SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
INSTRUCTOR: Christopher Parillo, M.A.
COURSE: US History I
DEPT: Social Sciences
CATALOG: HIS 103 CRN 94204
SEMESTER: Fall 2010
DAY AND TIME: WED. 6:00-9:00 PM
LOCATION: Orient Building, Room O135
The New York Times, "4 POLICEMEN HURT IN 'VILLAGE' RAID; Melee Near
Sheridan Square Follows Action at Bar," June 29, 1969.
This newspaper article written by an anonymous author appeared in the streets of
New York the day after the S
Emotions Cultivated from
Guilt (ancestors are apart of this shameful event)
Anger (wanting revenge)
Groups that care about
Survivors-ownership of the story; personal connecti
The Stonewall Riots: Intolerable Injustice
On June 28th 1969, the police ran what was thought to be a typical, routine raid of
the time, on the Stonewall Inn, located in Greenwich Village, New York City.
Unfortunately the raid was anything but typical. Ye
Marking Landscapes of
Violence and Tragedy
February 25, 2013
Creating a sacred place by setting the site apart and
dedicating it to the memory of an event of person.
Elements of Sanctification
Bound from the surrounding environment, marked
Jewish Heritage Museum Write Up
Before visiting the Museum of Jewish Heritage: A living Memorial to the
Holocaust I plainly assumed that this museum would consist mainly of objects from the
holocaust. I, of course, also assumed that a description would be
On June 28th 1969, the police ran what was known as a typical, routine raid, at the
time, on the Stonewall Inn, located in Greenwich Village, New York City. The raid had
not gone as planned. After being fed up with the harassment, bullying and embarrassme
The first major argument that arose in the making of this museum was one
regarding whether or not the photographs should be retouched. On one hand, the
photographs were copies of copies and therefore dirt, dust, and other objects were added
Carried to the Wall
In Carried to the Wall, Kristin Haas shows how "ordinary Americans"
contribute to the debate over what meaning Americans had within the war in Vietnam.
Hass is able to make sense of why these simplistic, inanimate objects carry so much