Whenever someone mentions “Election 2012,” your first thought is probably of the race for the White House. But this November, don’t forget we also have elections for seats in Congress.
See the chalk mural timeline created by Spray, an artist, political activist and educator.
How many of our presidents were first captains of industry or small entrepreneurs, for that matter?
See how George Washington rose to the top of the ranks of the British army.
Was Terry Jones within his rights under the first amendment when he burned a religious text, or should he be condemned, possibly prosecuted for the consequences of his actions?
Emily had two options – get rid of the message she was carrying or be caught and tried as a spy!
Sometimes wearing up to 30 pounds of extra weight, Emeline hid important papers, materials, and other contraband in her voluminous skirts.
Today is the official opening of the Center’s new exhibit, Spies, Traitors and Saboteurs: Fear and Freedom in America. Allow us to share a story of one of the featured spies and her work with the French Resistance during World War II.