There aren’t nearly enough shared stories that comment on the contributions of Native Indians to Americans’ modern experience.
Mandela’s “15 Pearls of Wisdom” is delivered by the most politically gifted individual ever and the most admired in history. He helped engineer the first peaceful, non-violent revolution in history
Astronaut Neil Armstrong (1930 — 2012) died on Saturday at the age of 82. He will be remembered as the first human to set foot on the moon, landing on July 20 1969.
Under the Jewish Law of Return, over a period of 60 years, nearly 80000 black Ethiopian Jews return to the land of Israel, their spiritual home.
Ethiopian black Jews converted to Christianity believing that the messiah was Christ and, as Judeo-Christians and black Jews, saw no contradiction with the Old Testament
Like most South Africans I learnt that the history of gold in Southern Africa started with the arrival of European explorers. The truth may be very different.
Born Norma Jean Baker (1926 – 1962), Marilyn Monroe began her career as a model and landed her first film contract in 1946. She made her first appearance on the cover of Life magazine in April 1952, where she was described as “The Talk of Hollywood”. Marilyn was catapulted to fame after her picture appeared [...]
This great American icon of American success and the American dream, the 1950s Cadillac, is beautifully drawn here by renowned artist John Harding. See a portfolio of John Harding’s work here. Click to enlarge the image at right. When this famous automobile first appeared on the streets the classic lines of the 1950s Cadillac defined [...]
Gene Sharp is relatively unknown to the American public. Around the world he is held in high esteem by activists and is regarded with fear and animosity by many authoritarian leaders. This humble, shy 83-year-old intellectual, through his practical writings on non-violent revolution, has had a broad influence on international events for two decades. Though [...]
Tonight as I write this a revolution of change is sweeping the Arab countries of Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Yemen. The revolution was started in Tunisia by Mohamed Bouazizi (26), a humble vegetable vendor. He set himself alight in December as a sign of protest. Mohamed had endured police [...]