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History speaks to us through the many threads of the past, informing our present and predicting our future. Vox History examines those voices in a unique way. Each episode of this podcast is created by students of history at Elk Grove High School. In lieu of traditional tests and activities, the students pick the topics and produce the episodes. Sometimes you may hear the voice of teachers as well, as they become inspired by the students.

Vox Historia: The Voice of History Bruce Janu

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History speaks to us through the many threads of the past, informing our present and predicting our future. Vox History examines those voices in a unique way. Each episode of this podcast is created by students of history at Elk Grove High School. In lieu of traditional tests and activities, the students pick the topics and produce the episodes. Sometimes you may hear the voice of teachers as well, as they become inspired by the students.

    Ching Shih by Melia McLane

    Ching Shih by Melia McLane

    On this episode of Vox Historia, Melia McLane discusses the infamous pirate, Ching Shih.

    • 2 min
    People You Should Know: Ota Benga by Ricky Echavarri

    People You Should Know: Ota Benga by Ricky Echavarri

    On this episode of Vox Historia, Ricky Echavarri tells the tragic story of Ota Benga.

    • 4 min
    People You Should Know: Ota Benga

    People You Should Know: Ota Benga

    On this episode of Vox Historia, Leon Zeneli discusses the sad life of Ota Benga.

    • 2 min
    People You Should Know: Túpac Amaru II

    People You Should Know: Túpac Amaru II

    On this episode of Vox Historia, sophomore Harsh Shah discusses the significance of Túpac Amaru II, submitted as part of the People You Should Know Project 2020.

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    • 3 min
    People You Should Know: Harry Washington

    People You Should Know: Harry Washington

    My students are finishing a project called "People You Should Know," which involves an exploration of people not found in most textbooks. This episode is an example of such a project, featuring Harry Washington - - - an enslaved person working on George Washinton's plantation who joins the British cause during the American Revolution.

    • 5 min
    Why did Germany Lose World War I?

    Why did Germany Lose World War I?

    On this episode of Vox Historia Juan and Joe discuss the First World War and the factors that brought down Germany. 

    • 12 min

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