Golda Meir An Israeli prime minister
Intelligent She went to Milwaukee’s Fourth Street Elementary School. She also went to North Division High Schoolfor 1 term. She was a librarian at the local branch library, at the same time she was teaching part time in a neighborhood. Which was called the Yiddish Folk School. Golda had a full time job as a staff member at Poale Zion at a salary of 15$. She also stood on the street corner as a speaker for the Zionist cause. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Outspoken Outspoken Golda Meir had said a speech with her own opinion. It had said, “if we have to have a choice between being dead and pitted, or being alive with a bad image. I would rather be alive with a bad image.” she was being very outspoken. 92% was on her side with agreeing to her statement. Golda was trying to say that speech very bold and she wanted them to know that it was her opinion.
Golda Meir was married to Morris Myerson. Instead of changing her last name to Myerson she changed it to Meir. Meir is a Hebraicized version of Myerson. • Golda loved to cook • A speaker unique • She loved listening to her large collection of recordings • She had 1 son and 1 daughter
Meir, Golda." Current Biography. Biography Reference Bank. Web. 1 Mar. 2010. Bibliography By: Katie Geesaman