Defining-Events That Shaped Our Today

Looking back, we’ve seen devastating chaos shocked the world blow after blow. There were some victorious moments worth remembering. There were those disappointing and appalling decisions made by world leaders that we are still paying the price up to this day.


World War II (1939 to 1945)

World War II left deep scars reminding us of the dark aftermath it caused. Major participants of the war focused their resources and energy into winning the war, but in the end, both parties have lost. Peace was reinstated in 1945, but the conflicts surrounding these major countries continue up to this day. The traumatic event of World War II defined us to protect peace no matter what the cost. There are still unresolved issues from World War II. Korea today is divided between the North and the South. The cruelty in North Korea is still happening.


African-American Civil Rights Movement (1954 to 1968)

Emancipation Proclamation by Abraham Lincoln brought a beacon of hope for African-American people; however, the segregation and resentment was still being felt by the Black community. African-American Civil Rights Movement had to endure the challenge of fighting for equality for over a decade. The Black community struggled to get cheap website traffic. In the end, they were able to make the world realize that we are all created equal.


September 11

In the busiest day in New York World Trade Center, known as 9/11, unexpected attacks landed into the building resulting in massive casualties and death. The bombing also led to an economic crisis, which brought the world into great distress. The loved ones of the people who died on that day build a website reminding us of the horrific results of misunderstanding between countries. Today, this event created a passage for hatred between the Christians and the Muslims.



The First African-American President of the United States (2008)

Back in the 1960s, Black people had no right to vote. In 2008, the unexpected scene in the White House came to light, a Black taking a role to lead a country for the very first time. If Martin Luther King Jr. witnessed this, we’re sure he’ll be proud. This defining moment encouraged the Black community to step up and lead a successful life.