Jamie Stiehm, a Creators Syndicate columnist and
contributor to USNEWS.com, discusses how
Thomas Jefferson, the Sage of Monticello, was a
brilliant thinker and a charmed, beloved Virginian.
But you did not want to land on his enemies list.
Do you have questions about your legal rights at work? Learn about your legal rights during the job application process, while on the job, and after leaving a job. Topics covered include discrimination, payment of wages, applying for jobs if you have a criminal record, and more.
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Join University of Maryland scholars Kevin Kim (American Studies), Cody Osterman (History), and Malaurie Pilatte (School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures) as they hold a discussion on the history and politics of gentrification in Mt. Pleasant. This interdisciplinary group of researchers utilized multiple sources of data, from archival resources to current day promotional materials, to think through the many changes the neighborhood has seen and continues to see to this day.
Jamie Stiehm, a Creators Syndicate columnist and contributor to USNEWS.com, discusses how President Lincoln's Gettysburg Address in 1863 and President Kennedy's assassination in Dallas in 1963 happened exactly 100 Novembers apart.
"The Power of Two: Most Presidents Come in Pairs"
Jamie Stiehm, a Creators Syndicate columnist and contributor to USNEWS.com, discusses how our American presidents, from the Early Republic to modern times, made it a point to extend their living legacies.
Saturday, October 8, 2016
1 - 2 pm
Come join this interactive discussion, led by author Aaron Hamburger, who teaches writing at the George Washington University, to explore how Diaz’s inventive use of Spanglish creates a uniquely layered reading experience, resulting in different stories for different readers.
The Chevy Chase DC Library will begin its yearly lecture/discussion series on September 20, 2016. The theme for the 2016-2017 series will be "Crime and Punishment." In this series, we will be reading 10 works of fiction from different eras and genres that explore humankind's struggle for systems of justice that work for all.