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Black History Month All Year Long

Make History Relevant - Make It Personal

2016 One dance party
106-year-old Virginia McLaurin will never forget.
Pics from 1910
The Year Ms. McLaurin was born, shows what the world was like back then.

 

 

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Black History Month All Year Long

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DREAMS COME TRUE IN AMERICA

EDUCATION IS AN INTERDISCIPLINARY ART FORM - USE THE ARTS TO REACH STUDENTS

Language: Arts: Storytelling, Folktales, Poetry
Visual Arts: Film, Technology
Musical Arts: Songs, Chants, Rhythm.

Full text of MLK's "I Have a Dream", courtesy of those anarchist copyright radicals at the National Archives

How Stevie Wonder helped create Martin Luther King Day

Fighting Neo-Nazis and the Future of Free Expression
@SenKamalaHarris Following the domestic terror attack in Charlottesville, several colleagues & I are calling for a Senate hearing on violent white supremacy.

Daily Stormer Inciting Violence VS. Freedom of Speech
EFF says: Fighting Neo-Nazis and the Future of Free Expression

Information Hazards: A Typology of Potential Harms from Knowledge
Nick Bostrom Faculty of Philosophy & Oxford Martin School Oxford University [Published in Review of Contemporary Philosophy, Vol. 10 (2011): pp. 44-79] www.nickbostrom.com

8/7/17 An incredible harsh repudiation of Trump's Charlottesville by dozens of former State Attorney Generals.

Trump - so invincable that he looks directly into the sun during the 8/21/17 eclipse despite all the warnings! 'You can't fix stupid': Trump stared directly at solar eclipse and the internet can't stop laughing.


Mississippi finally ratifies 13th Amendment Febuary 18, 2013
Mississippi ratifies 13th Amendment abolishing slavery almost 150 years after its adoption The state thought it had approved the amendment in 1995, but a clerical error left the ratification unresolved. The 13th Amendment, which outlawed all slavery and involuntary servitude except as punishment for a crime, was passed by the U.S. Senate on April 8, 1864, and by the House of Representatives on Jan. 31, 1865. The state took action, and its support for the amendment became official this month.

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