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Sugar Cane History

      Sugar cane is a large, strong, grass made by interbreeding four varieties of the Saccharum genus. It originated in New Guinea where it was discovered around 10,000 years ago. 162 more words

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Support For Slavery Still Exists In America: Yes, That Slavery

When you begin to study abolitionism, you may find that certain things were not taught to you in school. You’ve probably heard that Abraham Lincoln “freed the slaves.” That’s about as far as mainstream education on the history of American slavery goes. 1,720 more words


'Murderous sociopath’: Vandalization of Columbus statue in Boston cheered

A Christopher Columbus statue in Boston has been vandalized. It was covered in red paint and spray painted with “Black Lives Matter.”

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Christopher Columbus Statue At Boston Park Vandalized With 'Black Lives Matter'

BOSTON (CBS) – A Christopher Columbus statue in Boston’s North End was vandalized Monday with red paint and the phrase “Black Lives Matter.”

Red paint was poured over the top of the statue on Monday night, while Black Lives Matter was sprayed on the back using black paint. 107 more words


Time Sailors Of Pizzolungo by Scott Abrams, Adam Blockton

Get ready for an incredible adventure back in time!

Guillermo always dreamed of the day he would be old enough to sail with his father, a captain of the famed cargo ship Coraggio, on the open sea. 478 more words



Seville is Spain’s 4th largest city, where Flamenco and fiestas are a way of life. There is plenty to see including the Cathedral (now considered to be the world’s 3rd largest church) with it’s 90 meter high Giralda (the minaret of the former mosque), Alcazar of Seville, and the Plaza de España. 1,064 more words