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>>The Constitution embeds slavery or slavery is embedded in the Constitution, even though the word “slave” or “slavery” is not in the Constitution until the 13th Amendment — which is ratified after the Civil War — which abolishes slavery irrevocably. That is the first time the word “slavery” appears in the Constitution. The founders were

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15 Dumb Criminals Hey guys, Culture here. Today we’re going to look at 15 Dumb Criminals. More specifically, we’ll discuss just how stupid they are. Seriously, you probably looked at the title of this video like “Whoa 15? Usually they do like 8 or 10, but 15?” Trust me; we had to cut this list

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In the case of teaching our children about their “heroes and sheroes”, you can’t teach what you don’t know. But there are many women who’s names will probably never be known because women were marginalized even in the Civil Rights Movement. We are just beginning to read about some of them. Dr. Giddings mentioned a

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The economic state of the country has seen big companies hire fewer new workers than they have in the past. In response, more young jobseekers are looking for work with the government. Oh Jung-hee reads into the trend. Korean college grads have traditionally applied for jobs at big conglomerates,… but now a growing number want

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>>We’re going to start now with our chronological look at the period right before the Civil War and what happened. One of the main things that happened of course is that the issue of slavery entered national politics to stay. It had popped up many a time but it always had been kind of pushed

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>>So, okay, January 1st, 1863, Lincoln issues, as promised, as threatened, the Emancipation Proclamation, which you can read, and I urge you to do so, in the Gienapp book. One of the least well understood documents, creed documents, of American history. If you think that Lincoln freed all the slaves with a stroke of his

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Translator: Haydee Rodriguez Reviewer: Mariano Landini [Axel Rivas: Two ways to the educational justice] We live in very unfair societies and education may enlarge those injustices or combat them. That’s why today, I want to talk to two very powerful sectors. To the teachers, that they have the power in the classrooms and they are

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– Good morning, everyone. I’m Alan Garber, the provost, and I’m here to welcome you to the second day of the Vision and Justice Convening. The event began yesterday as you all know, sessions of Radcliffe, which were very successful. And I am thrilled to see such a great crowd here today, despite the hour

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