Humanities Honors this year was very meticulous and required lots of time inside ad outside of school to succeed in. As a class we dove into times in history that in my opinion aren't recognized enough. We were given text to read, analyze, and annotate within the duration of two weeks, to then bring into a socratic seminar and demonstrate our comprehension. The texts we read consisted of, A People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn, "Community in Conflict" (a dissertation) by Gloria Kim, and "The Case for Reparations" by Ta Nehisi Coates. These texts discussed topics such as, racial hatred, racial inequalities, government neglect, protests, education equality, etc. This tested our comprehension for college level reading and annotating and how we can express what we've learned through a professional seminar.