United States History
Trapped In Tha Game: Women of Color Silenced by the High Power Structure: Who will Tell Their Story?
Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights
On the morning of April 19, 1966, Roberta “Bobbi” Gibb became the first woman to run and finish the Boston Marathon. Competing in a field
“Oh deep in my heart, I do believe that we shall overcome today,” was sang outside the Health Education and Welfare (H.E.W.) building in Washington
How COVID-19 amplified the racial disparities in the U.S. healthcare system by further limiting language access
On the evening of April 4, 2020, Dr. Ramon Tallaj and partnered physicians worked to assist a Spanish-speaking undocumented man. Prior to seeking medical assistance,
In the middle of a three-month strike, standing there in the crowd of mistreated workers, she was giving them hope, spreading flyers, and organizing picket
Exchanging her classroom desk for the picket line, sixteen-year-old Emma Tenayuca left Brackenridge High School for the day to join hundreds of women protesting for
Autism Spectrum Condition is essentially a condition that is not uncommon to hear about. It is talked about in many different shows, mentioned in schools,
In 1960, Judy Garland was hospitalized for acute hepatitis and spent the winter and spring months in recovery. By the summer, Judy felt reenergized and
In January 1958, marine biologist Rachel Carson received a letter in the mail from her distressed friend, Olga Huckins. The letter described a horrible scene.
Performing an autopsy on someone is like grabbing the untold stories under their skin or placing the puzzle of an unsolved death into your hands.
C programming is one of the most powerful coding languages of the modern era. It is what drives modern software, databases, and other coding compilers.
During the rather warm first weeks of April in Paris in 1803, rumors were abound throughout Napoleon’s court in the Tuileries Palace. The rumors were
The atmosphere compressed down as the sun’s heat baked the exposed concrete of the steps. That heat only served to push Jennifer further up the
One of the main problems that forensic scientists face is that of human error in forensic testing, and those errors often lead to faulty results.
The year 1950 hadn’t been great for the New York Giants. They’d done their best, but ended up in third place out of eight teams
“This season is all I have left to give. My heart can take the pounding. My mind can handle the grind, but my body knows
The morning of December 11, 2011, four-year-old Davaughn Rodriguez was discovered by his mother, Sabrina Vielma, lying on the kitchen floor in a puddle of
We all know about Starbucks Coffee. Chances are that you are daily customers, or at least you have tried it once. Their coffee shops are
In a digital age, during a pandemic, virtual classes have exploded in demand. With virtual classes comes virtual assignments, quizzes, and exams, which has led