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Prohibition and American Culture

On January 16, 1920, the Eighteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution went into effect, instituting nationwide Prohibition. The amendment prohibited “the manufacture, sale, or transportation

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Maya Daily Life

Over many centuries, Maya civilization flourished at a number of powerful centers throughout what is now southern Mexico and northern Central America. At such sites

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Anti-Vaccination Movement

The anti-vaccination movement refers to opposition to vaccinations, usually because of beliefs that they may be unsafe and cause health problems worse than the diseases

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Media Literacy: Know the Why

Join Jacquelyn Whiting, Innovation and Technology Specialist, and Michelle Luhtala, Library Department Chair, for this discussion on how to leverage an understanding of content creators’

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“What Is My Bias?”

Teaching students to recognize their own biases is an essential step in the pro­cess of helping them become savvy consumers of information. When our students

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