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On June 2nd, 1924, the United States Congress passed the Indian Citizenship Act which granted citizenship to all Native Americans born within the territorial limits of the country. However, associated privileges, including the right to vote, were determined by state law and took decades to advance. The granting of citizenship applied to roughly 125,000 ...
Pasta dish I recently made :)Are you a Teachers College student, and, if so, what are you studying?Yes! I am an Ed.M. student in the School Psychology program. Where’s your hometown?...
In its 122nd year of publication, Teachers College Record is getting a digital makeover. In one way, this occurs as
Originated by the League of American Bicyclists in 1956, Bike to Work Day usually occurs in Bike to Work Week which usually falls within May of every year; the annual event aims to promote biking as a excellent option for commuting; it is less expensive, more environmentally friendly, and healthier than driving a car or using modes of public transportation. On Bike-to-Work Day numerous organization...
Are you a Teachers College student, and, if so, what are you studying?I am doing my Masters in Social-Organisational Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University.Where’...
For years an impressive painting of Florence Nightingale sat among an historic collection of Teachers College portraiture, waiting to be displayed in the Offit Gallery, Third Floor of the Gottesman Libraries. Frederick Rocher's work was exhibited in 2016 as part of the Restored Oil Paintings...
On May 2, 1963 over 1,000 African American schoolchildren skipped class to march through the streets of Birmingham, Alabama in support of desegregation, inspired and guided by the leadership of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. in the fight for civil rights. The "Children's March" or "Children's Crusade" led to the arrest of nearly 800 demonstrators, as teachers and students sang hymns in peace. ...
Early this year, stories of book banning flooded the collective conscience. Since then, waves of legislation with highly specific targets have swept through a number of states. Rulings that equate gender-affirming care for trans youth with child abuse in Texas, bills that erase discussions of LGBTQ+ history and identity in schools in Florida, executive orders barring "divisive concepts" from classrooms in Virginia, and more spring up at what seems like a dizzying pace.At a time when youth librarians are more aware of the positive impacts of representation through literat...
May of 1968 would prove to be the beginnings of a bitter spring for Columbia University's administration. The latent undercurrents of the political climate both at home and abroad— daily reflected in reported numbers dead in Vietnam, charges of police brutality, racial tensions, and traction gained by radical politics—would soon converge and dominate the fabric of Col...