Important Events Of June-01

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World Parents Day

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  • World Parents Day is celebrated on June 1st in every year.
  • Parents do not feel selfish,sacrificing their children with self- sacrifice and dedication.
  • Parents are sacrificed to live life to their childrens.
  • In honor of all parents in all parts of the world Tongue The council declared this year in 2012.

Helen Keller Memorial Day

Birth:

  • She was born on June 27, 1880 in Tucumbia, Alabama at America.
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Honours:

  • She is an American woman known as the famous writer and speaker.
  • She has lost his eyesight, hearing ability and ability to speak.
  • Anne Sallivan is Keller’s teacher.
  • Before the age of ten years Helen Keller learned English,French,German,Greek and Latin as braille for the blind eye.
  • She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at the age of 24.She was awarded the Bachelor of Arts degree in the Degree University in Dehradun University.
  • Keller wrote his autobiography entitled ‘The Story of My Life’ in 1903 as his college days.
  • she has written a total of 12 books in his lifetime.
  • In 1915 she started with the “Helen Keller International Organization’(HKI) with George Kesler.
  • It was founded for vision,health and nutrition studies in 1920.
  • She initiated the American Civil Rights Union (ACLU) in 1920.
  • Helen Keller’s bronze statue was installed in Alabama on October 7, 2009.
  • On September 14, 1964 President of the United States Linden.P Helen Keller presented the Freedom Medal for Thomson Presidency.
  • It is one of the highest two medals in the American republic.
  • In 1965 Keller was elected as the country’s best woman at a concert in New York.
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Death:

  • She died on June 1, 1968.

International Children’s Day

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  • International Children’s Day is celebrated on June 1st.
  • The conference was held in Geneva in 1925 for the benefit of world children.
  • Discussion about the status of children living in the world.
  • Various suggestions and conclusions were taken to show interest in the welfare of children.
  • The majority of countries celebrate June 1 as International Children’s Day due to this.
  • International Children’s Day is celebrated to protect international unity, awareness and their interests among children.

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