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MANIFESTO OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY February 26, 1848 Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels Published "The Communist Manifest," a pamphlet that summarized the ideology of the socialist and communist parties for the 19th and early 20th centuries. Despite some failed predictions, the Manifesto provides a notable analysis of 19th-century capitalism. "A specter is haunting Europe--the specter of communism," is one of the Manifesto's famous phrases:
  Kenya's Definitive Internet Resource
The history of Kenya is very long and complex. From the "Cradle of Civilization" to present date, Kenya's long history has been both varied and fascinating. This section provides a comprehensive account of Kenya's history, divided into 13 sections.
  Kwame Ture
Kwame Ture was born of working class parents in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad on November 15, 1941. When he was seven years old, he migrated to New York City with his parents, and four sisters.. Ture was a brilliant student who excelled at the prestigious Bronx High School of Science, from which he graduated in 1960.
  Life as Circulation of Energy
New advocacy of hypotheses on evolution and the origin of life.
  Life on Earth
An Introduction to Life on Earth.
  Lynne Rienner Publishers
LRP is a publisher of academic and scholarly books and journals in the social sciences and humanities, including the Three Continents series of distinguished titles in fiction, poetry, and criticism.
  The Library of Congress COUNTRY STUDIES
A continuing series of books prepared by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress under the Country Studies/Area Handbook Program sponsored by the Department of the Army. This online series presently contains studies of 100 countries.

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The Living Eden Madagascar. A World Apart
  Malik Ambar: Brilliant Military Leader and Statesman Of India
When Islam Rule was at the height of its splendour in India there was a considerable influx of Abyssinians, some coming as traders, but the majority as mercenaries and slaves.
  Michael Jackson: Rock On The Net
February 28, 1984 Singer Michael Jackson won eight Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, breaking the previous record of six awards won by a single artist in 1965. Jackson's awards stemmed from his album "Thriller," which became the biggest selling record of all time with 35 million copies sold since its release in 1982. Jackson is one of the most successful entertainers of the last three decades:
  National Union of Government & Federated Workers
The home page of the National Union of Government and Federated Workers. For news and information on the trade union and labour movement in Trinidad & Tobago and the Caribbean - this is the place to check. Links to other trade union sites and news and views on and from the labour movement.
  New Falcon Publications Website
Here you will find fiction and non-fiction titles by such authors as Timothy Leary, Robert Anton Wilson, Osho Rajneesh, Christopher S. Hyatt, Israel Regardie and Aleister Crowley, among many others --- authors whose work most other publishers consider "too controversial." For us, it is precisely such material that we wish to publish --- books which encourage diversity, thought, change and freedom.
KWAME NKRUMAH; THE FIGHT FOR INDEPENDENCE 10 DECEMBER 1947 - 6 MARCH 1957 PART II Ghana (formerly called the Gold Coast) received its independence from Great Britain, becoming the first African colony to become independent. Pan-Africanist leader Kwame Nkrumah, prime minister of the Gold Coast, became Ghana's first prime minister. Nkrumah was deposed by a coup in 1966. Nkrumah led the struggle for independence from 1947 to 1957:
  Red Moon Rising
Why does the Moon look red during a lunar eclipse? When the Earth moves between the Sun and the Moon, it casts its shadow on its own satellite, causing a lunar eclipse. From the Earth a bright, full Moon turns into a dark disc that usually has a deep, red color. A more detailed explanation, with pictures:
  welcome to marcus garvey library
Providing research awareness about the work and philosophy of Dr. Marcus Mosiah Garvey with special reference to the history of medicine as applied to: clinical public health Universal African Black Cross Nurses; eugenics movement; Black hospital movement; malaria and medicine.

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A Panoramic View of Trinidad and Tobago.
  Race & History
All about race and history as they relate to human development.
  Richard Wright-Black Boy
March 1, 1940 Richard Wright's novel "Native Son" was first published. Wright's most famous work, "Native Son" depicts the tragic life of Bigger Thomas, an African American male who is trapped in a downward spiral of despair, incomprehension, and poverty. It is considered one of the most powerful US novels written in the 20th century. Photographs of Richard Wright:
  Rwanda Information Exchange
This is a network for the exchange of information on Rwanda from various sources including communications from Governments, NGO's and Friends of Rwanda, as well as from individuals interested in Rwanda. The 1994 genocide has made the Rwanda tragedy a whole humanity tragedy. This site is intended for everyone of good will the world over who wants to contribute to the reconciliation and reconstruction of Rwandese society.
  The Precepts of Ptah-Hotep, c. 2200 BCE
Precepts of the prefect, the lord Ptah-hotep, under the Majesty of the King of the South and North, Assa, living eternally forever.

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  How Solar Cells Work
You've probably seen calculators that have solar cells - calculators that never need batteries, and in some cases don't even have an off button. As long as you have enough light, they seem to work forever. You may have seen larger solar panels - on emergency road signs or call boxes, on buoys, even in parking lots to power lights. Although these larger panels aren't as common as solar powered calculators, they're out there, and not that hard to spot if you know where to look.
  Surname History Scrolls
We have over 420,000 'surname histories' on our extensive database. Each one has been thoroughly researched, over many years, and is guaranteed to be authentic.
  Terry-J at I-Level
Articles and archives of Terry-J, a Trinidad and Tobago Journalist.
  The Talk Origins Archive
Frequently Asked Questions and answers on human origins, evolution and creation.
  Trinidad & Tobago
The history and culture of Trinidad and Tobago

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  Antony van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723)
Antony van Leeuwenhoek was an unlikely scientist. A tradesman of Delft, Holland, he came from a family of tradesmen, had no fortune, received no higher education or university degrees, and knew no languages other than his native Dutch. This would have been enough to exclude him from the scientific community of his time completely.
  Vashti's Journey to Enlightenment
O Come ye woman Listen to this one, For these words you must Remember.You have been blinded to long.You forgot you were strong. Hear these words and do not surrender. The mothers of the world even though you grow old you must know the life of splendor. For when I am through you may be born anew And have life here and after.

  World Archaeological Congress 4
WHAT'S NEW AND WHAT'S HAPPENING IN SOUTH AFRICAN ARCHAEOLOGY The rights of San peoples in Southern Africa have been the subject of recent debate at the United Nations.

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  Vaginal yeast infection
A vaginal infection caused by the fungal organism, Candida albicans. Candida albicans is a widespread organism with world-wide distribution. It is normally found in small amounts in the vagina, the mouth, the digestive tract, and on the skin without causing disease or symptoms (approximately 25% of women without disease symptoms have this organism present).

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