Category Archives: anthropology

The Cold Summer

The year 1816 is known as the Year Without a Summer (also the Poverty Year and Eighteen Hundred and Froze To Death) because of severe climate abnormalities that caused average global temperatures to decrease by 0.4–0.7 °C (0.72–1.26 °F). Impact: … Continue reading

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Should writers be more vocal on social issues? Or keep their opinion to themselves?

Should writers be more vocal on social issues? Or keep their opinion to themselves? I asked that question because many of us lives in cities that are presently or was on fire. The fabric of society seriously needs mending. Every … Continue reading

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Manchild in the Promised Land-A book published 55 years ago holds true today.

  I studied Manchild in the Promised Land as a social studies compendium in college. It was published in 1965 as autobiographical novel. It was written by Claude Brown. It chronicles of the author’s coming-of-age story amidst poverty and violence … Continue reading

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What did Medieval People Really Wear?

via What did Medieval People Really Wear? This reblog showed the Early to Mid-Middle Ages vastly different we are conditioned to believe it was. For example, nudity was quite common during the Early to Mid-Middle Ages. Public bathhouses were also … Continue reading

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“They said she couldn’t become a writer recognized by the world, but she did it.”

Zora Neale Hurston is perhaps one of the greatest American writers to have ever lived. The reason being she recorded America as it truly was and still is depending on who you are and where you live. Without work like … Continue reading

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Coronavirus and Domestic Violence

Coronavirus and Domestic Violence I reposted this one for this epidemic appeals to be getting worst. In many cities all across the world there’s been a spike in domestic violence since families have no other choice but to stay at … Continue reading

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Old Folks Say Life Doesn’t Get Easier

  When I hear the elders talk about the past the picture above is what I envision. When I think about those who lived through the Great Depression, World II, Korean War, Poverty of 1960’s, The Civil Rights Movements, Vietnam … Continue reading

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How to Write a Series.

This is a generalization of what a series could consist of: Writing A Series I already posted an article about the advancement of a series as to a single book. One advantage is that you can copyright it as  brand … Continue reading

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A Giant Sahara Dust Storm Traveled Across The Atlantic: A Taste of Africa.

Rich dust from the Sahara fertilize faraway lands across the oceans and seas. To many, this supersize dust storm is a mixed blessing.  It’s a curse because it blocked out visibility of airports in its path. It’s a blessing because … Continue reading

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