Rebecca Jun

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#InContext: Alice Paul

#InContext: Alice Paul

By: REBECCA JUN Women have cast ballots and contributed to the greater American vision as voters for a century. On August 25, 1920, the 19th...

#InContext: Scott Harrison

#InContext: Scott Harrison

By: REBECCA JUN Today, Americans are fueled by checking off to-do lists and chasing an inbox count to zero. While busy schedules are marked by...

#InContext: Carol Moseley Braun

#InContext: Carol Moseley Braun

By: REBECCA JUN As the first African American female U.S. senator elected in 1993, Carol Moseley Braun worked to define herself as “a symbol of hope...

#InContext: Barack Obama

#InContext: Barack Obama

By: REBECCA JUN On January 4, 2010, President Barack Obama made a Presidential Proclamation, declaring January as National Slavery and Human...

#InContext: King George VI

#InContext: King George VI

By: REBECCA JUN “It’ll all be over by Christmas.” In 1939, the British Empire held onto this mantra until Christmas day actually came. In September,...