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Robert F. Kennedy in Indianapolis: 1968

Published: May 3, 2018

Written By: Jeremy Meier As Robert F. Kennedy prepared remarks to be shared with a crowd in Indianapolis on April 4, 1968, he was briefed on the horrific news: Martin Luther King Jr. had been assassinated in Memphis. As a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, Kennedy was cautioned against… Read More

General Benjamin O. Davis, Jr.: A Lifetime of Resolve and Discipline

Published: April 30, 2018

Written By: Dr. J. Holmes Armstead General Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. lived a life of excitement and adventure. He was a decorated military aviator, a successful diplomat, and a leader in the use of air power during three wars. His was also a life of firsts: first African American commanding officer… Read More

Betty Friedan: The Three Waves of Feminism

Published: April 27, 2018

Written By: Sally Ann Drucker The term feminism describes political, cultural, and economic movements that aim to establish equal rights and legal protections for women. Over time, feminist activists have campaigned for issues such as women’s legal rights, especially in regard to contracts, property, and voting; body integrity and autonomy;… Read More

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