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Teaching U.S. Civil Rights Movement history with PowerPoint

15th September 2010
The Civil Rights Movement is perhaps one of the most popular subjects in U.S. history class. It is arguably one of the few periods in U.S. history where the main players were not figures in high office but men and women on the street who fought for their ... Read >
Author: Peters Publishing

Teaching 1960s History with PowerPoint

15th September 2010
The 1960s era, well known for the anti-war movement, civil rights movement and the counter culture is arguably one of the most popular periods in U.S. history classes as well as in social studies class. However, the development of effective lesson plan... Read >
Author: Peters Publishing

Martin Luther King Jr. and Civil Disobedience

12th August 2010
Martin Luther King Jr. was undoubtedly one of the most influential, if not one of the most important and crucial people in the twentieth century. His crusade for civil rights for blacks, in conjunction with the majority of the black community, allowed the... Read >
Author: Poseidon Swimming Pools

70s Fancy Dress - The ultimate Party Theme

23rd June 2010
If you know anything about the seventies then you probably know about the hallucinogenic coloured shirts to match the brightly coloured trousers. You probably remember the bell-bottom pants with the large flare at the bottom. Whether it is the Afro, the b... Read >
Author: FancyDress NineteenSeventies

An Overview on Filing a Civil Rights Lawsuit

08th July 2009
The first step in filing a civil rights violation lawsuit is by recognizing that your civil rights have been violated. It is important to know your rights so that you'll know when to fight and when to stop. If you feel that someone has discriminated you o... Read >
Author: J.A. Castillo

Anger Can Be Beneficial

30th October 2007
Although uncontrolled anger can be quite costly, when channeled properly anger can also be very beneficial. Among other things, anger can motivate us to work harder to accomplish our goals. This could mean playing harder on the defensive end in a basketba... Read >
Author: Dr. Lyle Becourtney, Licensed Psychologist
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