The popular historical narrative of Mrs. Rosa Parks contribution to Civil Rights depicted in the Golden Legacy Comics.
This article will illustrate some of the oppositions that surfaced following the Supreme Court's ruling on the Brown vs. Board of Education. This case led the pathway to end segregation in education and soon other places and things that followed.
Manifest destiny was an idea that the United States was destined to be a nation spanning the entire North American continent that grew as the 19th century progressed. The term and idea of manifest destiny has long been painted as a beautiful, divinely inspired American movement. That depiction depends from which perspective it is viewed.
By: Emilie Maia Picture a piece of history that means something important to you. It could be because you relate to it, an older family member told you their experience, or it could be just you felt something towards it in general. My project is going to be on LGBTQ role models then and now. … Continue reading LGBTQ Role Models and Social Media On: How it Opened for New Possibilities and Awareness
If someone were to ask you what you knew about the Holocaust, what would you say? How would you classify that time? Before learning about The Bielski Brothers and other courageous Jewish immigrants, I would say the Holocaust was a time where Jews were persecuted and executed unmercifully without a fight. “Though one of the standard … Continue reading Defiance: The Untold Story of Jewish Immigrants
This article explores the role of maternalism in the U.S. since the American Revolution by examining certain time periods that reveal major points of maternalism such as the American Revolution, the World Wars, and Post-war eras including the Cold War and the fight for the ERA.
The rush westward in America was filled with excitement, wonder, and opportunity for many people that wanted to leave and start a new life. During this time period, people packed up their belongings and would set out to find a new home that better suit their wants and needs, whether this be physically or politically. … Continue reading The Spread of Slavery and Westward Expansion in the United States
The Role of African American churches in the Civil Rights era was pivotal, and i argue that they were necessary. From Dr. King being MIA President to the formation of the SCLC, with the "Big Five" forming together, the African American church became the heart of the Civil Rights movement and made it successful during that time.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Martin_Luther_King,_Jr..jpg (accessed April 21, 2021) There are many words to describe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Father, husband, pastor, leader, visionary, and beacon and martyr for civil rights. This became known as Dr. King's legacy. He is known for his advocacy and promoting of civil rights for African … Continue reading Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. & Black Lives Matter: Civil Rights From One Generation to the Next
As a young boy, I have always been fascinated with watching movies and I have always imagined what would it be like to go back into time with the American Revolution. There are various products that deal with the American Revolution like 1776 (1972), The Patriot (2000), and Hamilton (2020). I would like this article … Continue reading American Revolution through Film