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Mother’s Day: The Anti-War Efforts Turned Holiday

Mother’s Day – It comes every year in America on the second Sunday of May, but its evolution was a… Read More

Understanding the World of Cryptocurrency

Bitcoin became the fastest asset to reach $1 trillion in value. Ethereum is now worth more than the Bank of… Read More

Columbia: The First American Lady

Before the iconic figure of Uncle Sam with his white hair and top hat encouraging men to join the military… Read More

Cinco de Mayo: Celebrating Mexico’s Victory in Puebla

Today is Cinco de Mayo, or the fifth of May – a holiday of Mexican origin. In the United States… Read More

The Spanish-American War and the Media’s Instigation

The press has a lot of influence over the United States. In fact, the media exercises so much sway over… Read More

Jim Crow: Racial Inequality by Law

After the American Civil War ended and slavery was abolished, black Americans were finally able to live without being forced… Read More

Watergate: Eroding Public Trust in the System

From Beachgate to Russiagate, every government scandal now ends with a “gate” suffix. This comes from the historic 20th-century Watergate… Read More

Thurgood Marshall: A Civil Rights Icon

Thurgood Marshall made history as the first African American to join the U.S. Supreme Court – and by spending a… Read More

Bay Of Pigs: The CIA’s Failed Plan to Oust Castro

The Bay of Pigs invasion remains one of the darkest marks on American foreign policy. The failed military action damaged… Read More

FDR: The Four-Term President

Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945), or FDR, was the 32nd president of the United States and the only commander in chief… Read More

Martha Washington: An American Businesswoman

Martha Washington was an educated woman, skilled business manager, a clever hostess, and the only woman to appear on U.S…. Read More

Sen. Edward Brooke: A Role Model for Young African Americans

Senator Edward W. Brooke is an icon in black history, especially when it comes to the U.S. federal government. He… Read More