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Date: Jul 28 2016
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[caption id="attachment_9338" align="alignright" width="300"] Courtesy MA Center for Civics Education.[/caption] During the economic, political, and social climate of 2017, the obvious need for a well-educated and informed group of young citizens has become increasing evident. In an effort to support students as they transition into adulthood, programs such as We the People and the MA Center for…
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Date: Jul 25 2016
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HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 3, Issue 20 for July 21, 2016

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“Library Fends Off DDoS Attack” - July 17-20, hackers attacked LoC.Gov. Things are back to normal, but if you find an area that is still down, report it at: website comment form. LoC.Gov will be down July 29-31.

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Date: Jul 18 2016
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Islam dates back to the 7th century when, according to religious tradition, a forty-year-old merchant named Muhammad was visited by the Archangel Gabriel near the city of Mecca on the Arabian Peninsula. Muhammad was told that he was the last prophet in a line of prophets that included Moses and Jesus. Allah’s revelations to Muhammad were made in Arabic thus establishing Arabic as the official lang…
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Date: Jul 5 2016
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[caption id="attachment_9313" align="alignright" width="160"] Poster shows the interior of a prison cell where a woman is being forcibly held seated in a chair by a man and a woman while another man pours liquid into a tube inserted in the woman's nose; written on the prison wall is "votes for women."[/caption] “We the women of America, tell you that America is not a democracy! Twenty million wom…
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Date: Jul 1 2016
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HISTORY eNEWS Vol. 3, Issue 19 for July 1, 2016

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Over 150 K–12 educators and higher education faculty applied to participate in the History and Social Science standards revision process. ESE is narrowing the panel to 40 and planning five meetings starting in October. A public survey will be online Aug. 1. The panel will revise standards and propose options f…