Hey everyone! AwesomeEwok here and welcome back to Today In History. And today for Today In History I will be talking about Brown vs. The Board of Education. In a major civil rights victory, the U.S. Supreme Court hands down an unanimous decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, ruling that racial segregation in public schools is unconstitutional. This historic decision, which brought an end to racial segregation, specifically dealt with Linda Brown, a young African American girl who had been denied admission to her local elementary school in Topeka, Kansas, because of the color of her skin. In 1896, the Supreme Court ruled in Plessy v. Ferguson that “separate but equal” accommodations in railroad cars conformed to the 14th Amendment’s guarantee of equal protection. That ruling was used to justify segregating all public facilities, including elementary schools. However, in the case of Linda Brown, the white school she attempted to attend was far superior to her black alternative and miles closer to her home. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) took up Linda’s cause, and in 1954 Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka reached the Supreme Court. African American lawyer (and future Supreme Court justice) Thurgood Marshall led Brown’s legal team, and on May 17, 1954, the high court handed down its decision. In an opinion written by Chief Justice Earl Warren, the nation’s highest court ruled that not only was the “separate but equal” doctrine unconstitutional in Linda’s case, it was unconstitutional in all cases because educational segregation stamped an inherent badge of inferiority on African American students. The Brown v. Board of Education decision served to greatly motivate the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s and ultimately led to the abolishment of racial segregation in all public facilities and accommodations. Well that’s all for Today In History, I’m AwesomeEwok and remember to yub nub on.
Hi there Chocokitten123 here and welcome back to S.H.I.T. Talk. Today I am going to be interviewing Abraham Lincoln.
Chocokitten123: Hello Mr. Lincoln.
Lincoln: Hello Chocokitten123, how are you?
Chocokitten123: I am fine, and you?
Lincoln: I am doing good.
Chocokitten123: Okay First question, how do you like the 21st century?
Lincoln: I like it very much, there is a treat you have called ice cream and my favorite flavor is chocolate.
Chocokitten123: Ya, I like that one too.
Lincoln: And they have a little pad that you can play games on.
Chocokitten123: You mean a tablet?
Lincoln: Yes, that.
Chocokitten123: Ya, tablets are really fun.
Chocokitten123: Next question, what was your time like?
Lincoln: Well it wasn’t like yours, it was kinda boring and didn’t have devices like yours.
Chocokitten123: Next question, if you can bring something from my time to yours what would it be?
Lincoln: Hmm…….. tablet!
Chocokitten123: Good choice.
Chocokitten123: Last question, what is your favorite Disney character?
Lincoln: That little alien.
Chocokitten123: You mean Stitch?
Chocokitten123: I like him too.
Chocokitten123: Well that’s all for now, I am Chocokitten123 and see you next time on S.H.I.T talk.
Lincoln: This is some good ice cream.
Hey everyone! AwesomeEwok here and today I’m gonna tell you about Lego City Undercover. This game is about a police officer named Chase McCain and his mission to hunt down the notorious criminal, Rex Fury. This open-world Lego adventure allows fans and newcomers to explore the sprawling metropolis that is Lego City, with more than 20 unique districts to investigate, filled with car thieves to bust, vehicles to navigate, mischievous aliens to capture, and hundreds of collectibles. Some features of the game are the unique outfits that you can use, each outfit has it’s own skill’s and abilities. Also you can drive over one hundred vehicles on the streets of Lego City. Also you can explore the entire area of Lego City. All of these features form the awesome open world adventure of Lego City Undercover. This game is really awesome and it looks amazing to play. Well that’s all the time I have for today, I’m AwesomeEwok and remember to yub nub on.
Hi there, Chocokitten123 here and welcome back to Book Review. Today I am going to talk about The Call Of The Wild. The Call Of The Wild is about a dog named Buck who was owned by Judge Miller and Buck had a happy life in Santa Clara Valley. Until, when Miller was at a meeting and his sons were at a club, Miller’s gardener, Manuel, kidnapped Buck and took him to a train station were Manuel sold Buck to a strange man and took him on the train. Buck did not like the man, when ever he tried to attack him he pulls the rope on Buck and chokes Buck, and through out the trip Buck didn’t eat or drink. Then they finally reached their last stop and Buck was angry, and then a man in a red sweater let out Buck, then the man started hitting Buck with a club and then Buck lad on the ground and was whimpering in pain. The man gave the injured dog some food and water, then they went for a walk and a man named Perrault saw Buck and bought him for $1,000 dollars for his dog sled team so then he can reach Skagway to get gold. Perrault had another dog named Curly, and the two dogs got along swell, they meet two other dogs, Spitz and Dave. Then, when the men were setting up camp, Curly got into a fight with a husky and lost. The name of the other dogs in the team are Billee, Joe, Sol-leks, Pike, Dub, Dolly, Teek, and Koona. What do you think will happen to the sled team? Do you think they will make it all the way to Skagway or will they be stuck in the snow? Read it to find out. Well that’s all for now, I’m Chocokitten123 and see you next time on Book Review.
Hey everyone! AwesomeEwok here and today I’m gonna tell you about the NASA Apollo Saturn V. This set looks super cool! It also has lots of amazing features, like it detaches in three stages, it contains the Lunar Lander and Lunar Orbiter, it also has three micro figures that are astronauts. This set is super cool and it is also based off the Apollo 11 spacecraft. The Apollo 11 was the first manned spacecraft to land on the moon and return to earth. It was 363 feet tall and 33 feet in diameter, it was as taller than the statue of liberty. This set is 39 inches high and 6 inches in diameter. This set has a collection of very unique pieces that form this magnificent spacecraft. It is an awesome Lego set and it looks really cool to have. Well that’s all the time I have for today, I’m AwesomeEwok and remember to yub nub on!
Hi there, Chocokitten123 here and welcome back to Create Like the Greats. Today I am going to talk about Pablo Picasso. Pablo was born in Málaga, Spain, in 1881, Pablo Picasso, became one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century and the creator (with Georges Braque) of Cubism. A Spanish expatriate painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist and stage designer. Picasso was considered radical in his work. After a long prolific career, he died on April 8, 1973, in Mougins, France. The enormous body of Picasso’s work remains, however, and the legend lives on—a tribute to the vitality of the “disquieting” Spaniard with the “sombrepiercing” eyes who superstitiously believed that work would keep him alive. His art is amazing and awesome and I wish to grow up to be just like him. Well thats all for now see you next time on Create Like the Greats!
Hey everyone! This is AwesomeEwok and today I’m gonna tell you about the Transcontinental Railroad. On this day in 1869, the presidents of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific railroads met in Promontory, Utah, and drove a ceremonial last spike into a rail line that connects their railroads. This made transcontinental railroad travel possible for the first time in U.S. history. Since 1832, both Eastern and frontier statesmen realized a need to connect the two coasts. It was not until 1853, though, that Congress appropriated funds to survey several routes for the transcontinental railroad. The actual building of the railroad would have to wait even longer, as North-South tensions prevented Congress from reaching an agreement on where the line would begin. One year into the Civil War, a Republican-controlled Congress passed the Pacific Railroad Act, guaranteeing public land grants and loans to the two railroads it chose to build the transcontinental line, the Union Pacific and the Central Pacific. With these in hand, the railroads began work in 1866 from Omaha and Sacramento, forging a northern route across the country. In their eagerness for land, the two lines built right past each other, and the final meeting place had to be renegotiated. Harsh winters, staggering summer heat, Indian raids and the lawless, rough-and-tumble conditions of newly settled western towns were many problems that made the Union Pacific workers miserable. After all the adversity they suffered, the Union Pacific and Central Pacific workers were able to finish the railroad laying nearly 2,000 miles of track by 1869, ahead of schedule and under budget. Their work had a immediate impact. The years following the construction of the railway were years of rapid growth and expansion of the United States. Well that’s all the time I have for today I’m AwesomeEwok and remember to yub nub on.