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Sorry, But Not Really.

March 6, 2012


I am researching the apology letter from Congress to the Native American Peoples on behalf of the United States. I am specifically looking at the responses from the Native Peoples and the other people of the United States to the contents of the apology, and the way the apology was presented (smack dab in the […]

Noodletools/Noodlebib Review

January 3, 2012


Noodletools is a very convenient research tool for projects that use more than one or two citations. I find that it helps me keep organized because I am not the most organized person. It helps me keep things in the same place and have my notes attached to the given citation. It is super cool and I recommend […]

Bridging the Gap that “defines” racism

October 20, 2011


I think that this issue is similar to the “Chicken and Egg” question. The different topics that branch off racism fuelled slavery, but also, the enslavement of a “inferior” race by a “superior” race also played a role in the rise of racism. This happens all over the world, throughout history, and is still present. […]