Category Archives: Heroes

Small people who faced down impossible Odds to serve Others with Eternal Results

Abe Lincoln: Racist or Liberator?

Compare candidate Lincoln’s 1858 remarks on Race during a series of debates where Douglas accused him of being an Abolitionist, active fraternization with blacks  … alongside President Lincoln’s lesson to the nation 5 years later in his 1863 Inaugural address in middle of … 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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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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Terrorism ‘Takes a Village’

Norwegian-Pakistani-Afghan little girl’s odyssey to adulthood activism and passivity work together dangerously https://youtu.be/0_W0HFy9Et4 Or if you’re in a hurry at least watch this tiny bit: https://youtu.be/0_W0HFy9Et4t=700 Short Excerpt l

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byline Yahoo April 29, 1992 and other sources below: NBC Los Angeles Good Samaritans risk all to save Reginald Denny. Excerpt from Yahoo April 29, 1992: In one of the most disturbing images from the Los Angeles riots, six black … Continue reading

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Teen Inventors Regeneron 2019

Environment Healthy, World Friendly Education at its Best by Students Embracing Challenge Source(s): Indians Abroad · Indo-Asian News Service | Updated: March 22, 2019 21:03 IST Name, Age, Country Service Profile Anjali Chadha (16) of Kentucky, sensor for detecting arsenic Preeti … Continue reading

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Hope vs Finger of Fate

… Yukako Fukushima, a prosthetics technician, has been given the affectionate title of ane – older sister – in yakuza circles. In the past decade she has equipped more than 100 ex-gangsters with individually-created false fingers of such quality that … Continue reading

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deGaulle honors Forgotten Hero

Despite 15 decorations from France for heroism and battlefield injuries in WWI and WWII, Eugene Bullard was ignored in the USA by his home country. “He had many reasons to resent his native country,” says biographer Craig Lloyd. But Bullard … Continue reading

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Teem-ventors Solar Tent

This time it is a team of young teen-aged ladies helping solve a SERIOUS problem. Excerpt: from www.mashable.com/2017/06/ 12 teens invent solar-powered tent for the homeless The teen girls from San Fernando High School worked on their invention over the course … Continue reading

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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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