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This Month In History: July July 31, 2020

July 6th, 1885: The First Rabies Vaccine Was Administered In A Human Talk about nerves of steel! In 1885, a mom brought her nine-year-old son, Joseph

Remembering US Rep. John Lewis July 24, 2020

Words are incredibly powerful and US Representative John Lewis knew that at a very young age. In 1963 when he was only twenty-three years old, Lewis,

What’s The Definition Of Racism? July 13, 2020

What’s the definition of racism? Currently, the Merriam-Webster dictionary defines racism as “a belief that race is the primary determinant of

Don’t Miss Your Shot! July 3, 2020

Alexander Hamilton didn’t throw away his shot, nor did Lin-Manuel Miranda. In 2015, the musical Hamilton premiered on Broadway, and the rest—as th

This Month In History: June June 21, 2020

1) Father’s Day: June 1972 If the history behind Mother’s Day fascinates you, you’ll want to read this! Even though Mother’s Day w

Why Is June Pride Month In The US? June 8, 2020

Countries around the world celebrate the LGBTQ community during different times of the year. In the United Kingdom, for example, Pride Month is celebr

This Month In History: May May 8, 2020

May brings a sense of excitement … It’s almost the end of the school year, summer is just around the corner, and you already feel a grade older! M

Earth Day: Then And Now April 17, 2020

This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day, which began as a way for citizens to share their ideas about how we can better protect the plan

This Month In History: April April 17, 2020

Happy birthday to Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. We’re guessing you might have read a book or two written by him, perhaps The Snow Queen