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Over a month ago I hung out with two of my closest friends. I hadn’t seen or been around them for a while. I had a great time that day and I also felt great.



Not Your Average Girl

Anthropology Friday: In the Shadow of Man (pt. 2/5): War

Welcome back to our discussion of Jane Goodall’s In the Shadow of Man, an account of chimpanzee life in the Gombe National Park, Tanzania. I enjoyed this book quite a bit; my chief difficulty has been deciding which parts to excerpt for you. 3,053 more words

Human Migration, Cultures, And Species Of Exit

Fell Off

Sometimes when you fall off, you fall off hard. That’s what happened to me. I haven’t posted anything on here for a whileeeeeeee. I also hadn’t uploaded anything on my Youtube channel for about a month as well. 158 more words

Not Your Average Girl



The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland considered the Canberra an important objective to holding greater diplomatic sway in the African continent, and ongoing negotiations over the Baghdad treaty, and a step towards decolonisation.  85 more words

Rhodesia’s Death, Europe’s Funeral


On November 11, 1965, Rhodesia, a self-governing British territory since 1923, declared itself a sovereign nation. The last country to declare UDI had been the United States two centuries earlier. 862 more words

Historical Revisionism

The cult of Rhodes

The Cult of Rhodes: Remembering an Imperialist in Africa by Paul Maylam
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Why am I reading this book?

  1.  Because of the “Rhodes must fall” movement, which began with the demand for the removal of a statue of Cecil J.
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South Africa

Recently Found Document Suggests That CIA Murdered Former U.N. Head

…he was actually killed in an assassination plot that involved some combination of the CIA, a Belgian Mining Company, a South African paramilitary unit, and British intelligence. 513 more words