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When the Supreme Court Justified Japanese Internment Camps | Korematsu v. United States When the Supreme Court Justified Japanese Internment Camps | Korematsu v. United States

Mr. Beat presents Supreme Court Briefs Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7, 1941 December 7, 1941…yeah Japan drops bombs on an American naval base, killing more than 2400 Americans, and injuring 1000 more. In response, the United States declares war on Japan, officially entering World War II. Increasingly, Americans viewed anyone of Japanese heritage suspiciously. Japanese…

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The 2003 Fiesta Bowl’s climactic moment deserves a deep rewind | Ohio State vs Miami The 2003 Fiesta Bowl’s climactic moment deserves a deep rewind | Ohio State vs Miami

– [Narrator] It’s January 3rd, 2003. We’re at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona. The number one Miami Hurricanes are looking to keep their hopes alive against number two Ohio State. This snap will decide if we’re going on to a third overtime, or if the Buckeyes get to hoist the national championship trophy for…

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Hubertus Knabe: The dark secrets of a surveillance state Hubertus Knabe: The dark secrets of a surveillance state

This year, Germany is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the peaceful revolution in East Germany. In 1989, the Communist regime was moved away, the Berlin Wall came down, and one year later, the German Democratic Republic, the GDR, in the East was unified with the Federal Republic of Germany in the West to found today’s…

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The Seattle 1999 WTO protest was a battle for food sovereignty The Seattle 1999 WTO protest was a battle for food sovereignty

I was in Seattle as part of the IFG, the International Forum on Globalization, which brought together all of us who were questioning GATT, which was the precursor of the WTO before the Marrakesh agreement was signed. I was fighting GATT because of the corporations who mentioned GATT first in a meeting in 1987 in…

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The Baltic States in World War 1 I THE GREAT WAR SPECIAL The Baltic States in World War 1 I THE GREAT WAR SPECIAL

Before the First World War, what are today Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia were part of the Russian Empire. As that empire fought and fell, so too fought the soldiers of the Baltic States, first during the war, and then in their struggles for eventual independence. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to a Great War Special Episode…

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Master of Social Work | Westfield State University Master of Social Work | Westfield State University

I decided to attend Westfield State for my MSW degree because at that point, I was ready for a change. I was working in a high-level kind of paid position for a bachelor’s degree, but I kind of lost gusto for the job and my passion. So I knew I needed to come and update…

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Inside The Stalin Archives: The Secrets of The Great Terror Inside The Stalin Archives: The Secrets of The Great Terror

hello and welcome to books of our time brought to you by the Massachusetts School of Law and seen nationwide today we shall discuss a book which discusses the efforts to publish eight books based not just on historians prior knowledge of the Soviet Union but extensively on the Soviet Union’s archives which were partially…

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Weird Borders: State Borders of the United States of America Weird Borders: State Borders of the United States of America

The US states have some iconic shape, but if you look closely ,you’ll see many irregularities, such as the Kentucky Bend, which is a tiny piece of Kentucky, home to 18 people, cut off from the rest of Kentucky by the state of Missouri. The border is defined by the Mississippi River, which loops south…

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