Shandi Pace

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1968: The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy
3 days ago
Robert Francis Kennedy was a family man and an open-minded politician who strived for change within the United States. Shot at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles after winning the Californian preside...
A Trip to a Neighbouring Nation's Capital
8 days ago
Washington D.C. looks stunning during the fall. I mean, how could a city that’s rich with so much history not seem like the most beautiful place to be during any season. The leaves that are shades of ...
1968: The Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
20 days ago
There is no figure more celebrated in the work he did for civil rights than Martin Luther King Jr. His death on April 4, 1968, due to an assassin’s bullet, left the nation and especially the black com...
1968: The Height of the Vietnam War
a month ago
It’s pretty much impossible to talk about 1968 without mentioning the Vietnam War. An issue that plagued Lyndon Johnson’s presidency, the Vietnam War, reached its peak at the start of the year. It’s d...
1968: Rock ’n’ Roll’s Triumphant Year
2 months ago
The year 1967 represented a cultural shift in music that would continue far past its 365 days. Turning the page onto a new year, 1968 was different. Multiple musicians that ruled the “Summer of Love” ...
The Cultural Impact of the Beatles - The Fans and Touring
2 months ago
The popularity of the Beatles throughout the 60s was indescribable. Thousands of teenagers would show up at airports around the world to catch a glimpse of them and queue in line for hours for the sli...