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Jimmy Cornell has created an industry of adventure at sea

Jimmy Cornell is Dragos Cişmaşu screen name, born in 1940, son of the royal domain administrator Săvârşin. He wrote 16 books related to yachting and cornellsailing.com website says that sailed 200,000 miles, including three trips around the glo...
by We care about your travel on May 23, 2016

Jimmy Cornell has created an industry of adventure at sea

Jimmy Cornell is Dragos Cişmaşu screen name, born in 1940, son of the royal domain administrator Săvârşin. He wrote 16 books related to yachting and cornellsailing.com website says that sailed 200,000 miles, including three trips around the glo...
by We care about your travel on May 23, 2016

The Story Of East Africa’s Role In The Transatlantic Slave Trade

The recent discovery of the remains of the Portuguese slave ship São José off Cape Town has brought East Africa’s role in the transatlantic slave trade to public attention. But The post The Story Of East Africa’s Role In The Transatlantic Slav...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Mar 11, 2016

Slavery today

Facts about XXIth century slavery in the worldFree the slaves, a worldwide NGO fighting against actual forms of slaverySlavery. A global Investigation (Documentary film, 2001)Obama speech on today slaveryModern day slavery for clothing in the Western...
by SS-CCSS on Jan 21, 2016

Timbuktu, at the end of Sahara desert

Nothing can be more exotic than Timbuktu, which is a little town in the southern part (Sahel) of the Sahara Desert. The town might look empoverished, inhabited by poor people. But Timbuktu is near... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by Travel on Dec 15, 2015

10 Crazy Facts about Christopher Columbus – Happy Columbus Day

Columbus Day – A Day of Discovery …plus a Free Brain Management Lesson Have you ever thought, “I wish I had all the information…” before solving a problem? We take information for granted, and it can undermine our results when we do...
by MindToMind on Oct 11, 2015

6 Most Shocking Things about Slave-era “SEX FARMS”

During #slavery, slave owners usually examined enslaved women’s’ fertility to ensure that they could give birth to as many children as conceivable.  In addition, the same slave owners would secretly The post 6 Most Shocking Things about Slave-e...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Sep 15, 2015

The Role of British Imperialism in the Atlantic Slave Trade

A six part historical fiction television series recently concluded its premiere over the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) network.It is airing over Black Entertainment Television (BET). This dramatic representation is based on a novel of the...
by Actualité Distincte on Feb 17, 2015

Atlantic Slave Trade (Crash Course, 24. By John Green, 2012)

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by SS-CCSS on Jan 14, 2015

The Niger Expedition

The Niger Expedition In 1840 three strands of purpose—missionary advance, humanitarian resolve, and slavery abolition—merged into the Niger Expedition, brainchild of Foxwell Buxton of the Church Missionary Society and of the Society for the Extin...
by Laboring In The Lord on Sep 4, 2013

TEAR Fund Highlights Modern Day Slavery On UN Day

Modern Day Slavery While slavery was abolished in Britain 167 years ago, there are more slaves today than at any other time in history.  TEAR Fund is standing up for those in slavery today as part of the UN’s International Day of the Remembrance o...
by Mijiza's Blog on Aug 22, 2013

What future for the Brent Town Hall memorial plaques?

Memorial garden outside Brent Town HallBrent Council is due to come back to me regarding the future of the memorial trees and plaques in the garden area outside the Town Hall now that it is to be refurbished as the Wembley French International School...
by wembleymatters on Aug 16, 2013

Here We Go Again – Elbert Guillory (R) Switches Parties

I am so pleased to introduce Melissa Prunty-Kemp, M.A., M.F.A. I invited some other writers to share their race and culture experiences, and Melissa is the second writer to guest post. If we cannot view our experiences through the lens of honest...
by About Race on Jul 6, 2013

Nobody’s Slave ~ Tim Vicary

I really enjoyed this fictional account of survival and friendship between Tom (a young English sailor) and Madu (a young black slave) set amidst the back drop of Francis Drake’s third voyage to obtain slaves from Africa to sell to the Spaniards.
by Between The Lines on Mar 21, 2013

Saudi Arabia: Man is selling his castrated black African slave on Facebook

(BNI) The black slave trade is alive and well in Saudi Arabia, a place where one can still visit the seventh century, and not be in a museum. Tundra Tabloids (h/t Susan K) BNI has posted several stories about the ongoing African slave trade in Arab...
by Iran Aware on Dec 1, 2012

TLFC-0002: I’ll Teach My Kids Not To Interrupt

On this episode we talked about: Self felatio Hitler's effect on Austria The holocaust 11 million blacks transported from Africa during... Tastes Like Fried Chicken is the first spinoff show from Chonilla.com and is hosted by Owen and Chill. Owen is...
by Chonilla.com Show & Blog on Nov 6, 2012

Old Records Reveal a New Story About The Crescent City

A few years ago I was present at the taping for the History Channel where several historians were being interviewed for a show that a friend of mine was in town producing. I’ll never forget when one historian in talking about New Orleans said i...
by Notes On New Orleans on Nov 2, 2012

Gold rush in Ilfracombe

After writing briefly about the slave trade in Warrington I had to write a bit about The Gold Rush in Ilfracombe, North Devon. In the mid 1990's  I used to hire out four wheeled 'Chuckle brother bikes' and sit and do hair braiding and face paint...
by Katie B's Blog on Sep 21, 2012

Slave Trade in Warrington

On our way back from Scotland we drove through Warrington....I have to admit that I don't have many good memories of my time in  Warrington and I really didn't like the Lever factory...but there were some very interesting building...
by Katie B's Blog on Sep 20, 2012

Voodoo And AfRAkan Spirituality

When many people hear the word voodoo, dark imagery of death and evil is conjured up. If you happen to be West AfRAkan, Haitian, or even Cuban and you are plagued by sickness you might think that a voodoo spell … Read the rest of this entry ...
by The Aquarian Age on Mar 12, 2012


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