The Four Germanys

Posted on 06/11/2011 03:23:39 PM

In contemplating the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall we tend to forget that this was not the first time that the Germans were separated. In Britain the Saxons were divided into Sussex, Essex and Wessex, and on the continent the Carolingian kings divided the Germans into West Franks and East ...

For Blacks The Job Is Far From Over, Don’t You Dare Give Up The Fight!

Posted on 06/05/2011 06:39:07 PM

Last week a psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa from the London School of Economics was highlighted in   Psychology Today where he concluded ‘that African American women were “objectively” less attractive than European American, Asian American, and Native American women’. ...

Black Confederates: A history ignored and suppressed

Posted on 04/26/2011 07:54:39 AM

Black Confederates: A history ignored and suppressed April 9, 2011 By Wayne Engle In just three days, on April 12, the U.S. will observe the 150th anniversary of the firing on Fort Sumter, considered the start of the Civil War — or War Between the States, take your choice — which tore ...

African Women right still a long way to go!

Posted on 03/17/2011 08:51:53 PM

The lives of middle class Nigerian women differ greatly from those of most western women. Since pre-colonial days women retained certain economic opportunities within the social system. In fact, before the middle of the twentieth century, Nigerian women traditionally played a more significant ...

How geology affects history

Posted on 02/21/2011 11:31:27 AM

  Surprised? Once you go through this post you won’t be!  Some key points from my blog: Geology – the history of earth – has influenced the history of mankind ever since the species was born.  A slight reorientation of plates and it would have been the Africans, ...

A Culture of Genicide

Posted on 01/24/2011 01:49:06 PM

In writing about the Shoah (Holocaust), I was forced to examine human behavior during the most appalling and treacherous genocide in history. How could apparently normal people become butchers of innocent families?  What persuaded German citizens and their allies (Einsatzgruppen) to believe that ...

Cellist, Inspiration for "Rosie the Riveter", Dead at 86

Posted on 12/30/2010 02:18:10 PM

From a Washington Post story: "Geraldine Doyle, 86, who as a 17-year-old factory worker became the inspiration for a popular World War II recruitment poster that evoked female power and independence under the slogan "We Can Do It!," died Dec. 26 at a hospice in Lansing, Mich." "Rosie the Riveter", ...

Personal Life

Posted on 09/03/2010 05:57:14 AM

I was Born on a Cool afternoon, rainy day of November, in Lucero Jamindan Capiz. I still live in lucero, Jamindan, and I go to school at Lucero Elementary School and in High school at Lucero national high School, I live with my parents Mrs. Pablito V. Laurino, my two brothers and five sister, When ...


Posted on 07/18/2010 01:48:22 AM

Mahipal Singh Deora (ELETRONICS ENGINEER):-Mahipal Singh Deora is an engineer student of electronics branch. Recently studying at JODHPUR ENGINEERING COLLEGE & RESEARCH CENTRE , JODHPUR.EARLY LIFE:-Mahipal Singh was born in 1991 to a Rajput family. His father is an lecturer and mother is housewife ...

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Posted on 07/13/2010 12:21:06 AM

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