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The history of Afro-Mexicans is deeply woven into the country's colonial past.

The history of Afro-Mexicans is deeply woven into the country's colonial past.

Pramoedya Ananta Toer's 92nd Birthday Date: February 6 2017 It might be said that Pramoedya Ananta Toers pen was his sword. Known as Pramoedya or Pram this Indonesian writer was a proponent of human rights and freedom of expression who fought against Japanese and Dutch colonialism in his country. Born on February 6 1925 in a village called Blora on Java Pram was exposed to political activism through his father and came to journalism while working as a stenographer for a Japanese news agency…

Pramoedya Ananta Toer's 92nd Birthday Date: February 6 2017 It might be said that Pramoedya Ananta Toers pen was his sword. Known as Pramoedya or Pram this Indonesian writer was a proponent of human rights and freedom of expression who fought against Japanese and Dutch colonialism in his country. Born on February 6 1925 in a village called Blora on Java Pram was exposed to political activism through his father and came to journalism while working as a stenographer for a Japanese news agency…

The Treaty of Versailles was what ended war with Germany, requiring them to pay for the damages of WW1, forcing them to disarm their military, and accept responsibility for causing the war. This map shows how the Treaty created nine new nations as well, now that the Central Powers had to surrender their colonies to the Allies.

The Treaty of Versailles was what ended war with Germany, requiring them to pay for the damages of WW1, forcing them to disarm their military, and accept responsibility for causing the war. This map shows how the Treaty created nine new nations as well, now that the Central Powers had to surrender their colonies to the Allies.

"We shall be having a Nairobi city walk tour on dates  March 11th and March 25th 2017  Below are the details  #TheCityWeAssume  we work, study and even live in this city but we know little if not anything about it. did you know that there are about 50 gazetted sites that are historical to the history the city and the country at large of which some were signs of supremacy, wealth, philanthropy and even political? can you name any?  FOR EXAMPLE:  Did you know that Wabera street got its name…

"We shall be having a Nairobi city walk tour on dates March 11th and March 25th 2017 Below are the details #TheCityWeAssume we work, study and even live in this city but we know little if not anything about it. did you know that there are about 50 gazetted sites that are historical to the history the city and the country at large of which some were signs of supremacy, wealth, philanthropy and even political? can you name any? FOR EXAMPLE: Did you know that Wabera street got its name…

This is King Leopold II of Belgium. He “owned” the Congo during his reign as the constitutional monarch of Belgium. After several failed colonial attempts in Asia and Africa, he settled on the Congo. He “bought” it and enslaved its people, turning the entire country into his own personal slave plantation. He disguised his business transactions as “philanthropic” and “scientific” efforts under the banner of the International African Society. He used their enslaved labor to extract Congolese…

This is King Leopold II of Belgium. He “owned” the Congo during his reign as the constitutional monarch of Belgium. After several failed colonial attempts in Asia and Africa, he settled on the Congo. He “bought” it and enslaved its people, turning the entire country into his own personal slave plantation. He disguised his business transactions as “philanthropic” and “scientific” efforts under the banner of the International African Society. He used their enslaved labor to extract Congolese…

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