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Find Out How MLK’s ‘I Have A Dream’ Speech Became A Last Minute Addition – VIDEO

Find Out How MLK’s ‘I Have A Dream’ Speech Became A Last Minute Addition – VIDEO

Tuesday, August 27, 1963, more than 200,000 people gathered in Washington D.C. for the “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom” or “The Great March on Washington” as it was later referred to in audio recordings of the event. The next day, Wednesday, August 28th, standing in front of the Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King, […]

8 Badass Facts About First Ladies That Should Inspire You (VIDEO)

BuzzFeed Yellow presents 9 badass facts about first ladies. 1. Abigail Adams, Second First Lady: Abigail fought for gender equality when she wrote a famous letter to her husband encouraging him to “remember the ladies.” 2. Dolley Madison, Fourth First Lady: When the British burned down the White House during the War of 1812 Dolley […]

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The Beatles Crossed ‘Abbey Road’ Into History 45 Years Ago (PHOTOS)

As NBC’s Today Show reports, “Crossing the street has never been as iconic a moment as it was 45 years ago on Friday, when The Beatles strolled across Abbey Road and stepped into one of rock ‘n’ roll’s most memorable images.” The photograph of George Harrison, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and John Lennon was captured […]

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Debunking Republican History: The Original Tea Party For ‘Wrong-Wingers’

(Quick disclaimer before I begin. This is a slightly edited (for length) version of a section of “The Tea Potty (pt. 1: The Early Years.”) Okay class, set your cell phones to “stun” and put them away. Johnny, either share that gum with everyone or spit it out! Today’s lesson is on the seminal “wet-dream” […]

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The Republican Who Sacrificed Over 22,000 American Lives To Win An Election

Richard Nixon may be best known for the Watergate scandal and the consequences his administration suffered due to his recording of White House conversations. However, Nixon wasn’t the first president to record conversations. As BBC reports, Nixon got the idea from Lyndon Johnson, his predecessor, who believed he had an obligation to allow historians to […]

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