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Malcolm X
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Malcolm X

Malcolm X was an African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist. B) It impacts me because he fought for our rights to be together and not separated, and without him I wouldn't have half of the friends I have today.C) It relates to present day because now everyone is treated equal.

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Babe Ruth
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Babe Ruth

A) Babe Ruth was a famous baseball player whose career in Major League Baseball spanned 22 seasons, from 1914 through 1935. B) It impacts me because even though I don't understand the game I still going to baseball games with my family.C) Babe is still talked about today and is almost every baseball players hero.

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Thomas Edison
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Thomas Edison

A) Thomas Edison was an American inventor and America's greatest inventor of the electric light bulb.B) It impacts me because I know how bad it is when you have a power outage and can't see anything,without Thomas we wouldn't be able to see in the dark.C) It relates to present day because we use light bulbs every single day.

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Henry Ford
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Henry Ford

A) Henry Ford was the man who brought cost effective cars to America. B) It impacts me because I love to drive , love learning how to drive and I love seeing new cars being made.C) Without Henry Ford we would not have half of the cars that we have today because he has the most popular car brand in America.

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Booker Washington
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Booker Washington

A) Booker Taliaferro Washington was an American educator, author, orator, and advisor to presidents of the United States.Washington was the leader in the African-American community.B) It impacts me because I see Washington as a part of slavery being demolished,and he could be the main reason that their wasn't anymore African-Americans born into slavery.C) It impacts society today because now their are now more slaves in the United States becauase he was the voice of the slaves and spoke up for everyone.

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Pearl Harbor
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Pearl Harbor

A)The attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise military strike by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service against the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. B) I don't know how it impacts me but I liked learning about Pearl Harbor and how it happened.C) This relates to present day because now to keep Pearl Harbor in our hearts and minds we now have a Pearl Harbor Remembrance day for those who lost their lives on December 7, 1941.

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Dorothy Height
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Dorothy Height

Dorothy Irene Height was an administrator and educator who worked as a civil rights and women's rights activist.She mainly focused on the Issues of African-American women.She also came up with the idea of the 1st black family reunion.B) It impacted me because the best time of the year is our family reunion when I get to spend time with my family from down south.C) It relates to present day because now we are still having family reunions all over the United States and African-American women have more freedoms and rights.

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Wright Brothers
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Wright Brothers

A) The Wright brothers, Orville and Wilbur were American aviators,engineers,inventors,and aviation pioneers who invented and built the worlds first successful airplane.B) Its important to me because I like travel to different places via airplane and it is cool to learn about the people who made it happen.C) And it relates to present day because without the Wright brothers we wouldn't have airplanes today.

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Amelia Earhart
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Amelia Earhart

A) Amelia Mary Earhart was an American aviation pioneer.Amelia was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.B) Amelia is an inspiration to women everywhere including myself she shows that women really can do anything as long as you put your mind to it.C) In present day Amelia is not forgotten,thanks to her we have multiple female piolets that are great at their jobs.

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Women In The 1920's
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Women In The 1920's

A)The changing role of women was a result of the work they did during the war.The number of working women increased by 25% because jobs had to be filled .B) Women did not have respect and were treated like property,like they were made to stay home,cook, clean, and take care of their children.Even though women were still not treated the best. It shows how powerful women were and how this created the society that we have now.C) Now women can be the owner or manager of a company or own businesses.

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