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African American Struggle Event Slides

African American Struggle Event Slides

African American Struggle Event Slides. African American Unit Ethnic Studies Risha Krishna. President Quotes. “The two races, equally free, cannot live in the same government” Thomas Jefferson

By joanna
(119 views)

FEBRUARY BLACK HISTORY MONTH

FEBRUARY BLACK HISTORY MONTH

FEBRUARY BLACK HISTORY MONTH. “IT doesn’t matter who you are, where you come from. The ability to triumph begins with you. Always.” Oprah Winfrey. TULSA PUBLIC SCHOOLS -Diversity and Equity Office. PURPOSE:. To focus the nation’s attention on the history and contributions made by Black

By herb
(224 views)

Kelsey Wolfe	 Chelsea Montgomery Haylee Pierce Robert Hall

Kelsey Wolfe Chelsea Montgomery Haylee Pierce Robert Hall

Within the world’s largest issues in history, one can see man taking the responsibility to correct corrupt governments in order to provide justice for future generations. Kelsey Wolfe Chelsea Montgomery Haylee Pierce Robert Hall. Civil Disobedience.

By kale
(112 views)

Sojourner Truth was born at the end of the 1700s and was important as both an abolitionist and promoter of women right

Sojourner Truth was born at the end of the 1700s and was important as both an abolitionist and promoter of women right

Sojourner Truth was born at the end of the 1700s and was important as both an abolitionist and promoter of women rights until the 1880s .

By soleil
(109 views)

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks. “Mother of the Modern-Day Civil Rights Movement” *February 4, 1913-October 24, 2005*. Rosa Louise McCauley Parks. Rosa was born on February 4, 1913. Her place of birth was Tuskegee, Alabama. Rosa grew up on a farm with her mother, brother and grandparents.

By april
(217 views)

Historical Context

Historical Context

Historical Context. The 1890s -Zora Neale Hurston born January 15, 1891 in Notasulga , Alabama. -Jim Crow laws codified. -John Hurston, Zora's father, is elected mayor of Eatonville, Florida, in 1897. .

By brigit
(85 views)

Charles James 1950’s

Charles James 1950’s

Charles James 1950’s. By Jasmine Santos MW 11:10am-12:35. Portrait 1929. News of the time. Korean War begins Construction of h ydrogen bomb Immigration & Naturalization Act Korean War ends Racial segregation ruled unconstitutional Rosa Parks refuses bus seat Federal Highway Act

By gamada
(114 views)

Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Electrons in Atoms. Chapter 5. Electron Configurations. So, you live on Aspen St., but what is your exact address? We know that electrons can occupy energy levels, but they can also reside within sublevels.

By wei
(87 views)

Avoiding Plagiarism

Avoiding Plagiarism

Avoiding Plagiarism . Introduction What is plagiarism? Identifying plagiarism What is “common knowledge”? Talk About It Your Turn. Introduction. It’s obvious that the student in this photo is copying his classmate’s ideas. .

By sinjin
(95 views)

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks. Rosa Parks was born on February 4,1913 into a world of segregation and racism. At the time her family lived in Tuskegee, Alabama where her father James Mcauley worked as a carpenter. Childhood.

By hammer
(176 views)

Rosa (Louise) Parks

Rosa (Louise) Parks

Rosa (Louise) Parks. By: Joelle 1913-2005. childhood. She was born on February fourth of 1913 Her birth place is Tuskegee, A labama Her birth name was Rosa Louise McCauley Her parents were James McCauley and Leona McCauley. school.

By omar
(150 views)

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks . & the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Rosa Parks . Rosa Parks was born on February 4, 1913. She grew up in Pine Level, Alabama, right outside of Montgomery. In the South, Jim Crowe laws segregated African American’s and whites in almost every aspect of life.

By kovit
(242 views)

Black History Month

Black History Month

Black History Month. Eight people that made a difference to the lives of African Americans By Ryan . Jackie Robinson. He broke the color barrier in major league baseball which let other African American people play in major league baseball. Martin Luther King Jr.

By justin
(249 views)

Martin Luther King, Jr . was born on January 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia. He is from USA.

Martin Luther King, Jr . was born on January 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia. He is from USA.

Martin Luther King . He was born in Atlanta, in 1929. He was an African -American leader, appearing wherever there was injustice, protest, and action. He directed the peaceful march in Washington DC and said the speech “I have a dream”.

By megan
(155 views)

MY HERO

MY HERO

MY HERO. By Jacob 810. Criteria. Courageous Made a difference Put others before self Wanted change Leadership. The Hero. Martin Luther King jr. Stats. Born January 15 1929 and died April 4 1968

By raina
(178 views)

CH 28 The Eisenhower Years – Cold War Era 1953-’60

CH 28 The Eisenhower Years – Cold War Era 1953-’60

CH 28 The Eisenhower Years – Cold War Era 1953-’60. Cold War at its Peak . US in Korea Communism a formidable foe Segregation still the norm Cult of Motherhood (female fulfillment through motherhood) in full force. Eisenhower (Ike) in Power. Domestically Continued New Deal Plans

By emmet
(180 views)

All about the Online Bus Booking System

All about the Online Bus Booking System

For more details visit us at - https://www.mobikwik.com/bus-tickets

By vasudharsingh
(424 views)

All about the Online Bus Booking System

All about the Online Bus Booking System

For more details visit us at - https://www.mobikwik.com/bus-tickets

By vasudharsingh
(51 views)


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