The determined woman Barbara Jordan

The determined woman Barbara Jordan(1936-1996)

The determined woman Barbara Jordan
Barbara Jordan

The determined woman Barbara Jordan(1936-1996)

Barbara Charline Jordan was an American lawyer, educator, and politician who was a leader of the Civil Rights Movement.

Barbara Jordan is honored to be the first black woman to win this position in the Senate of Texas. He remained in Democratic Party politics for two decades, impressing everyone with his ability to deliver an influential speech at President Richardson’s hearing in 1974. She retired after three terms as a policy advocate for Congress.

 Early Life and Education:

Barbara Jordan was born on February 21, 1936, in Houston, US. Her father, Benjamin Jordan, was a Baptist minister and clerk at the warehouse, her mother a housekeeper and a church teacher. His grandfather, Edward Patten, has served as a delegate to the Siam, who played an important role in the rebuilding of the black people.

Jordan received his elementary education from Fellowsworth High School. Upon hearing Ed Law Simpson’s speech in Texas, he intended to become a lawyer and began to study in a law college specifically to blacks, where the debate led to a great deal of fame in Houston. Remained.

Jordan received a magna cum laude certificate from Texas Southern University in 1956 and was accepted by the University of Houston’s law school. He succeeded three years later with his two African and one-on-one classes with a law degree. Made my law office in Houston.

Barbara Jordan as State Center: –

Barbara Jordan is a committed woman who volunteered to serve in John F. Candy’s 1960 presidential election. He had previously failed to win the race in the newly formed district of Texas State in 1966, but did not give up on his struggle and won the respect of his peers. He worked diligently to pass the state law of the proper wages of farm laborers, on which Jordan’s comrades elected him their president, which, according to state tradition, served one day as governor on June 10, 1972. given .

Barbara Jordan’s Year in Congress:

Barbara Jordan won the congressional election five months later as a Democrat candidate for Houston’s Eighteenth District and was honored to become the first black American woman to have the honor of being the first black woman in the US House. She was a woman. Jordan was appointed to important positions, including the House Judicial Committee, the first time in American history.

Jordan made a 15-minute preliminary statement during a Judiciary Committee hearing for Richard Nixon in 1974, in which he strongly defended the US Constitution. (Remember, no American black person was given such a prominent position before).

Watergate scandal triggers Nixon’s resignation While Jordan was greatly appreciated and praised for his rhetoric and intellectual integrity. She was given the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention in 1976, the first major honor for a black American woman ۔

Jordan worked diligently on congressional legislation for women’s rights in Congress and upheld a bill supporting the amendment of equal rights, which would have benefits for social protection on the basis of working women on domestic labor۔

Retirement of Barbara Jordan.

 After Jordan retired from Congress in 1979, he became an active public speaker and advocate, as well as an attempt to become a professor of public affairs at the University of Texas. He strongly opposed George Bush’s nomination to the US Supreme Court and remained in his position۔

Last Day of Jordan: –

Jordan, who has struggled throughout her life, struggled with her illness in the last days. He suffered from multiple sclerosis in 1973 but has always been privy to his illness. He was diagnosed with diabetes and cancer. In 1994, he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the country’s highest civilian honor by President Clinton. On January 17, 1996, the determined woman passed away and this historic chapter of the struggle reached its end.

The study obtained: –

Barbara Jordan’s struggle teaches us that courage and hard work earn great rewards, as well as great positions of dedication and determination, love and faith should continue to grow.۔

Kofi Anan Heart-winning Ambassador

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