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Goodbye Eunice Kennedy Shriver

Eunice Kennedy Shriver, sister of former President John F. Kennedy, died at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis, at the age of 88.

Shriver came from a male-dominated political family that witnessed much more than its fair share of tragedy. However, through this tragedy and adversity hope was still able to find its way out. Eunice Kennedy Shriver would lead the world into embracing those with disabilities and brought about the Special Olympics.

Shriver was a leading advocate of the mentally disabled whose work “transformed the lives of hundreds of millions of people across the globe…” said Shrivers family. She wasn’t president like her brother, but she did achieve one of the greatest feats ever. She brought together nations to show their support for those with physical and mental disabilities. She showed everyone the true meaning of fairness and equality, and to never judge a book by its cover.

Current President of the United States, Barack Obama described Shriver as “an extraordinary woman who, as much as anyone, taught our nation – and our world – that no physical or mental barrier can restrain the power of the human spirit.”

Shriver lived through the assassinations of her brothers, but never hated the world. She instead looked to better it. She often found inspiration from her sister Rosemary, who was rumored to have been mildly retarded.

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