Shandi Pace

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Analyzing John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address
2 months ago
John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address was delivered on a freezing cold January morning in 1961. Despite his ailing back problems, he had never looked stronger than in that moment, delivering his speech ...
1968: The Presidential Race and the Democratic National Convention
7 months ago
The numerous events that led to the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in 1968 were both challenging and heartbreaking. The assassination of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F...
1968: The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy
7 months ago
Robert Francis Kennedy was a family man and an open-minded politician who strived for change within the United States. Shot at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles after winning the Californian preside...
1968: The Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
8 months ago
There is no figure more celebrated in the work he did for civil rights than Martin Luther King Jr. His death on April 4, 1968, due to an assassin’s bullet, left the nation and especially the black com...
How John F. Kennedy Became a Cultural Icon
a year ago
Tensions reached new heights due to marches on civil rights, women’s rights, the never-ending war in Vietnam and farmworker conditions. Although the majority of these movements began peacefully, the o...