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Abe Lincoln: Racist or Liberator?

Candidate Lincoln’s 1858 remarks on Race during a series of four (4) debate where Douglas accused him of being an Abolitionist, active miscegenation  … Versus President Lincoln’s lesson to the nation in his 1963 Inaugural  address in middle of civil war … Continue reading

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Jeannine Frances Booth Whitworth

Dear Friends and Family, On the morning of Thursday, July 17, 2020 at 07:45 AM our Mother Jeannine Frances Booth Whitworth, gently breathed her last and was welcomed into the arms of her risen Friend and Lord Jesus Christ. Born … Continue reading

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Satellite Teen Inventor 2016

The recent winner of the “Satellite Is Born” award from the Israel Space Agency, Roni Oron developed BioSat “to solve a problem for astronauts trying to prove that life on Mars is possible.”

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Charles E. McGee, Tuskegee

The Peace Page, celebrating Black History Month “It’s not possible,” he was told. That was the answer he received, when he said he wanted to become a pilot. Charles E. McGee was born in in Cleveland, Ohio, on December 7, … Continue reading

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Yonema Tomiyasu Las Vegas Pioneer

Corner of Tomiyasu and  Annie Oakley Drive marks anochronistic meeting of two PIONEERs. BILL TOMIYASU  LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL – JOAN WHITELY Tomi arrived with the specific intention of owning and operating a ranch — which people of Japanese origin were … Continue reading

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Lou Salutes Veterans

TAKE A LONG, HARD LOOK AT THIS PLANE. Being ‘escorted’ back to Allied side by a German, who was showing respect to American aviators inside. German saluting to American pilots. Here, leaving the mainland, about to cross the English Channel. … Continue reading

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Thank God I’m an Indian?!

Crippled with rheumatoid arthritis, spine injured by javelin accident pronounced medically incurable World Record 40 book Passport given six months to live by doctors at 16 invented first guitar with drums Interviewed by CNN for World’s record visiting ALL countries … Continue reading

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Oriental Missionary Society 1905

The Oriental Missionary Society in Japan Excerpt from Juji Nakada (“The DL Moody of Japan“: Wheaton College Special Collections) Juji Nakada At the head of the list is Juji Nakada-san, a Japanese Christian missionary now returning from his second trip around the world. He … Continue reading

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Terrorism ‘Takes a Village’

Norwegian-Pakistani-Afghan little girl’s odyssey to adulthood activism and passivity work together dangerously Or if you’re in a hurry at least watch this tiny bit: Short Excerpt l

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