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This Month In History: July July 16, 2021

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

Harris Is The First June 25, 2021

During Pride Month, cities across the United States celebrate the LGBTQ community by hosting events and parties. One of Pride Month’s signature

What’s Happening In Georgia? April 15, 2021

Georgia’s making headline news once again. Why? We’re breaking it down below! Background During the 2020 US presidential election, Georgia

Is Barbados Breaking Up With The Queen? March 19, 2021

OK, so Great Britain colonized many parts of the world in the past. But while most countries have fought and won their freedom, some countries still r

What Does The Three-Finger Salute Mean? February 19, 2021

Have you ever seen The Hunger Games movies or read the books? If not, we don’t want to ruin it for you, but the story is basically about the ric

President Biden’s First Order Of Business January 29, 2021

Yes, Inauguration Day was a big day. President Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States, he gave his first speech as president of

Georgia: The Peach State Or The Blue State? January 8, 2021

Is it just us, or has this been one of the loooongest election seasons ever? From the campaigning to the general election to the Georgia Senate runoff

The Electoral College Makes It Official January 8, 2021

Quick question: What do you do when you lose a race? You graciously accept defeat and offer your congratulations to your opponent for a well-played ga

Conversation Series: At What Age Should A Person Be Able To Vote? December 18, 2020

You might know that you have to be eighteen to vote, but that wasn’t always the case. Voting age was actually twenty-one before it was reduced to ei