Join Dr. Gary Hylander, PhD as he presents a lecture on the life and work of Eleanor Roosevelt. The longest-serving First Lady of the United States, Roosevelt was also a politician, diplomat, humanitarian, activist, and prolific writer who served as Chair of the United Nations Human Rights Commission and Director of the Bureau of Women's Activities, among many other noted accomplishments. Dr. Hylander will bring his uniquely engaging style as he enlightens us on the life of one of the most influential leaders of the 20th century.
Dr. Gary Hylander, PhD is a scholar and professor who has taught at Stonehill College and Framingham State University and lectures for many cultural and educational forums including the Norton Institute for Continuing Education (NICE).
Program and refreshments sponsored by the Friends of the Norton Public Library.