He then moved to Pasadena, California in 1915. In California he supported Congress on the Socialist ticket, the senate, and ran for governor. When the Great Depression reached California he formed a set of general propositions that he named EPIC which stood for Plan to End Poverty in California. This plan arranged to start up factories to benefit unemployed workers and this plan also made land available for farmers to use. Then these goods and services would be divided through a system of businesses.
Gertrude B. Elion born January 23, 1918 was the daughter of immigrant parents from Lithuania. Her father became a dentist after moving to New York where she grew up. Gertrude had an amazing career starting at the very young age of 15 after her grandfather died of cancer. Gertrude wanted to help find a cure for cancer and her grandfather was her main motivation. Attending Hunter College, Gertrude graduate at the very young age of 19 with the highest of honors.
Seeing these pictures, people will feel anger towards the conditions people are living in, and happiness by seeing people volunteering to clean up the city. Through these images, people will want to help make a change and join the revolution. We will be focusing on the most popular uses of social media such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. We will be spreading awareness of our new-city revolution by creating a hashtag; #NewDetroit. Anytime someone posts this hashtag it will all be stored into one direct database and can be seen by whoever else clicks or writes this hashtag.
By 1803, the Avenue was fully paved in gravel and a draining system added. Trees were added as well to make the route more scenic (Washington DC Travel and Tourist Information”). At this point in time, the Capitol and the White House could view each other through this mile stretch, L’Enfant’s intention was he first designed it (Washington DC Travel and Tourist Information”). With the growth of the city of Washington D.C. and the dismissal of L’Enfant from city planning duties, change was unenviable. The next major building to be erected on Pennsylvania Avenue was the Treasury Department Building, a task that extended from 1836 to 1896 (Washington DC Travel and Tourist Information”).
On June 19th of 1886, William Taft and Helen Herron got married at the house of the bride 's parents in Cincinnati. For their honeymoon, they spent one day in New York City, four days at Sea Bright, New Jersey, and then set off on a three-month tour of Europe. After they got married they moved into their own house in Cincinnati. Taft, at the time, had been a very well known lawyer. It helped that his father was a great politician too.
Eleanor Roosevelt spoke at the 1936 District of Columbia Library Association Dinner on April 1st, and she gave her speech, “What Libraries Mean to the Nation”. Roosevelt’s speech emphasized the need of public access to books and libraries across the nation. She used her position as the President’s wife, and her passion for education and books to appeal to the primary audience at the Library Association dinner. However, she addresses her secondary audience, rural and urban America, multiple times throughout the text. Roosevelt relied heavily on pathos, which was influenced by her use of syntax and diction, to persuade the audience that books and libraries are needed for the success of the nation.
Eastman, Rockefeller, and Carnegie are Captains of Industry. They are Captains of Industry because they donated their money to help children. George Eastman supported dental clinics for children who couldn 't afford treatment so their teeth are more white and they will take more pictures and use his camera. Andrew Carnegie donated more than $350 million to help build over 2,500 libraries and used his steel to make them. Also, John D. Rockefeller Founded the General Education Board in 1903 and established high South by providing free professional advice.
How SickKids used social media to generate record donations, written by Susan Krashinsky is an informative article communicating to the general public on how SickKids managed to set a record in money raised for patients through the use of social media. The article focused on the power of social media and how it shifted statics towards more donations in a shorter period of time. With more and more people using social media, SickKids decided to place advertisements on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc. of patients and kids suffering in the hospital with the hopes of raising awareness and money. It was a campaign and strategy that worked very well because it touched the heart of many with sad stories, what happened to the patient afterwards
The famous 20th century artists and musicians that used her studio were Nam June Paik, John Cage, Karlheinz Stockhausen, and Merce Cunningham. In 1962 she had her first major exhibition at the Stedelijk museum in Amsterdam which she collaborated with Stockhausen that would later be her husband. On her way back from her trips from Amsterdam Mary and her husband Stockhausen stopped in a small community where she purchased boxes of optical lenses from an antique Shop. Once she got back to home she started to experiment with her new find. The lenses where used to magnify and distort the objects that where seen in the boxes.
In their first objective, they describe how they will help by implement training with multiple districts of the city from the courts and jail all the way to the health departments and airports. In their second objective, they choose to try to raise awareness in the public by holding events in Houston to talk about human trafficking and educate the public on the subject. The third objective is when they start taking charge and working with the police force setting up stakeouts and investigations to help and protect the victims of human trafficking. The fourth objective is to branch out in to public businesses and educate them in human trafficking. They final objective is to make the city of Houston an example and leader of how to get rid of human trafficking in the city.
The Riverside Art Museum was built in 1929, and was originally used as a YWCA center. The architect of the building located in downtown Riverside, Julia Morgan who was best known for her design of the Hearst Castle. The museum is used to hold functions, and is a monumental building in the heart of downtown Riverside. The art museum became an art center in the sixties, and became the Riverside Art Museum in 1967. The employee that helps visitors in the lobby is sure to tell everyone that enters the museum about its history and architecture, as well as informs visitors of the many art classes and exhibits present in the museum.
Running head: FRANCES PERKINS 3 Preparation Frances Perkins prepared herself for what she was trying to achieve by starting the creation of the Factory Investigation Commission. She testified before the commission, as a witness herself to unsafe labor. She later became the chief investigator of the commission. That is when she started to arrange surprise factory visits for lawmakers. The governor of New York(1919) appointed Perkins to the state Industrial Commission.
Not long ago, a close friend of mine, Sierra, invited me to go to a retro ice cream parlor in Oakland with her family. In fact, her family has been going to this creamery since she was three years old. Sierra’s family would drive out to Oakland to go to the famous Fentons Creamery once a year. Opened in 1894, Fentons is a family-owned world famous establishment ("Fentons Creamery and Restaurant”). Stepping into the parlor was like a blast from the past; I was instantly hypnotized by the artisans making the ice cream from scratch.
In 1291, the glassmaking industry was rapidly developing. Due to the hazards of producing the product, a group of glassmakers were exiled to a small island known as Murano. Being put so close together put the glassmakers in a unique environment leading to innovation fueled by both collaboration and competition. The size of the island also allowed for new ideas to spread quickly among the different glassmakers. Murano became iconic throughout Europe for its products and inventions, which include modern glass as we know it today (Johnson 17-19).