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Frederick Douglass: America's great abolitionist- African American History Month

Frederick Douglass: America’s great abolitionist –

 Google’s honorary doodle of the influential abolitionist serves as a reminder of America’s dark history of slavery, and as a statement on what men like Frederick Douglass accomplished. 80 more words

Arts / Culture

Applications Are Open for the ICERM Specialized Mediation Training Program

ICERM is currently accepting applications for a specialized mediation training program, The Mediation of Ethnic and Religious Conflicts. To apply visit: http://www.icermediation.org/eventslists/

This is to announce that applications are open for the 2016 training sessions for a specialized mediation training program, The Mediation of Ethnic and Religious Conflicts. 53 more words

General

Diversity at the Oscars - By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Diversity at the Oscars – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

The keys on the piano may be black and white but sometimes they seem to be miles apart. 355 more words

Guyanese Online

Too many men? Germany and the wrong kind of refugees - By Sharon Maas

Too many men? Germany and the wrong kind of refugees

BORDER CROSSINGS–  Posted on: Jan 18, 2016 – By Sharon Maas

What a difference a week, a day, a few hours, can make. 126 more words

Guyanese Online

Do You Know What Martin Luther King Jr. Did? - by Hamden Rice – Daily Kos

Do You Know What Martin Luther King Jr. Did? – by Hamden RiceDaily Kos

Reposted on the anniversary of the celebration of the birthday of Rev. 2,069 more words

Personalities

Henry Giroux on America’s Nightmare of Violence

Gun owners at gun-rights rally
Capital, State of Washington – January 15, 2015
Photo Credit: The Washington Times/Associated Press

Violence sells. Violence wins book and movie awards. 493 more words

United States

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Peace on Earth - By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Peace on Earth – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

The Institute for Economics and Peace says that there are only eleven countries in the world that are free from conflict. 203 more words

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