…account information, telephone number, and email address). You may choose to donate to us via mail, telephone call, online, or text message (via a Text2Give program as approved by the…

…share their writing at the Write-In’s open mic and all pieces will be showcased online at BlackWordsMatter.org. Additionally, Press 421 – a small press in Atlanta – will publish Black…

…out these online modules that help you learn even more about the outstanding sources available through the Library of Congress website. Have fun exploring the Library of Congress online (www.loc.gov)…

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…1922. Click here to examine this collection. In addition to these free sites, many subscription services, including www.genealogybank.com, www.ancestry.com, and www.newspapers.com, have growing resources. Some Maryland libraries provide access to…

…an online magazine curated by bestselling author Roxane Gay, Aden Weisel thought of visual artists who addressed some of the same themes as the magazine. Inspired by the magazine, Weisel…

…of National History Day topics are available at http://www.nhd.org/wp-content/uploads/selection.pdf. I am accessing AskUsNow! because I want to learn how to: find primary and secondary sources. narrow down my thesis statement….

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…Register Online Howard County Library System, Maximize Your History Day Research September 22, 2022, 7:00 – 8:30 pm Elkridge Branch, 6540 Washington Blvd Elkridge, MD 21075 Assigned a National History…

…to help students like you! If you do not have access to such places in your community, there are great online resources, including the National History Day website or the…

…must be approved in writing by Maryland Humanities. This includes changes in speakers and scholars involved in the project. Requests for program changes must be submitted in writing and in…

…this common purpose in examining everyday life is highlighted in the works of two of Baltimore’s best-known female writers, Lucille Clifton and Anne Tyler. Photo courtesy of www.poetryfoundation.org Born in…

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