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Students Rock National History Day Competition
And special congratulations to the TWENTY-FOUR students who advanced to March 24 regional competition at Clayton State University and the National Archives in Morrow. These students are:

Documentaries

Moontashir Siam  - “The Failed Compromise Made During 1919 Paris Peace Conference, Conflict of Ideas Between of Ideas

                                      Between Wilson and Clemenceau”

Jasmine Martin – “Graffiti: The All-AmericanArt Form”

Jessica Spurgeon – “Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation” 

Ashrakat Hassan and Sia Kamara – “The Camp David Accords: Adhesive for Division or the Arousal of Conflict?"

Kwayla Jones and MaeKaylia Jackson – “ The Unwinnable War: Effects of the Korean War” 

Exhibits

 Thang Huynh – “Woodrow Wilson’s Conflict; Treaty of Versailles: A Compromise?”

Sydney Coleman and Zion Benjamin – “Malcolm X: Man of Controversy and Change”

Historical Papers

Natalia Brown – “Letters on the Color Line: W.E.B. Dubois vs. Booker T. Washington"

Websites

Alyse Dalomba – “Seneca Falls: The Launch of the Women’s Suffrage Movement”

Sheri Akinniyi – “The Albany Movement: Marching Towards Racial Unification”

Rebecca Oluokun – “The Lend-Lease Act: The Compromise That Led to a Conflict”

Daniel Baldwin, Modi Longa, and Shola Taiwo – “The Failure of Compromise: The Mexican  War for Independence"

Assia Ali and Suad Mohamed – “Fighting for the Ballot: The Struggle for Equal Voices in Goverment"

Oscar Escorza, Anuska Giri, and Nirmala Niraula – “Rwandan Genocide: The Conflict and Comproise That Shocked the World"

Dante Cheatam-Jones and Ridouane Moumaris – “The Imjin War: Effects on East Asian Foreign Relation"

 

15 total projects advancing, 8 individual projects and 7 group projects, 4 out of 5 categoriesnts who advanced to March 24 regional competition at Clayton State University and the National Archives in Morrow.
 
 
Great job, NHD superstars! And best of luck at regionals.