An American Hero: Susan B. Anthony

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American Hero: Susan B. Anthony
By Victoria N. Huynh
There are a lot of heroes in the world and each one is special in their own way. Some people think that only men can be heroes, but there are also many women heroes that have also impacted the world. There are heroes that impacted the world, but there are also heroes that have impacted America. American heroes are just as important as world heroes and if I had to pick just one American Hero that has inspired me most I would choose Susan B. Anthony.

My definition of heroism is bravery, determination, and also leadership. Bravery because to stand up for what you believe in you have to be brave. Determination because during the road to getting what they believe in there are bumps in the road and to get to what they believe in they have to be determined so they won’t let anyone deter them. Leadership because a hero can’t just accomplish what they want without others to help them and to lead those people a hero has to have leadership.

Five characteristics I think every hero has is bravery, determination, leadership, helpfulness, and willing to sacrifice. Susan B. Anthony was brave because she did so many things that women didn’t dare to do like illegally vote and she also took part in the Underground Railroad to help people escape from slavery both things that could’ve gotten her into big trouble. Susan B. Anthony was determined because she didn’t stop when people said, “No”, but she kept going. Susan B. Anthony was also a leader because she led and organized a lot of protest marches and to do that she had to be able to make decisions and take charge. Susan B. Anthony was also helpful because she opened the door for women and people that came from other cultures to have the same equal rights as men. Susan B. Anthony was also willing to sacrifice her time...
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