Category Archives: What Lives Matter

Spike Lee Lights Up Dark Irony

Spike Lee restores Meaning to Media! His new movie, BlacKkKlansman, respins a true story from an autobiography of Colorado Springs’ first African American police officer, Ron Stallworth, and a Jewish detective, Flip Zimmerman, who worked undercover to infiltrate the local … Continue reading

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Japan may push citizens into Radioactive zone

Sources: Greenpeace,  RT.com, UK Mirror High radiation risks in Fukushima village as government prepares to lift evacuation order – Greenpeace | Greenpeace International re-reported by RT.com as Japanese govt pushing Fukushima evacuees back to high radiation areas – Greenpeace Published … Continue reading

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艾偉德 Gladys Aylward 147cm

See Bibliography below: The movie, released in 1958, was taken in large part from the book The Small Woman by Alan Burgess. One reviewer of the book said that the written material was more action-packed than the movie. The reviewer … Continue reading

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Brainscan Bolsters Belief!

ABC’s 20/20 http://abcnews.go.com/2020/video/sixth-sense-proof-heaven-17577194 Again? How much skepticism really an avoidance tactic to protect from a close forensic first look?  But  this time the surprised beneficiary was an unwilling skeptic, an active Harvard trained brain surgeon with a successful career, who thought such reports were … Continue reading

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Boy & Books Save Town

From videos on  TED  and   Jon Stewart and articles on  Wikipedia William Kamkwamba (born August 5, 1987) is a Malawian innovator, engineer and author. He gained fame in his country when, in 2002, he built a wind turbine to power a … Continue reading

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Aint I a Woman! 1851

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