Betty Bumpers: Champion of Childhood Immunization and Peace explores the significance of Bumpers' work, situating her story within the context of the history and society of the late twentieth century. Her advocacy highlights social change through connecting and inspiring women, with prominent work in peacemaking, health, and justice. Her personal legacy emphasizes the importance of family bonds, community cooperation, and progressive citizenship in American public and private life.
|Publication date:||18th July 2013|
|Author:||Anna L. Eblen, Martha Jane Eblen|
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers an imprint of Rowman & Littlefield|
|Categories:||Biography: general, Immunology,|
Anna Eblen is professor of communication at Western Washington University. She is co-editor of Women Who Speak for Peace (R&L 2002) and author of numerous articles and papers. Martha Jane Eblen is vice president of Eblen Short Stop Stores and a community leader in Asheville, NC. She has co-authored several papers on women in leadership.More About Anna L. Eblen, Martha Jane Eblen