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by megha thomasWorking at an occupation, employment or profession is one of the basic pieces for a large portion of our lives. An occupation gives pay that we have to pay for our fundamental needs, for example, sustenance, garments, and a spot to live. The measure of one's pay additionally figures out what sort of additional things an individual can do. What sort of recreation exercises to take an interest in or what sort of vehicle one can drive are each of the a result of one's salary.
by Dr. Mark David NorrisThe Truth About Being White in America exposes many of the lies that have been generated towards white people in america since the 1960's. I address all of the major constructs such as education, the media, our government, sports, the military, etc. I look at this issue from a positive standpoint, rather than the negative one that seems to be always generated by many liberal democrats and many minority organizations. The book is an eye opening book and one that the entire nation must read. No lo... more
by Bear KosikThirteen British colonies adopted a Declaration of Independence setting forth the principles behind their actions, their grievances, and the redress they sought. Thirteen independent states established a form of government of, by, and for the people. That government evolved to meet new challenges and provided infrastructure, regulations, and services as the need arose. But that evolutionary path forward largely stopped in 1981. A monumental shift in the control of the resources that drive the ec... more
by Wally VaughnNegro students, as they were called in the era of interest, were locked out of the Prince Edward County, Virginia, public schools from September 1959 – September 1964. A private school system for the sons and daughters of the oppressor opened in September 1959. This premiere publication is the largest collection of accounts from individuals in the community of the oppressed that were locked out of the Prince Edward County public schools during the education crisis. The stories in this rare value... more
by Walter T. Hughes, Jr., M.D.The history of a tiny plot of ground on which the renowned St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital exists holds a truly remarkable story of suffering, happiness and intrigue. Since Hernando de Soto arrived there in 1541 AD and claimed the area in the name of Spain and the Catholic Church, events have occurred within this half mile that lead us to refer to it as “hallowed ground”. The crowning glory came from afar in recent years when the son of Lebanese immigrants in Detroit, Danny Thomas, prayed ... more
by Sterlin WilliamsThe purpose of this book is to help all members of the human race gain an understanding of the pervasive epidemic of racism and how it is presently constructed on a global scale. I will review the impact and history of global racism and discuss how racism was formulated during the existing world racial order. I will identify past and present global racial inequalities, discuss the implication of global racial transformation and the resetting of global change. Finally, I will discuss ways to achi... more
by Marcus A. NanniniLeft for Dead at Nijmegen is the gripping and sometimes terrifying story of Gene Metcalfe, a young American who quit high school to join the paratroopers. He was destined to serve as the “point man” on the first combat patrol attacking the Nijmegen road bridge in the early hours of Operation Market Garden 75 years ago this September. Gene was knocked unconscious by a German “88,” captured by elements of the 10th “SS” and interrogated by the notorious Nazi, SS Reichsfuhrer Heinrich Himmler. It... more
by Michael Boyajian
Examination of Ancient Roman funerary practices.
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by Erin MillerWhen Arlington National Cemetery refused to accept my grandmother's last request to be laid to rest there, I refused to let her legacy as a veteran die along with her. My grandmother, Elaine Danforth Harmon, flew as a pilot with the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) of World War II. Despite being part of the first group of women to fly for the United States Army, the WASP remained officially unrecognized as members of the military due to discriminatory thinking about gender on Capitol Hill... more
by Dr. Gary M. FineStory of WWII B24 Liberator pilot Major Ralph I. Fine
by Stephen RifeUsing a selection of significant titles from throughout the archive, Brass Ring considers film's migration from photochemical to electronic media, up to the recent, rapid dominance of digital cinema, taking account of how this profound change of tools and formats has affected narrative conventions, congregational reception, and the writing of film history. With a formalist lens and a uniquely hands-on approach, Rife offers a practical means of understanding the medium-specific challenges, and in... more
by John Searancke‘Many years after the deaths of my parents, my aunt handed me a box filled with letters that my father had written to my mother over the period from 1940 to 1945. This was the starting point of a journey for me to rediscover the father I had never really known...’ This is the story of John Searancke’s parents, told mostly from the side of his father, Eddie Searancke, from the time of his calling up in early 1940 to his release from a prisoner of war camp in Germany in 1945, thence his return... more
by Kelly HornickOur world has no medication due to greed and destructive practices. Few people make it their business to go out and find natural ingredients to replace the global medication supply.
by Ted RichardsonThe Matt Hawkins' series revolves around a recurring theme--an inexplicable historical artifact whose discovery results in unforeseen and explosive present-day consequences. In contrast to other books of this genre which often feature outlandish cabals and extremely unlikely historical departures, Richardson's books spin plausible tales, both in the historic past and with respect to present-day political and financial maneuvering. Readers are reintroduced to famous historical figures like George... more
by Michael BoyajianWho are these people we call the Armenians.