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The Worthington Hooker Oral History Project

The Worthington Hooker Oral History Project

The Worthington Hooker Oral History Project. A project designed to preserve the memories of Worthington Hooker alumni. We Remember. The Old School House Our Wonderful Classes The Neighborhood The Good Times The Hard Times. The Old School House. The Desks.

By tass
(195 views)

Race and Ethnicity in Modern America

Race and Ethnicity in Modern America

Race and Ethnicity in Modern America. History 17B Lecture 21. Introduction. The Browning of America By 2056, the “average” American will not be white. Whites 46.7% in California (2000 Census) Asian and Latino populations surged nationally according to census. Lecture Questions

By fell
(152 views)

The Riots

The Riots

The Riots. http://youtu.be/5aVrtL_KhE0 http://youtu.be/9UKBi25G0HE http://youtu.be/RLfiE08JM_o. What Happened?. The riots which began on August 6 th and ended by August 10 th were sparked off by a single event.

By nuru
(209 views)

Basic Medical & First Aid 101

Basic Medical & First Aid 101

Meetup.com Cincinnati Survival Preparedness Group. Basic Medical & First Aid 101. Agenda. Class Expectations Introduction General Patient Assessment Medical Preventions &Treatments Air, shelter, water, food, hygiene, microorganisms, mental/emotional. Triage Patient Assessment

By jake
(99 views)

Sociology – Chapter 21

Sociology – Chapter 21

Sociology – Chapter 21. How the crowd transforms the individual. Collective behavior  extraordinary activities Carried out by groups of people Examples: lynching, rumors, panics, urban legends Charles MacKay

By dunne
(184 views)

The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement . Libertyville HS. Plessy v. Ferguson (1896). LA passed law requiring separate AA & white rail cars Homer Plessy , 1/8 AA, enlisted to challenge law USSC: 7-1 LA law did not violate 14 th Am. Confirmed “separate but equal” doctrine. Jim Crow South.

By will
(68 views)

Exploring American History Unit X – Modern America

Exploring American History Unit X – Modern America

Exploring American History Unit X – Modern America. Chapter 30– Searching for Order Section 2 – America in the 1970’s. America in the 1970s. The Big Idea Americans faced major challenges both at home and around the world in the 1970s. Main Ideas

By tieve
(165 views)

Chapter 14 Behind Bars: The Life of an Inmate

Chapter 14 Behind Bars: The Life of an Inmate

Chapter 14 Behind Bars: The Life of an Inmate. Learning Outcomes. LO1: Indicate some of the reasons for violent behavior in prisons. LO2: List and briefly explain the six general job categories among correctional officers.

By wilbur
(177 views)

Antisemitism : A History

Antisemitism : A History

Antisemitism : term coined in 1879 by German journalist Wilhelm Marr Think about -- “Jews are not hated because they have evil qualities; they are given evil qualities so they can be hated.” From the Orthodox point of view, anti-Semitism goes back to Sinai. Antisemitism : A History.

By zandra
(144 views)

Links between deprivation and the likelihood of being involved in the recent riots

Links between deprivation and the likelihood of being involved in the recent riots

Links between deprivation and the likelihood of being involved in the recent riots. Carly lightowlers University of manchester 23 rd November2011. Overview. Background to riots Rushing to punishment? What does the data tell us? Implications for CJ agencies Further issues and challenges.

By shino
(98 views)

Week 6 Journal 23

Week 6 Journal 23

Week 6 Journal 23. Pick up a journal sheet. You were handed a worksheet as you entered the room today. These are slang terms from the 1920s. Select 6 terms from the list and write them in your journal. Give a prediction for the meaning of those 6 terms.

By barton
(121 views)

Reading Guide #4

Reading Guide #4

Reading Guide #4. Political Changes Pgs. 388-398. The war in Vietnam…. Was part of a worldwide struggle to keep communism from spreading. Was difficult to fight because of the rural country covered by dense forests.

By kellsie
(81 views)

“To What Extent does Nationalism Drive the Pursuit of National Interests?”

“To What Extent does Nationalism Drive the Pursuit of National Interests?”

Chapter Focus. “To What Extent does Nationalism Drive the Pursuit of National Interests?”. “During T imes of Conflict can these Pursuits Lead to Policies that are Ultra-Nationalistic ?”. CONSCRIPTION IN CANADA WORLD WAR ONE & WORLD WAR TWO. CONSCRIPTION.

By clyde
(248 views)

RIOTS, ASSASSINATIONS, AND THE WAR WITH LYNDON B. JOHNSON

RIOTS, ASSASSINATIONS, AND THE WAR WITH LYNDON B. JOHNSON

RIOTS, ASSASSINATIONS, AND THE WAR WITH LYNDON B. JOHNSON.

By dawson
(82 views)

Vancouver BC

Vancouver BC

Vancouver BC. Canadian government agrees to cover costs of mob riots in Japanese and Chinese sections of Vancouver. How mobs and riots happen!. Mobs and riots happen because lots of people get mad then they go on the streets and go in a big pack of people. MOBS .

By kairos
(116 views)

Chapter 14 Behind Bars: The Life of an Inmate

Chapter 14 Behind Bars: The Life of an Inmate

Chapter 14 Behind Bars: The Life of an Inmate. Learning Outcomes. LO1: Indicate some of the reasons for violent behavior in prisons. LO2: List and briefly explain the six general job categories among correctional officers.

By silas
(149 views)

French Revolution

French Revolution

French Revolution. 7-3.2. Standard and Objective. 7-3.1 Explain the causes, key events, and outcomes of The French Revolution, including the storming of Bastille, the Reign of Terror, and Napoleon’s rise to power. Objective: Identify the influences of the French Revolution. Let’s Recall.

By ailani
(158 views)

The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement. There were two phases to the Civil Rights movement: one phase between 1945-1965 and the other after 1965. I. Why Did the Civil Rights Movement Take Off After 1945?. Black equality became a significant political issue for the Democratic Party

By cecily
(151 views)

The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement. There were two phases to the Civil Rights movement: one phase between 1945-1965 and the other after 1965. I. Why Did the Civil Rights Movement Take Off After 1945?. Black equality became a significant political issue for the Democratic Party

By starr
(126 views)

Ghetto Riots

Ghetto Riots

Ghetto Riots. Aims:. Identify why riots took place in northern cities of the USA in the 1960s. Understand why some Blacks began to question non-violent tactics. Life in the North.

By kalare
(283 views)

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