Tag: World War II

Former United States Secretary of Education Dies at Age 95

Former United States Secretary of Education Dies at Age 95

A sixth-generation Mexican American and the former United States Secretary of Education, Lauro Cavazos died on Tuesday in Concord, Massachusetts. He was the first Hispanic person ever to serve in the United States Cabinet. In the 1980s, Cavazos saw schools suffering from budget cuts, low academic performances, and increased high school dropouts.

The Fight for Ukraine’s Freedom Expands in New York City

The Fight for Ukraine’s Freedom Expands in New York City

Stomp. Boom. Crr. The Kyiv train station is flooded with people trying to make the move to Lviv. The missiles made a dent in some buildings. At the train station, a haunting picture instills cold reminders of World War II as families right then and there are split for the war effort. Then, there are women and men in Ukraine who are staying behind to fight for their country.

Celebration of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee for the 70th Anniversary of her Accession to the Throne

Celebration of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee for the 70th Anniversary of her Accession to the Throne

95 years young, Queen Elizabeth is one of the three other monarchs to have reigned for 70 years. She is currently Britain’s longest reigning monarch whose legacy has influenced nations from all around the world. In the past couple months, Queen’s Elizabeth’s health has slowly declined and canceled public appearances. She provides an endorsement for her daughter-in-law, Camilla, in support as the Queen Consort.

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