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This collection puts together different resources that portray the impact rock music had on society. Rock music influenced the lives of the youth through lyrics, image, and performance. This teen-oriented music was written about women, sex, and social reform. The influence from artists and their songs caused the youth to change not only their values, morals, or what was sexually appropriate, but also even their style. The phrase "sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll" didn't come from nothing. #MUS109-2019
This collection will examine a brief history of rap what role identity plays in the music. In the context of this project identity means gender, race, culture, and upbringing. The theme within American popular music I have explored is music and identity. This collection contains images and audio clips to help convey my findings. I recommend a high school audience or older for viewing this collection.
The Visual arts can be an entry point to literacy in the classroom. Use these objects in the collection of the National Museum of African Art to aid students to explore authentic African art works that inspired the Academy Award winning costume design of Ruth Carter in the blockbuster movie Black Panther. Students can develop visual vocabulary through close looking to describe mood, tone, atmosphere, and inference and explore cross-curricular and cross cultural connections. It allows them to really be creative and critical thinkers!
Images and symbols of the individuals who pioneered the art of organization in the face of injustice. This collection depicts those who engaged in the struggle for racial equality throughout the Civil Rights movement and the 20th Century
Images and symbols of countries that can be considered subjects for the study of transitional justice. Transitional justice relates to justice methods used to approach societies scarred by major human rights violations.
Get hungry while you explore the unique and delicious traditions of the Basque people through food.
I have given numerous presentations on countless artworks in the Library of Congress's Thomas Jefferson Building. These images show some of the artworks I have discussed.
This collection will focus on the Word War II event, D-Day, specifically Flak-Bait and Rosie the Riveter.
Using photography, digital media, and various platforms to construct the history of D-Day
Elementary Classroom Collection
See - Think - Wonder
Images of the world’s first integrated all-female big band, comprised primarily of African American and mixed-race women in their teens and early 20s. More at https://americanhistory.si.edu/blog/2010/04/sweethearts-of-rhythm.html
Resources for lessons on the culture and storytelling elements of food, specifically for the YAG Podcasting project.