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Freedom to Read Under Fire as Attempts to Ban Books ContinueFreedom to Read Under Fire as Attempts to Ban Books Continue
What would you do if you went to the library to check out a book, only to find it wasn't there? Not because it was already checked out, but because someone else disapproved of its content and had it removed from library shelves?
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Grades: High School (9–12) Subjects: Visual Arts Time RequiredGrades: High School (9–12) Subjects: Visual Arts Time Required
Students will create their own work of art that serves as a social commentary. Students will make a moral or ethical statement in their work and use elements of the Neoclassical style to communicate their message
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Apush unit 8 Test Multiple ChoiceApush unit 8 Test Multiple Choice
The most tenacious pursuer of radical elements during the red scare of the early 1920s was
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Constitutional interpretation and the notion of unenumerated rights: circumventing the exclusion of socio-economic rights in africaConstitutional interpretation and the notion of unenumerated rights: circumventing the exclusion of socio-economic rights in africa
Ancl-radc annual conference – ‘The Internationalisation of Constitutional Law’ Rabat, Morocco, 2-5 February 2011
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Lee Emerson 01/13/06 Copyright 2005, 2006 by Lee Emerson Part 1 The Military M14 IntroductionLee Emerson 01/13/06 Copyright 2005, 2006 by Lee Emerson Part 1 The Military M14 Introduction
The M14 has seen hostile service with the American military from the 1963 Cuban missile crisis to the Second Gulf War. The M14 rifle has been employed as a battle rifle, squad automatic weapon, competition match rifle, grenade launcher
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Col. Joe Dowdy\Col. Joe Dowdy's 'Tempo' Displeased Superiors; Balance of Mission, Men General's Call Name: 'Chaos' By christopher cooper staff Reporter of the wall street journal april 5, 2004; Page A1
Two weeks into the war in Iraq, Marine Col. Joe D. Dowdy concluded the crowning military maneuver of his life, attacking an elite band of Iraqi troops and then shepherding 6,000 men on an 18-hour, high-speed race toward Baghdad
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Registration and coffee 9: 00 – 9: 30 am Faculty LoungeRegistration and coffee 9: 00 – 9: 30 am Faculty Lounge
Foucault, Judith Butler, Lauren Berlant, Sarah Ahmed, Leigh Gilmore, and Ann Cvetkovich to analyze seven videos in this genre with an eye to how these youth articulations of trauma shed light on the failures of our neoliberal system to deal with the realities of
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An Englishman in New York (Sting / The Police)An Englishman in New York (Sting / The Police)
What is typical of an Englishman, according to you? Could you mention some stereotypical behaviour?
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Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee Questions Choose five of the following writing prompts to answer in paragraph form. Be sure you have a topic sentence and that your facts are correct. You may use your notes/quizBury My Heart at Wounded Knee Questions Choose five of the following writing prompts to answer in paragraph form. Be sure you have a topic sentence and that your facts are correct. You may use your notes/quiz
Who in the film repeats this proverb? How does it apply to this character/ Why is it significant to this character?
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Weekly Chinuch Article – c. 1300 bce-1945 ce: The Death of God in Auschwitz-Birkenau – by Robin MossWeekly Chinuch Article – c. 1300 bce-1945 ce: The Death of God in Auschwitz-Birkenau – by Robin Moss
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Week of: 11/11 11/15 Teacher: Kindred Team: ap u. S. HistoryWeek of: 11/11 11/15 Teacher: Kindred Team: ap u. S. History
Antebellum Reform Movements Review: Students will watch 3 brief video clips and answer the following questions: “How did these social movements change society and politics? How did the 2nd Great Awakening influence these movements?”
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Fascism Case Study: Mussolini and HitlerFascism Case Study: Mussolini and Hitler
Wwi and the change in the way people viewed society, government and life in general. A new –ism – Fascism – a form of extreme Nationalism, attracted those who felt frustrated by the Treaty of Versailles and the post- wwi world
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Tisas paragraph: Sample Name: Topic Sentence: Introduces focused argument for the paragraph aka “mini thesis” ExTisas paragraph: Sample Name: Topic Sentence: Introduces focused argument for the paragraph aka “mini thesis” Ex
In Ray Bradbury’s short story “Dark They Were and Golden-Eyed,” he uses symbol of yellow eye color to represent the subtle, yet inevitable
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‘Population the long view’‘Population the long view’
In short, ‘the meeting aims to explore how ‘micro’ and ‘macro’ processes in demography interact with each other, and to put the ‘population’ back into population studies
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On The Road Jack Kerouac, Sophie’s Choice William Styron, Howl Allen Ginsberg, The Great GatsbyOn The Road Jack Kerouac, Sophie’s Choice William Styron, Howl Allen Ginsberg, The Great Gatsby
On The Road Jack Kerouac, Sophie’s Choice William Styron, Howl Allen Ginsberg, The Great Gatsby Francis Scott Fitzgerald, The Grapes of Wrath John Steinbeck, The Sun Also Rises Ernest Hemingway
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The ambiguity of inquiry in management research: An American Pragmatist perspective Paper presented to the The Fourth Nordic Pragmatism Conference, Copenhagen 2011The ambiguity of inquiry in management research: An American Pragmatist perspective Paper presented to the The Fourth Nordic Pragmatism Conference, Copenhagen 2011
The ambiguity of inquiry in management research: An American Pragmatist perspective
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Y2 Spanish History Timeline (disorder them and get the student to do the timeline to be stuck on the board)Y2 Spanish History Timeline (disorder them and get the student to do the timeline to be stuck on the board)
Arab and Berber forces from northern Africa cross Strait of Gibraltar to occupy Iberian Peninsula
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Alft/ Kyle/ Van Over American Studies 1-2Alft/ Kyle/ Van Over American Studies 1-2
Those were the most popular actions mafia would be interested in. Thus, mafia had a negative impact in the American society because it inspired Americans to follow such illegal actions, which led to a deteriorating society
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Muslim Journeys, Human JourneysMuslim Journeys, Human Journeys
I said, “What shall I recite?” He squeezed me so tightly that I thought it was death, then he released me and said “Recite!” I said, “What shall I recite?” he squeezed me again until I thought I would die, then he let me go and said
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American Government Bill of Rights AssessmentAmerican Government Bill of Rights Assessment
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Important steps to german unificationImportant steps to german unification
Napoleon's conquests destroyed the Holy Roman Empire (1806) and unified many western German states in his Confederation of the Rhine
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Definitions: Human, person, anthropology (term, cultural & physical), freedom, creation, free-will ConceptsDefinitions: Human, person, anthropology (term, cultural & physical), freedom, creation, free-will Concepts
What is free-will? Make reference to the Justice league Unlimited Episode: Unlimited (Batman)
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Wluml dossier 23-24 July 2001 dossier 23-34Wluml dossier 23-24 July 2001 dossier 23-34
Mohammad Reza Shah, who again homogenized women’s organizations and created an umbrella organization with royal patronage, while at the same time accepting as part of his modernization program some women’s proposals to better women’s legal and
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Trial of the rosenbergs: an accountTrial of the rosenbergs: an account
As is the case with many famous trials, it is also the story of a particular time: the early 1950's with its cold war tensions and headlines dominated by Senator Joseph McCarthy and his demagogic tactics
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Remember the parents, forgive the children, transcending the wounds of the holocaustRemember the parents, forgive the children, transcending the wounds of the holocaust
E “senders” of our national wound, in the sense of reminding the world what has happened to us, and educating our people never to forget
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Highlighted items indicate editorial changesHighlighted items indicate editorial changes
This is in keeping with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, Executive Order 11246, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1988, nc g. S. 126-16 and 126-17
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Choosing a Court: Jurisdiction over the LitigantsChoosing a Court: Jurisdiction over the Litigants
U. S. Constitution, amendment XIV: “…nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property without due process of the law.”
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Belgium: Definition of International Torture 6Belgium: Definition of International Torture 6
The Belgian government and the delegates here today stand against torture and the immoral countries and terror groups which choose to enact inhumane treatment of individuals
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What did the Nazi party believe? 1 Lebensraum the need for \What did the Nazi party believe? 1 Lebensraum the need for 'living space' for the German nation to expand. Result of this belief
Result of this belief: Germany began expanding into and attacking neighboring countries
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