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The Windrush Generations

From Kwame Njoko  “From illegal abduction to illegal deportation” 400 years of harsh treatment and a hostile environment. The journey of the Windrush Generations has been long and continuously traumatic. From as early as 1625 the antecedents of these people were illegally abducted from their home lands and sold into slavery, shipped to the Caribbean…

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Adolescent Accusation

From Kh. Atiar Rahman  Child labour There is no denying the fact the fundamental rights of the children envisages that a child must be protected by providing him/her hierarchical needs like physiological, safety, security, egoistic and self actualization need. In Un convention, it has been clearly stated that a child must be flourished and it…

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The Vikings And Their Influence In Ireland

From Lisa An Freeman  What do you know about the Vikings? The Vikings conjures fearsome invaders who once controlled some parts of the world like Ireland. There are myths and legends that bring fear and sometimes reverence when the stories of these men are told. Today, we watch the make-believe stories and battles of the…

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For The Viking Fans

From Idd Aziz  The Vikings existed in what is now commonly known as the Viking age which was from around 790 to the 10 Century. These groups of people were mostly Scandinavians the modern day Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. Besides what is commonly depicted from the recent day movies, they lived an ordinary normal life…

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A Condensed History of the North American Fur Trade

From Peter G Brabeck  The evolution of cooking has come a long way since since the heydays of eating when possible of the French Canadian Voyageurs and the American Mountain Men who served as the early work horses who bore both the burdens and the dangers of the early Canadian and American fur trades to…

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Transportation In Ancient Rome

From Chris Bouter  The first and most simple vehicle found in Rome, was the plaustrum. It was little more than a flat board carried by four wheels. The wheels were fixed to the axle in a stiff manner and the axle itself was also fabricated tightly to the cart. This made steering of the wagon…

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Roman Road Construction

From Chris Bouter  The Romans used science to some extent in building their roads. At the zenith of their power they had constructed about 85,000 kilometers of them. These roads connected the capital Rome with the boundaries of the vast empire. Rome was like a hub with 29 military roads going out in all directions.…

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How Many Talented People Have Reincarnated?

From Norma Holt   Watching America’s got talent clip on YouTube when a little girl with the voice of an adult became the chosen one made me think of how many singers have reincarnated. The process by which I passed from my last life to this one gave me insight into the fact that everyone has…

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What Is The New Age Movement?

From Norma Holt  If one remembers the 70’s and 80’s they would be aware of a shift from the conventional into trends inspired by Eastern cultures. Such things as the performance of The Age of Aquarius and other works lifted the spirits out of the doldrums and overturned the old for a new way of…

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The African-American’s Journey to Al-Islam

From Yasin Shahid  Today, in the western world, when we hear the word “Muslim” or “Islam” many American people tend to think terrorist or people from the middle east(the un-educated one). As of 2017, there are at least 3 to 3.5 million American Muslims living in the United States of America. The majority ethnic group…

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