Eva Peron was from Argentina. She was born on May 7, 1919 in Los Toldos, Argentina. She died July 26, 1952 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She was married to Juan Peron, who was the President of Argentina. She had no kids in her lifetime. The cause of her death was cancer.
Why is she important to the Latin aMerican history?
She started stage and radio acting at a young age. She inspired many young people because she was colored but still a strong and independent woman. She was never had held a position in government posts but she has established an Eva Peron foundation, which built thousands of schools, hospitals, orphanages, homes, and institutions. Since her husband was the president she helped him with political issues. Eva is also responsible for the passage of the woman suffrage law and formed a feminist party in 1949.
How does she tie into one of the eight themes?
Eva Peron bests fits into the cultural interaction theme. She best fits into the cultural interaction theme because she was an actress and helped her country tremendously. She is also responsible for forming a feminist group, which empowered woman all of the world to not back down. As you can see, Eva was a big help to millions of people around the world.
"My biggest fear in life- to be forgotten."