Hana Brady is a thirteen year old girl that was sent to German’s concentration camp. Hana lived with her parent and brother George Brady in the city 0f Novte Mesto. As time goes by, life started to change for the Brady’s family. During this time, the Nazis starts to pick on Hana Brady’s family. Hana and her brother was no longer allowed to go to the movies, sport field, gym, skating pond, school and also she lost her friends from school.
Caroline Davis was a newly married woman who had never lived outside of the privileged green lawns of suburban Washington, D.C. Although she was married, she had not cleared the last hurdle into complete adulthood by obtaining a full time job. She had been quite busy with planning the wedding and such. Her darling husband, Wesley, had been employed by the Centers for Disease Control, which all its employees called the "CDC", since he finished his Residency at the prestigious Bethesda Naval Hospital in 1991. Wesley had based his career as an epidemiologist on researching the AIDS epidemic.
Connie Harrington was listening to a public radio program called Here & Now on Memorial Day when she happened to hear a story about a father remembering his son, killed in Afghanistan in 2006. He mentioned that he drove his son 's truck and he went on to describe the truck. Sgt. 1st Class Jared Monti was 30 when he was killed in action in 2006.
Within 8 days after the death of Medora Butler, Delaney and Easter welcomed their eighth child, a girl. It is interesting to note that they named child number eight Medora Ann Jackson, born the 6th of May 1868. Medora Butler died April 27th, 1868.
Mary Jane Patterson Mary Jane Patterson was born in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her parents brought and their family to Oberlin, Ohio to find an education for their children. In 1835, Oberlin College admitted its first black student and eventually became the country’s first coed institution of higher education. It was also the first college in the country to grant women undergraduate degrees. Mary Jane Patterson studied for a year in the college’s Prepatory Department and she was the first African-American women to earn a Bachelor’s degree.
Macy brown was a young veterinarian working at a little vet clinic in San Antonio Texas. She had been working at the clinic for a while now and was thinking about quitting, she was young and wanted to move on from a vet clinic. Macy was ready to begin her adult life and wanted a change. Her life was indeed about to change though for she was about to meet her best friend and didn’t even know it.
Imagine a person being wrongfully convicted of a crime they did not commit. There are multiple cases of people that have been wrongfully convicted. These people may receive exoneration due to the Innocence Project, an organization that dedicated its career to those wrongfully convicted. Phillip Bivens, Larry Ruffin, and Bobby Ray Dixon start the process of exoneration due to the crime committed, their involvement along with others, and what led to their wrongful conviction. Phillip Bivens and two other men were convicted of the murder of Eva Gail Patterson on May 4, 1979.
James Howard Meredith was the first African America to go to Ole Miss. He had protested against racism and inequality then he became a symbol of civil rights. James Meredith lived on a farm in a rural area near Kosciusko, MS. He was born on June 25, 1933.
People make history and history makes an impact on the world; Ella Baker did just that. Never putting herself at the center of attention, Baker’s main involvements in history include the establishment of Dr. Martin Luther King’s Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) in 1957, working as a director of branches for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and lastly, forming meetings for the people from the Greensboro sit-ins that transformed into the Student Nonviolent Coordination Committee (SNCC). Although unable to face any grave consequences, Bakers mainly impact on history was during the Civil Rights era from 1931-1986. Baker was against segregation at the time when there was racial discrimination of African Americans and minorities.
Jane Long had a rough start of life but a great ending that changed the history of Texas for good. Jane Long was born on July 23, 1798 as the tenth child of her big family. Jane’s father, Capt. William Mackall, fought in the revolutionary war before she was born but died in 1799. In 1811 her mother, Ann Herbert Wilkinson, moved their family to Mississippi but died soon after in 1812 making Jane an orphan at age 14.
Even After James Meredith was shot, MLK. Jr proceeded to keep his march going until the end. James Meredith was one of the most influential people in the Civil Rights Movement because of the stuff he did to address civil rights. This is why I believe that James Meredith was the most important and influential person in the civil rights movement. James Meredith helped give many african americans more rights and opportunities by being a leader for people to follow and look up to.
Imagine being outside and hearing the birds sing, but when you open your eyes all you can see are blurry figures. That is what it was like for Anne Sullivan, yet she still managed to teach a blind, deaf, and mute girl how to communicate with the world and as a result she is remembered as a great teacher. Listen carefully as I tell you about Anne Sullivan. Anne Sullivan was born on April 14, 1866 in Feeding Hills, MA. When she was 5, she got an eye disease called trachoma, which severely damaged her eyes making it difficult for her to see.
Anastasia Hayes by Sensen Yes, I was there at the making of the flag. I was believed to be one of the first people on the goldfields. I was born on the 1818 at Castle, country Kilkenny, Ireland, I Anastasia Hayes (my maiden surname was Butler), was a handy sewer and a true rebel. I helped sew the Eureka flag.
If a lamb looses its mother or is having difficulty performing throughout the day, the lamb is put through a process called fostering. Fostering an essential practice used in different parts of the world; mainly to not only increase the survival rates of these lambs but also to bring in more profit to these sheep productions. Before applying these foster methods on sheep, farmers must carefully observe the ewes’ behaviors, actions, growth, and weight since they all contribute to the success rate of fostering lambs . Though these aspects may matter when it comes to fostering, a farmer’s behavior and actions can influence the way how the ewes behave normally . Lambs used for fostering are approximately the same size and breed as the mother
Respecting Hard Lives The quote, “It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.” - E.E. Cummings, reminds me of how difficult it is for many people to go out and be who they really are. Laura Jane Grace is a person who has faced that situation.