The “first one hundred days” of U.S presidency began under the leadership of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. President Roosevelt promised to make changes with speed during his term to improve conditions under the Great Depression. He put forth fifteen major bills and passed seventy-six laws in his first one hundred days. This set precedence for subsequent U.S. Presidents to set agendas and achieve major goals in their first one hundred days of office.
President Joe Biden was inaugurated on January 20, 2021 and completed his first one hundred days on April 30, 2021. During this time President Biden signed many executive orders, a Covid-19 vaccine plan, as well as an economic rescue plans for millions of needy Americans. This exhibit showcases some of the major agendas set by the Biden administration and their work in those areas.