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1936 Berlin Olympics

This collection of primary sources will display how Hitler turned the international, good-willed, Olympic games something of racial arbitrary.

Noah Clickett
4
 

Gaby Harley Civil Rights

This is a collection of monuments, memorials, paintings, and other ways to remember the Civil Rights Movement. Go through the collection and selection your 3 favorite (and delete the rest). Now that you have your 3, create 6 hotspots between them explaining how they work to help tell the story of the Civil Rights Movement.

Gabriella Harley
3
 

Remembering the Civil Rights Movement

This is a collection of monuments, memorials, paintings, and other ways to remember the Civil Rights Movement. Go through the collection and selection your 3 favorite (and delete the rest). Now that you have your 3, create 6 hotspots between them explaining how they work to help tell the story of the Civil Rights Movement.

paris williams
3
 

Remembering the Civil Rights Movement

This is a collection of monuments, memorials, paintings, and other ways to remember the Civil Rights Movement. Go through the collection and selection your 3 favorite (and delete the rest). Now that you have your 3, create 6 hotspots between them explaining how they work to help tell the story of the Civil Rights Movement.

jake parker
3
 

Remembering the Civil Rights Movement

This is a collection of monuments, memorials, paintings, and other ways to remember the Civil Rights Movement. Go through the collection and selection your 3 favorite (and delete the rest). Now that you have your 3, create 6 hotspots between them explaining how they work to help tell the story of the Civil Rights Movement.

Alaina Mazur
3
 

Remembering the Civil Rights Movement

This is a collection of monuments, memorials, paintings, and other ways to remember the Civil Rights Movement. Go through the collection and selection your 3 favorite (and delete the rest). Now that you have your 3, create 6 hotspots between them explaining how they work to help tell the story of the Civil Rights Movement.

Taylor K
4
 

Remembering the Civil Rights Movement

This is a collection of monuments, memorials, paintings, and other ways to remember the Civil Rights Movement. Go through the collection and selection your 3 favorite (and delete the rest). Now that you have your 3, create 6 hotspots between them explaining how they work to help tell the story of the Civil Rights Movement.

Madison Siegle
3
 

Remembering the Civil Rights Movement

This is a collection of monuments, memorials, paintings, and other ways to remember the Civil Rights Movement. Go through the collection and selection your 3 favorite (and delete the rest). Now that you have your 3, create 6 hotspots between them explaining how they work to help tell the story of the Civil Rights Movement.

Emma Mendoza
3
 

The Roaring 20's

Elizabeth Readshaw
15
 

1920s

Isabella Mollica
16
 

Roaring 20's

Jessie, Myahna, Abby, Noah ...
17
 

1920's Project

Emma Chevalier

Emma Chevalier
16
 

The Roaring 20's Collection

Payton Moore
16
 

1920s Projects

1920s fashion and Current events
bellawockenfuss@mail.com Wockenfuss
9
 

1920's Group Project

Alexandra Mecchia
18
 

Gabrielle Rogers pd8: Segregation in America with African Americans

Segregation is the separation of humans into racial groups in daily life. It came from the root problem of racism. After the Civil War (1861-1865), the Reconstruction amendments gave former slaves new rights as citizens, but states quickly passed laws to prevent African Americans from gaining the same access that white people had. In 1896, Plessy vs. Ferguson case legalized this practice as long as former slaves were given "separate but equal" facilities. American Americans were forced to get by with substandard or, sometimes nonexistent facilities. Segregation remained into the 1950's until people started to challenged the concept of "separate but equal." People fought for their rights through the 1950's and 1960's. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 ended all laws requiring segregation. The Civil Rights Act was a historical accomplishment. African Americansnever had their rights until 1964, but even though segregation has ended, racism will always exist. Segregation restricts social mobility, educational opportunities, and employment for people of certain races, religion, and ethnic groups. Without education, students in poor areas have less opportunities and financial stability. Poor areas also see less tax revenue, which would lead less opportunities for business establishment and growth. This would lead to inactiveness in the local economy. Segregation also creates differences in culture, which serves as a psychological barrier between majority and minority populations.


Gabrielle Rogers
3
 

US in the 1920s


Vikranth Mallikarjun
20
 

Cheyenne Rhone3:Womens Rights

Throughout history white men got to choose how their lives were handled.This is due to gynephobia (fear of women). Males didn't want the women to choose or be in any position of power. In the past women couldn't vote, own property, get a job, etc. Now hundred years later the United States just finished an election where a woman could've won. Also, now women are encouraged and can get about the same jobs as men.

Cheyenne Rhone
3
 

Symbolism of the Wizard of Oz

Caleb Alexander
2
 

Tyler Shearer Period 5: Global Warming

Global warming has been an issue in the making, and indisputable evidence suggests that humans are a major contributor. Global warming is the overall increase in the average temperature of the biosphere and has lead to rising sea levels and melting polar caps. The root cause of this is our usage of greenhouse gas emitting power plants and factories. Since the industrial age, humanity has been adding this greenhouse gas to the atmosphere increasing the temperature of the planet. In recent years, major contributors like China and the USA have further added these gases to the atmosphere. While the ways we add these gasses to the atmosphere has changed, the consequences have not. If nothing is done about this we could be creating a serious problem for the generations to come.

Tyler Shearer
3
 

Dasauni Bowman 8: Racism

Racism is discrimination, prejudice against someone of a different race. I came to this issue because racism still appears in today's world. Racism occurs throughout human history from back when their were slave owners controlling the slaves to farm, cook, clean, etc. Racism changed a little over time because now its the police doing all the racism towards the colored. Racism stayed the same because its still present and basically never went away. Social aspects: Behavior, attitudes, and outcomes. Political aspects: discrimination. Cultural aspects: what you were taught and how you were raised. Economic aspect: Education, and segregation.

Dasauni Bowman
4
 

Civil Rights Movement Collection By: Jeremy Harshman

This is my collection for my Civil Rights Project.

Jeremy Harshman
10
 

Luke Kennedy period 3: Discrimination in Education

The broad issue is that people throughout history have been discriminated against in education systems. The root of the issue is that people have always thought of themselves as better than others. The issue has typically been the same throughout history in that a group of people have not been allowed education. The reasoning behind this is the people who are educated have power. Education is a powerful resource that the people in power didn't want other groups or classes to have.

luke kennedy
3
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