Wouldn’t Take Anything For My Journey Now

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<ul><li> 1. Wouldnt Take Anything For My Journey Now<br />By: Preston Tang<br />DelveenTahir<br />Tatiana Caicedo<br />Jaden Le<br />Nataly Escamilla<br />Sharon Feliciano<br />Ellen Boucher<br />Gabriela Ochoa<br />ParwinTahir<br /></li></ul> <p> 2. Major Life Events<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyHqafC740Q<br /> 3. Cohorts<br />Family<br />Friends<br />Community<br />Religion<br /> 4. Historical Times<br />What happen during 1993?<br />Jan 20 - Bill Clinton becomes the 42nd President of the United States.<br />Feb 11 Janet Reno is selected to be the Attorney General of the United States.<br />Feb 26 The World Trade Center is bombed.6 people are killed and over 1,000 injured.<br />Feb 28 The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms attempts to arrest David Koresh.<br />April 17 Laurence Powell and Stacey Koon are found guilty at the 2nd Rodney King trial.<br />April 19 In Waco, TX, the 51-day stand-off at the Branch Davidian compound ends .<br />April 22 The Holocaust Memorial Museum, located in Washington D.C., is dedicated.<br /> 5. April 28 An executive order requires the Air Force to allow women to fly war planes.<br />June 25 Kim Campbell becomes the first female Prime Minister of Canada.<br />July 19 Pres. Clinton announces his dont ask, dont tell policy.<br />August 17 This is the first day Buckingham Palace allows the public to enter the grounds.<br />Sept 13 PLO leader, Yassar Arafat, and Israeli Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rubin, sign a peace accord.<br />Oct 19 Benazir Bhutto becomes the first elected female Prime Minister in Pakistan.<br />Dec 7 The 32-member Transitional Executive Committee holds its first meeting in Cape Town.<br />Dec 22 The interim South African constitution was approved.<br /> 6. Cultural Norms Expressed through these Events<br />Race:That Was Then, This Is Now<br />Gender: Youve Come A Long Ways, Baby<br />New issues in the spotlight<br /> 7. At this point in her life<br />Nationally-known figure<br />Teacher<br />Lecturer<br />Poet<br />Author<br />Director<br />Composer<br />Plus<br /> 8. Life Events<br /></p> <ul><li>Fired from job at 16. Wrote the poem "Mrs. V. B. </li></ul> <p> 9. Stamps, Arkansas. Grandma pointed out "whining and complaining. 10. Student of Modern Dance; danced for black orgs. Encouraged by elders. 11. Once a year: "A Day Away."</p>