Research History

United States Women’s Gymnastics Team Wins Gold

Written by  on July 31, 2012

“For Jordyn Wieber, the team victory was sweet redemption after she failed to qualify for the all-around final.” For the first time since[...]

Discrimination Still Occurring in 21st Century America

Written by  on July 30, 2012

It has been almost 50 years, since the Civil Rights Act of 1964, yet discrmination is still happening. A black couple seeking to be married in a Mississippi[...]

Civil Rights Movement Events

Written by  on July 30, 2012

April 1948 Gladys Noel Bates, a teacher in the Jackson Public School system, filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against the Jackson Public School[...]

Buzz Aldrin Made History in 1969 with Walk on Moon

Written by  on July 19, 2012

  Buzz Aldrin along with Neil Armstrong on this day in history, July 20, back in 1969, accomplished the amazing journey to the moon. Here are some[...]

Scope Monkey Trials

Written by  on July 9, 2012

How it All Happened The basis for the Scopes trial was laid when the Tennessee State Legislature passed the Butler Act – which took effect on March 21st,[...]