• Summary of Bread and Roses Too
    during the Bread and Roses strike of the mill workers of 1912. This story took place in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and displays the different hardships that had to be overcome the Bread and Roses Strike. Rosa is a young child who is living through the highest peaks of the strike of the mill workers, and...
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  • Cesar Estrada Chavez
    father worked in his ranch and also owned his own store and pool hall. His father wasn't around a lot because of work so his mother Juana had a lot of influence on him. His mother taught him to be a non-violent person. She told him to turn the other cheek. Also she was a really religious person, a good...
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  • British Propaganda WWI
    spread their empire and build colonies throughout the world. Africa was a continent controlled mainly by imperialistic powers at this time. Though mother countries colonized in different ways, and ruled the colonies differently, one fact remained the same; most colonized countries did not want to be...
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  • When Character Was King
    bank or industry. Ronald Reagan was born on February 6, 1911 in Illinois, in a town called Tampico, in a one-bedroom rental over a bank building. His mother named him Ronald, but he didn’t like it so he asked people to start calling him what his father called him, Dutch. His father called him that because...
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  • Billy Elliot
    history. The movie, Billy Elliot, touches on one of those main events in time, the Coal Mining Strikes of 1984-‘85. The following is a summary and discussion of the main characters that were impacted by the strikes. This includes comparing and contrasting the working conditions and the way individuals were...
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  • American Dream: How To Pursuit This Dream?
    1912, a strike that would be known as the “most dramatic strike in American history” (Watson 12). The textile strike in Lawrence, Massachusetts (also known as the Bread and Roses Strike) captured the attention of the entire nation. 30,000 mostly immigrant and unskilled workers went on strike against...
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  • The Cuckoo's Calling
    and Matthew had a story to tell now, a funny family story, the kind you told your children, in which his planning (she loved that he had planned it) went awry, and turned into something spontaneous. She loved the tramps, and the moon, and Matthew, panicky and flustered, on one knee; she loved Eros,...
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  • Spot
    ambulance at his front step. Jeff without thinking sprints inside the house to know what happened and to see if everything was okay. Jeff see's his mother on the gurney coughing Jeff ran to her to see if she was fine. One of the paramedics held Jeff back for he can't do any harm. Jeff had to wait for...
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  • The Children of the Stones
    Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories, which lasted from December 1987 to 1993. The Palestinian actions start at that time with general strikes, refusal to pay taxes, and stone-throwing at the Israeli soldiers and their vehicles. My uncles were two of the militant, who threw stones at the Israeli...
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  • Sundiata
    read its future. This could be seen when Sundiata and his family were preparing to leave Mali in exile. Sundiata's mother who, also served as a consultant, had warned him that the queen mother was preparing to harm his family and that it would be in their best interest to leave the kingdom and return at...
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  • After the Bomb
    wife he presume that he could borrowed their car for transport to the hospital for his mother. „« Los Angeles ¡V here where the bomb strike. „« Burbank ¡V here where the parents of Cara went before the bomb strike. „« Santa Barbara, La Jolla ¡V is just one of the affected places. „« Church ¡V here where...
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  • Et the Greatest
    Josh Calmerin Wells LATF, 7th 29 October 2012 The Extra Terrestrial Went The Extra Mile Steven Spielberg took the film industry to another level with this film. E.T. The Extra Terrestrial (1982) was a phenomenon when it was first released and is still a favorite when it comes to the fantasy genre...
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  • Farm Labor Movement
    and he didn't want his mother to work so much. When he was 17 he went to the Navy for two years. He started the United Farm Workers Union in 1962. Cesar didn't have many members in it until 1970, when he urged grape workers to join the union. This caused the Delano grape strike, a march from Sacramento...
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  • Book Review of "Hear My Testimony"
    life. She was born a very poor and sickly child, growing up with her mother and grandmother, after her mother had left her abusive husband. This was only the beginning of a very rough and trying life that she would face. She went on to describe her childhood, how other Salvadorian women were treated...
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  • Here and Now
    The Total Man Here and Now Growing up in my neighborhood you was always told as a black male you start life with two strikes against you. The first strike is that you are black and the second one is that you are a male, and coming out of the hood successfully made the odds against you even...
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  • Joseph Stalin
    think he is a monster. Even though he started an impressive army and ruled the Soviet Union, he was still hated, because of his crimes. Joseph Stalin went through tough times and made very important decisions through his times. He seemed very persevere about what he has to do. With his perseverance he...
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  • More Than a Woman (Narrative)
    of it, I started thinking about how I got to this place and who had the most influence on me getting there. A lot of people had an impact on me as I went through this process. To my surprise, I realized that most of my influence came from strangers, some from family and friends. One thing that was not...
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  • Eng 217 Blog: Describe a Scene
    Cochrane had ten children (in which the mother passed) in the second family, he had 5 more kids (Elisabeth was third) She was a rebel since her childhood years At 6, her dad died. He left nothing to his second family and as a result, Nelie's family was broke. Her mother soon after married a rich abuse man...
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  • death of the haymarket
    The Haymarket Rally was not a random happening. It was the end result of nearly a decade of protesting and strikes. The beginning point of this long road, if there ever was one, would be the campaign for the eight hour work day. The eight hour work day for skilled labor was championed by one William...
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  • mexican american civil rights
    very involved in organizations that helped Mexican Americans vote and get a job she didn't want to see discrimination.She was a woman who from her mother learned to be generous when others were seeking for help. Dolores Huerta was a role model to other women and to young girls. Dolores’ accomplishments...
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