Remembering FLOTUS Nancy Reagan 

Feminism is the ability to choose what you want to do” – Nancy Reagan

Nancy Reagan, was the epitome of class. Prior to becoming the First Lady she acted in Hollywood and starred in three films. Reagan will definitely be remembered for her timeless and sophisticated fashion, while also being a great advocator. 

Reagan founded the drug awareness program “Just Say No” which became a positive staple in the 80s and 90s. Reagan is said to be the positive force behind women getting mammograms for early detection of breast cancer, after she successfully underwent breast cancer surgery in 1987. 

Although she stirred a bit of controversy at the White House after she replaced the historical Chinaware, her stay there impacted the nation in a positive way. Reagan cared for her late husband Ronald Reagan during her later years and is was the second-longest living First Lady of the United States. Reagan died of congestive heart failure on March 6th.  Rest In Peace Nancy Reagan.

   

July 6, 1921- March 6, 2016
   
    
    
   

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