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Two Sides to Every History?

For the publication of A People’s History of Modern Europe, William Pelz considers how the Brexit debate will be viewed once it becomes part of our history, and whose voices will be forgotten. 883 more words

History

May ~ Election Year 1856

If there was any doubt, it becomes even more clear that slavery is a political and religious issue diving the country. Increased violence in Kansas provides a preview of what will come in 1861. 2,705 more words

American Women

ORAL HISTORY : PEOPLES EYE WITNESS ACCOUNTS :THE MILFORD STREET BRIDGE COMMUNITY HERITAGE AND ARTS PROJECT :SALISBURY WILTSHIRE ENGLAND APRIL 2016

NEWS APPEARS IN THE CURRENT ORAL HISTORY JOURNAL VOL 44 NO:1 APRIL 2016 OF THE MILFORD STREET BRIDGE PROJECT .

THE MILFORD STREET BRIDGE PROJECT IN SALISBURY WON TWO AWARDS FROM THE COMMUNITY ARCHIVE AND HERITAGE GROUP (CAHG ) IN 2015 ,ONE FOR INNOVATION AND THE OVERALL AWARD OF` COMMUNITY ARCHIVE  AND HERITAGE GROUP OF THE YEAR . 242 more words

Education

Election Year 1856 ~ April

Political issues taking the forefront: slavery, the conflict in Kansas, the rise of a new political party. Women assert their claims on civil rights, much to the distress of some men. 2,946 more words

American Women

How Non-Violence Protects the State

How Non-Violence Protects the State


A dialogue around pacifism and non-violence by Peter Gelderloos. Now available in a smaller printable pamphlet

How Non-Violence Protects the State

Notes/References

Anarchism

The Right to Rights

The Right to Rights

An article by C.L Finigno in 1913 edition of the IWW Lumberjack Union paper.

“If there is a word in the English language that has been misconstrued, misconceived and misunderstood, the word “rights”” has suffered more than any other one. 1,435 more words

People's History