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My Day

My Day was a newspaper column that was written by first lady literary agent, encouraged her to write the column.[1]

My Day influenced many Americans. Women felt empowered by learning Eleanor Roosevelt's opinion. She also gave African Americans a sense of hope for the future.


  1. ^ The Press: First Lady's Home Journal. TIME, Monday, March 8, 1937

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