On May 10, 1940 during World War II, Germany invaded France. During that time, the country lost much of its usual daily activities to the point some people remarked that the country went dark. … Continue reading The French Resistance of World War II and How They Changed the War
Everyone’s heard that our Earth is heating up because of the energy sources(gasoline, ethanol, wood, coal, methane)we burn in our everyday lives. Some people do not accept the reality of climate change despite the overwhelming evidence to the contrary, as in temperature records dating back to over a century ago. No matter what you believe, climate change is altering temperatures across the globe, harming nearly all the species that call this planet home. Continue reading Is Climate Change Real?
Michelle Obama became the First Lady of the United States on November 4, 2008 when her husband Barack Obama was elected president. She started a Let’s Move campaign to end child obesity on February 9, 2010. Although some people disagree, … Continue reading Michelle Obama Let’s Move Campaign
Rosa Parks was on the bus coming home from work on December 1, 1955, when some white people came to ride the bus. The bus driver came to her saying she had to give her seat to the white people. … Continue reading Rosa Parks’ Fight Against Segregation
The Scottsboro Boys and the racism that the were involved in. Continue reading Racism of The Scottsboro Boys / Why it is an Important Story
The Freedom Rides In the 1950’s and 60’s there was a lot of segregation in the southern area of the United States. In fact it was lawful until Brown v board of education. African Americans wanted the same rights as … Continue reading The Freedom Rides
Nelson Mandela was a very successful man who lived a long life. Now when I say successful I don’t mean rich but highly respected for his fight against apartheid in South Africa. Continue reading Nelson Mandela’s Fight Against Apartheid