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So today we went to the camps, Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau. We’ve been in Poland for a few days and I’ll do a separate post about it later, but this shouldn’t be a part of that. 773 more words


DC Diary - Week 3 at the LoC

May 14, 2018, Monday

Spent the day at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum but I only had the energy to check their permanent exhibition, which has one of the best exhibition designs I’ve seen so far: blown up graphics, sticker line maps on the glass cases, a few selected artifacts/documents but lots of context. 1,128 more words


POLAND: The Auschwitz Birkenau German Nazi Concentration & Extermination Camp - a dark chapter in human history

(Note: This post is not for the faint-hearted because of some gruesome photos. For educational purposes only.)

It did happen. The cruel things perpetrated by the Nazi Germany, which were described in my school books, they did happen. 937 more words

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T.I Posts Very Disturbing Video Alongside A Powerful Emotional Write Up On Police Brutality

“Justice has no color. Neither does racism. The abuse of power by the policemen that essentially work for US,the tax paying citizens of this country has become undeniable,” says Tip, embracing his role as the voice of the people. 603 more words

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Badge of Honor

The text overlaying the picture reads:

He has a shrewd, calculating mind and well-balanced powers of judgment.  He has imagination and definite initiative.  In character he is determined and self-confident. 

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Family History


Review written by Raul De Leon

A Bag of Marbles (2018)

Is it possible to smile through war? Through courage and endurance, ten-year-old Joseph and twelve-year-old Maurice, manage to be merry through the toughest of times. 576 more words

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