A Celebration of Immigrants
In the early morning of 7 December 1941, the Empire of Japan bombed the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, in attempt to cripple the nation’s Pacific Fleet, as they felt the United States was threatening Japanese imperial interests in Southeast Asia.
The 11th of November 2020 will mark 102 years since the formal end of World War I, referred to in its time as the “War to End All Wars.” Though often overlooked for the larger scale tragedy of World War II, it is important to remember World War I for what it was – a hugely devastating conflict, the first of it
On October 2, 1908, Thurgood Marshall was born. He had a highly successful career as a lawyer, at one point representing the Brown family in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, and was a champion of the Civil Rights era.