BLM STATUE COMES DOWN AFTER 1 DAY — Burst Updates

CFP: “A sculpture of a Black Lives Matter protester installed without authorization on the site where a monument to a 17th-century parliamentarian and slave trader was ripped down by protesters last month was taken down by the city after just one day, according to a report.” “City workers carefully removed the statue of Jen Reid […]Continue reading “BLM STATUE COMES DOWN AFTER 1 DAY — Burst Updates”

Monument to León Felipe in Tábara, his hometown.

León Felipe Camino Galicia (11 April 1884 – 17 September 1968) was an Spanish poet. Selected Poetry Monument to León Felipe in Tábara, his hometown. Versos y oraciones de caminante (I, 1920; II, 1929) Drop a star (1933) Goodbye, Panamá (1936) La insignia (1937) El payaso de las bofetadas y el pescador de caña (1938) El hacha (1939)Continue reading “Monument to León Felipe in Tábara, his hometown.”

Mary Church Terrell

With courage, born of success achieved in the past, with a keen sense of the responsibility which we shall continue to assume, we look forward to a future large with promise and hope. Seeking no favors because of our color, nor patronage because of our needs, we knock at the bar of justice, asking anContinue reading “Mary Church Terrell”

William Robertson Smith – principle of philosophy and common sense -Inspirational Bio

But if it not be true, the myth itself requires to be explained, and every principle of philosophy and common sense demand that the explanation be sought, not in arbitrary allegorical categories, but in the actual facts of ritual or religious custom to which the myth attaches. William Robertson Smith FRSE was a Scottish orientalist,Continue reading “William Robertson Smith – principle of philosophy and common sense -Inspirational Bio”