KEY TERMS FOR THIS INTERVIEW LECTURE Follow along and take notes on the who, what, when, where, and historical significance for each major key term. The “Migrant City” The “Black Promised Land” W.E.B. DuBois The “color line” de facto segregation The Watts Rebellion (1965) The Black Panther Party Crack (or “rock”) cocaine 1984 Olympic Games… MORE

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  Warning: Graphic Content  In compliance with the “Hard Histories” series with the New York Department of Education, we asked OAH Distinguished Lecturer Kevin Boyle to discuss the traumatic and harrowing history of lynching in Jim Crow America by analyzing the infamous lynching photograph taken in Marion, Indiana on August 7, 1930 by studio photographer… MORE

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Primary Source: Map: World’s Columbian Exposition 1893 made by Rand McNally & Co.  KEY TERMS FOR THIS LECTURE  Follow along and take notes on the who, what, when, where, and historical significance for each major key term. Electrification White City City Beautiful Movement Turner Thesis The Midway Dahomey Village Samoan Village Exotification Ferris Wheel H.H.… MORE

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