A Rhetorical Look at MLK’s “I Have a Dream” Speech
Charles Moore: I Fight with My Camera “ Civil Rights Photographer
Climate Justice – How Does Climate Change Affect People Disproportionately?
The Chipko Movement
“Cueca sola” and the “Madres de lay Plaza de Mayo” – peaceful protests against Argentina/Chile dictatorships of the 70s (in Spanish)
Discrimination in Biomedical Research and Treatment Including Tuskegee Syphilis Experiments and Precision Medicine Aimed at Caucasians
Dolores Huerta, Cesar Chavez, and the United Farm Workers Union
Ecuador Indigenous People and Democratic Process
Emmett Till and the Start of the Civil Rights Movement
Exploring the Interaction of Genes and Culture in Producing the Concept of Race
HeLa Cells and Henrietta Lacks
Issues of Social Justice in Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables (in French)
Langston Hughes Poetry: He, too, Has a Dream.
Loving vs. Virginia (1967 Supreme Court Decision on Interracial Marriage)
Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story Comic Book (1957)
MLK’s speech at the APA Annual Convention to Social Scientists
Neil Degrasse Tyson, Marie Curie, Albert Baez And Game-Changing Physicists
NH State Legislature re: Transgender Rights
News That Inspires Poetry: A Look At Dudley Randall’s “Ballad Of Birmingham: On the Bombing of a Church in Birmingham, Alabama, 1963” and the newspaper articles written about this event.
The Out of Africa Hypothesis
Race and Individual Senior Thesis Topics
Racism and the Brain (the cognitive and psychological impacts of racism on the brain)
RENT: Exploring Jonathan Larson’s Award-winning Musical, which Chronicles a Year in the Life of NYC Artists and Addresses the Issues of Homelessness, Homosexuality, Homophobia, AIDS, and Drug Addiction Ending with the Simple and Important Message that All Love is Equal.
Rhetorical Shifts in MLK’s “I Have a Dream” Speech
Semi-authoritarian States or Hybrid Regimes, How Have Civil Rights Evolved?
Sounds Beyond the Dream Speech: Resistance Music and Poetry at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom (listening, viewing, and discussion)
Tiananmen Square Protests
W.E.B. DuBois, The Niagara Movement’s Declaration of Principles and Viewing of The Birth of a Nation (1915)