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African American Religious and Civic Environmentalism-Updated Bibliography April 2017

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U.S. African American Religious and Civic Environmentalism Resources (April 2017)
Compiled by Elonda Clay, doctoral candidate at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, MLIS, M.Div. 4,687 more words

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30th April 1310 A.D. The Birth of King Casimir III of Poland #Onthisday

Casimir III the great was born #onthisday in history 30th April 1310 A.D. and died 5th November 1370 A.D. he reigned as the King of Poland from 1333-1370 A.D. 107 more words


"If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude." - Maya Angelou

For those that don’t know me, or the purpose of this blog, head over to the “About” page to find out more. It’s still under construction, and once I have a more comprehensive overview as to why I started doing this, I’ll update that page :) 1,911 more words


Valletta: the European Capital of Hipsters

“On the long dinner table a field of food waved yellow in the dim light of dusk. The Cuban prepared deep fried pork rinds like they did in Cuba, but the rest of it was Maltese stuff; cold pasta, … 1,225 more words


Jazz Fest is Here!!!

Jazz Fest is Here!!! We have 3 amazing performances starting today at 5:30pm as we close out the Lagniappe Stage at the Fairgrounds! Come one, come all!!!

Dirty Bourbon River Show

Back to the future: when brands use the past for future profits.

Consumers and brands…at a crossroad

When Lacoste presents the edging attached to its clothing as an allusion to its tennis heritage, or when Samsung claims to create an emotional connection with its consumers by emphasising on its heritage, these two brands rely on their past to add value to the present, namely their brand heritage. 677 more words