Genocide Tackk


This should be a general overview of who was involved (both parties) in this event, what happened, when and where it happened, and why it happened. You can separate this in to different sections if you would like to.

When adding images, just be sure to add the URL in the caption of the image, as well as including the full MLA citation in your Works Cited section at the bottom.

This is how I added these images (whoa, so meta!)

After clicking the Photo Button (as noted above), I added multiple images to create a gallery (you can do one at a time, though).

If you click through the images, you can see that each one has a caption with at least the link to the image. These can all be found in the works cited section at the bottom.

This should be an in-depth description of the event, including any significant information mentioned above that would be important to note now. including at least three pictures and one other form of media (video, audio, etc.). Select one of the buttons below to add that particular type of media (the media button on the right is for media that might not have its own URL, so you can link to the page where the item is found). Just a couple examples:

Full Descripition

Heads up! I do not have to include an entry in my Works Cited page for my third image ("Sample Image") because it is in the Public Domain. Be sure you are checking the rights to any images or other media you use!

8 Stages of Genocide

You will want to be sure to include a section for each stage (Classification, Symbolization, etc.) with an in-depth description of how that stage is seen in the Sudanese genocide. You can include different images or other types of media where appropriate throughout the eight stages. Add media by using one of these buttons:

Some examples of a media link:

Works Cited

Fernandez, Anna. "Nature." Photograph. 500px. 12 Feb. 2015. Web. 7 July 2015.

Parini, Sergio. "Father & Friend." Photograph. 500px. 20 April 2014. Web. 7 July 2015.