Tag: Rights

The Trial of John Peter Zenger

The trial of John Peter Zenger is of importance both in the foundation of America’s judicial system and in the detailed list of Freedoms...

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

The third Monday in January is commonly known as Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Martin Luther King Day, or my favorite MLK Day. What you...

The Bonus Army vs. The United States Army

Yesterday I covered the events leading up to the Bonus Army's march on D.C. The Bonus Army, camped in a Hooverville on the Anacostia Flats,...

The Bonus Army and Their March on D.C.

The Bonus Army was the name of the 43,000 men and women that marched on Washington D.C., during the spring and summer of 1932....

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is unique--in my opinion--for two reasons: 1) The Guinness Book of World Records regards the Universal Declaration of Human...

The National Civil Rights Museum

There is big news coming from the National Civil Rights Museum. If you aren't familiar with the National Civil Rights Museum, it is in...