Hillary Diane Rodham was born in Chicago, Illinois,
on October 26, 1947 and is an extraordinary and caring human being.
When she was a young student she organized food
drives. She served in student government and was a member of the National Honor
Society. She was a member of the local Methodist youth group and was also a Girl
Scout. As First Lady, she is now serving as the President of the Girls Scouts of
America. Throughout her child hood, she did community service and helped people
in various situations. In 1969, she enrolled in Yale Law School; there she
developed a strong concern for protecting the interests of children and
In her twelve years as the First Lady of Arkansas,
she founded Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families. She introduced
Arkansas' Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youth and worked extremely hard
on the behalf of children and families. Because of this she was Arkansas Woman
of the Year in 1984. In 1997, Hillary Clinton hosted two important conferences
on children's issues. She played a very strong role at the White House
Conference on Early Childhood Development and Learning.
The White House Conference on ChildCare caught the
attention to the struggle our nation's working parents. This conference played
an important role in developing the President's historic childcare initiative.
This was the largest investment in childcare in our nation's history. This
conference was to make child care better, safer and more affordable for American
Hillary has also worked to re-form our nation's
foster care system and to help promote adoption. Hillary has focused on making
it easier for children to move from foster care to permanent homes and to
increase the number of adoptions. From Europe to Asia, Africa to Latin America,
Hillary takes her message of human rights and health care all around the world.
While on her trip, Hillary Push for human rights. She has also been a leading
voice for democracy building for women's rights.
In conclusion, Hillary Clinton has worked hard for
the well being of children and families across the globe.
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