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Brazilian President Getúlio Vargas (left) and US President Franklin D. Roosevelt (right) in 1936

Do you feel like someone is using the "wrong" bathroom? Please don't: -Stare at them -Challenge them -Insult them -Do not purposefully make them uncomfortable. Instead, please: -Respect their privacy -Respect their identity -Carry on with your day -Protect them from harm They are using the facilities they feel safe in. Please do not take this right away from them. Trans* & gender questioning students... You have every right to be here: -In this facility -In this university -In this…

Do you feel like someone is using the “wrong” bathroom? Please don’t: -Stare at them -Challenge them -Insult them -Do not purposefully make them uncomfortable. Instead, please: -Respect their.

Some of the key figures and moments from FDR's "Good Neighbor Policy." In this picture, U.S. Secretary of State and Rafael Trujillo, dictator of the Dominican Republican, signing a treaty. As Europe fights against dictatorships, the U.S. was willing to work with those that showed friendly attitudes toward the U.S.

Here is the Secretary of State and Mr. Trujillo from the Dominican Republic, signing a treaty as part of the Good Neighbor Policy. The US had to work with all the countries in the region to ensure success with it's plan.

Franklin D. Roosevelt Receives Pan American Award for his Good Neighbor Policy; President Franklin D. Roosevlet was presented an award by the Pan American Society for his Good Neighbor Policy.  The Roosevelt Administration embraced a non-interventionalist foreign policy with Latin America in the hopes to encourage reciprocal trade with these nations, and to prevent an alliance between Latin American nations and the Nazis.

Franklin D. Roosevelt Receives Pan American Award for his Good Neighbor Policy; President Franklin D. Roosevlet was presented an award by the Pan American Society for his Good Neighbor Policy. The Roosevelt Administration embraced a non-interventionalist foreign policy with Latin America in the hopes to encourage reciprocal trade with these nations, and to prevent an alliance between Latin American nations and the Nazis.

Map: The map of Central and South America displays the alliance strengthened by the Good Neighbor Policy.  The alliance formed came together in the efforts of defending Pearl Harbor and fighting during WWII

Map: The map of Central and South America displays the alliance strengthened by the Good Neighbor Policy. The alliance formed came together in the efforts of defending Pearl Harbor and fighting during WWII

Good Neighbor Policy Explained in 5 minutes:  Keith Hughes breaks down the US stance and motivations in the Good Neighbor Policy. Also explains why the Good Neighbor Policy ends.

Good Neighbor Policy Explained in 5 minutes: Keith Hughes breaks down the US stance and motivations in the Good Neighbor Policy. Also explains why the Good Neighbor Policy ends.

cordell hull - He was Secretary of State by FDR to help with the Good Neighbor Policy visions. Hull had put policies into place low tariffs on goods to help Latin American countries like Cuba that were hurt by low sugar pries to sell to U.S. Hull helped in 1933 at the Seventh Pan-American conference where the official policy of not intervening in Latin Am. affairs by removing U.S. Marines from Haiti. He had other efforts to help the relations like uniting a front against possible Axis…

cordell hull - He was Secretary of State by FDR to help with the Good Neighbor Policy visions. Hull had put policies into place low tariffs on goods to help Latin American countries like Cuba that were hurt by low sugar pries to sell to U.S. Hull helped in 1933 at the Seventh Pan-American conference where the official policy of not intervening in Latin Am. affairs by removing U.S. Marines from Haiti. He had other efforts to help the relations like uniting a front against possible Axis…

Hull and Trujillo signing the Good Neighbor Policy in Santo Domingo

Foundations of Despotism: Peasants, the Trujillo Regime, and Modernity in Dominican History by Richard Lee Turits

Lazaro Cardenas | Cardenas nationalized Mexico's oil industry in 1938. The move was seen as a way to gain economic independence and became the first test of FDR's Good Neighbor Policy.  The U.S. sought settle the division over American oil companies in Mexico in 1940 because of the Nazi threat in Europe.

Mexican Oil Crisis: Mexican President Lazaro Cardenas banned all foriegn oil companies from operating in Mexico in the late President Roosevelt and America showed their devotion to the good neighbor Policy by not invading Mexico or taking armed actions.

Diplomacy Map-These are the territories that once resented the U.S. and their constant interventions in Latin American affairs.  After the Good Neighbor Policy was in effect, this resentment lessened and the relationship was much better.

Diplomacy Map-These are the territories that once resented the U. and their constant interventions in Latin American affairs. After the Good Neighbor Policy was in effect, this resentment lessened and the relationship was much better.

PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT signs the "Neutrality Act", or Senate Joint Resolution No. 173, which he calls an "expression of the desire...to avoid any action which might involve [the U.S.] in war." The signing came at a time when newly installed fascist governments in Europe were beginning to beat the drums of war. In a public statement that day, Roosevelt said  . . . . - -August 31, 1935  (SEE:  http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/fdr-signs-neutrality-act.)

Photograph of the Four Presidents (Reagan, Carter, Ford, Nixon) toasting in the Blue Room prior to leaving for Egypt. - NARA - 198522 - President of the United States - Wikipedia

Saludos Amigos: Hollywood and FDR's Good Neighbor Policy

Saludos Amigos: Hollywood and FDR's Good Neighbor Policy

In this speech give in Chautauqua, NY, FDR conveys his dedication to the Good Neighbor Policy. He expresses his hope for the fighting to be soon over and world peace to form. He believes that if the US kept up with the Good Neighbor Policy, especially Latin America that the US could provide and example to follow.

franklin d roosevelt essay Franklin Roosevelt's Good Neighbor Policy, 1936

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