1. Brian Allen

    Black History Month Paper

    George Washington Carver

    During the mid-years of 1860’s, a true American hero was born – George Washington Carver. Diamond Grove, Missouri is the birthright for the slave child Carver that would end up helping millions. Carver spent most of his early youth on a farm with his family’s slave masters: …

  2. Brian Allen

    Reflecting “Reap what you sow” on #ThisAmericanLife


    Alabama’s new immigration law aims to make life so difficult for illegal immigrants that they will “self-deport.” And in a way it’s working. Immigrants are fleeing Alabama…but not just the undocumented ones. This and other stories of people living with the unintended consequences of their decisions. (Summary from This

  3. Brian Allen

    That Peanut Guy.. Nom Nom Nom. Crunch


    For an assignment in Digital Media 1, I was asked to pick a well-known Kansan so I can create an poster for Black History Month. My original pick was Gordan Parks, sadly someone in my class fought for him over a game of Paper-Rock-Scissors (well, I lost — I am …

  4. Brian Allen

    Black History Month Poster Proposal


    1.  Gordan Parks

    2. Langston Hughes

    3. Frank Marshall Davis

    4. Black Cowboys

    5. Benjamin “Pap” Singleton

    6. George Washington Carver

    7. Charlie Parker

    8. Eva Jessye

    9. Brown v. Board of Education

    10. Aaron Douglas


  5. Brian Allen

    Social Media: The Missing Link between Students and Educators


    In our present day, many people use the internet to purchase items, find interesting information, or to electronically socialize with friends and family. As our internet infused lifestyle remains to be a stronghold in our social aspects, many non-internet multigenerational users are finally reaching appreciative common ground with the ever …

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