforts, if so what has it been? Was it what was expected or different? e. Any other contributions that made her unique and interesting to study f. Your personal and general view h. Summary of your presentation

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HISTORICAL PERSON PROPOSAL Sophonisba Breckinridge was born on 1 April, 1866 in Lexington, Kentucky . She was an American activist and social reformer. She belongs to a family which had a long history of public service. Her father was a US congressman and her grandfather was former Attorney General. She graduated from the Wellesley College in 1888 and earned a PhD in political science and economics from the University of Chicago in 1901. She also completed her law degree at the University of Chicago Law School. She was the first woman to be admitted to the bar and practice law in Kentucky. She played an active role in various reforms to include women education, labor laws, child protection, immigration, and African American civil rights – she helped in the establishment of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). She worked for organizations opposing wars and violence, the Progressive Party (US political party 1912-1936). She also fought for women voting rights. Before 1913 women don’t have any voting right. Among her legacy, is fighting against discrimination in America. I have chosen her for various qualities that she possessed as a social reformer. By helping to establish NAACP, she was never afraid of problems that came in her way. She continuously promoted social welfare, worked hard for the rights of woman as well as black people, encouraged people to participate in various social reforms and made social welfare as a profession. She was an inspiration for us in the field of social welfare. She is known for her good deeds. Her contribution to the American society is valuable. She worked for the welfare of society throughout her life. 2
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