Category: Culture

WILDwatch Live | 06 July, 2020 | Afternoon Safari | South Africa

WILDwatch Live | 06 July, 2020 | Afternoon Safari | South Africa

WILDwatch Live || Join our expert andBeyond guides as they bring the wilderness LIVE to your living room, from andBeyond’s Ngala Private Game Reserve and Phinda Private Game Reserve in concert with WildEarth and partners. See what lies beyond… Where is WILDwatch Live being broadcast? ◾ Ngala Private Game Reserve, South Africa. ◾ Phinda Private Game Reserve, South Africa ◾ […]

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Opinion – Racial Injustice and the Erosion of America’s Global Standing

Opinion – Racial Injustice and the Erosion of America’s Global Standing

A specter is haunting America, one of centuries-old pathologies never structurally addressed. When the 2020 black lives matter protests began, following the police killing of an unarmed man, George Floyd, in Minneapolis, it should have been a domestic crisis. Instead, the outrage following Floyd’s death, compounded by the scandal-prone leadership of the Trump administration, has quickly turned what was originally […]

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White Christians at ‘a moment of reckoning,’ author says

White Christians at ‘a moment of reckoning,’ author says

Jefferson Davis’ statue coming down in Richmond, Va., and Walmart refusing to fly the Mississippi state flag because of its Confederate emblem are powerful signs the movement against white supremacy is taking hold, Robert P. Jones said during an online discussion hosted June 26 by the BJC. “We are at a moment of reckoning,” said Jones, CEO and founder of […]

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Highlights of the 19th China Beijing International High-tech Expo (Images Chinadaily.com.cn)

Understanding China’s 2025 Ambitions

China is on a multi-year mission to reduce its reliance on foreign technology and as a result, Beijing is investing heavily in its own technological developments. Premier Li Keqiang announced the Made in China 2025 (MIC 2025) initiative in 2015 as a bid to significantly advance the country’s economy and industrial base with a goal of achieving manufacturing dominance by […]

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Reprogramming the World Cyberspace and the Geography of Global Order

Reprogramming the World Cyberspace and the Geography of Global Order

Book details The author: P.J. Bloun Paperback: 216 pages Publisher: E-International Relations (November 12, 2019) Language: English ISBN-10: 1910814520 ISBN-13: 978-1910814529 Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View and purchase on Amazon US) We live in a world of “fake news”, data breaches, election hacking, and cyberwarfare in which 280 characters can change everything. […]

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An early celebration of Emancipation Day (Juneteenth) in 1900 (Austin History Center, Austin Public Library)

Juneteenth: An American Celebration

The First Juneteenth “The people of Texas are informed that, in accordance with a proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free. This involves an absolute equality of personal rights and rights of property between former masters and slaves, and the connection heretofore existing between them becomes that between employer and hired labor. The freedmen are […]

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Compatibility Issues in Marriage – Couples’ Fellowship

Compatibility Issues in Marriage – Couples’ Fellowship

Compatibility Issues in Marriage – Couples’ Fellowship (ECWA Good News Church, Jos)

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Five Ways Fasting Can Change Your Life

Five Ways Fasting Can Change Your Life

Originally published in eCommunicator on October 19, 2015 You have the choice to change your life by a simple decision. It is fully within your ability to make this choice, and absolutely within God’s power to give you the strength for the sacrifice. Fasting and prayer, if faithfully done, will alter your existence, rock your spiritual world and bring your […]

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Dante in Verona (Image by Antonio Cotti)

Dante Alighieri (1265-1321): The Divine Comedy

The first formal biography of Dante was the Vita di Dante (also known as Trattatello in laude di Dante), written after 1348 by Giovanni Boccaccio. Although several statements and episodes of it have been deemed unreliable on the basis of modern research, an earlier account of Dante’s life and works had been included in the Nuova Cronica of the Florentine […]

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Remembering Tokunboh Adeyemo

Remembering Tokunboh Adeyemo

Tokunboh Adeyemo was born into a wealthy family in Nigeria. The eldest son of eight children, his family placed great expectations on him. After a miraculous conversion to Christianity in 1966, he abandoned his partisan political ambition to train for Christian ministry. Tokunboh Adeyemo – Urbana 96 Tokunboh Adeyemo was born into a royal Muslim family in Ibadan, the capital […]

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