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One of Spain's newest cricket teams, Levante CC are having a successful first season in the ECCL Development League and they are now activel...

One of Spain's newest cricket teams, Levante CC are having a successful first season in the ECCL Development League and they are now activel...

Cyril Lionel Robert James was born in the British colony of Trinidad on January 4, 1901.  James was a bright youth who absorbed literature, history, music, sports, and art-the foundational texts of Western civilization.  He attended Queen's Royal College in Port of Spain, but chafed at the rigid disciplinarianism of the educational British system.  Yet he was deeply interested in and influenced by the game of cricket introduced by the British and became a local cricket reporter before…

Cyril Lionel Robert James was born in the British colony of Trinidad on January 4, 1901. James was a bright youth who absorbed literature, history, music, sports, and art-the foundational texts of Western civilization. He attended Queen's Royal College in Port of Spain, but chafed at the rigid disciplinarianism of the educational British system. Yet he was deeply interested in and influenced by the game of cricket introduced by the British and became a local cricket reporter before…

Richard Avedon Portraits | Kofi Annan UN Secretary General

Richard Avedon Portraits | Kofi Annan UN Secretary General

Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad | 53 Books You Won't Be Able To Put Down

53 Books You Won't Be Able To Put Down

Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad | 53 Books You Won't Be Able To Put Down

Frantz Fanon (1925-1961) is a leading thinker of postcolonialism. Malcolm X, Che Guevara and Steve Biko read him. Fanon is best known for two of his books, “Black Skin, White Masks” (1952), about internalized racism, and “The Wretched of the Earth” (1961), about casting off colonialism.

Frantz Fanon (1925-1961) is a leading thinker of postcolonialism. Malcolm X, Che Guevara and Steve Biko read him. Fanon is best known for two of his books, “Black Skin, White Masks” (1952), about internalized racism, and “The Wretched of the Earth” (1961), about casting off colonialism.

Shemika Charles Limbo Queen Reaching New Lows: Record Breaker Limbos Under Car

Shemika Charles Limbo Queen Reaching New Lows: Record Breaker Limbos Under Car

Hamilton Naki became a self-taught surgeon of such skill that Dr. Christiaan Barnard chose him to assist in the world's first human heart transplant in 1967.  His contribution was kept secret for three decades because he was a black man in apartheid-era South Africa. He acquired his surgical skills through years of silent observation and covert practice at the university's medical school. His skills were so esteemed that the university quietly looked the other way.

Hamilton Naki became a self-taught surgeon of such skill that Dr. Christiaan Barnard chose him to assist in the world's first human heart transplant in 1967. His contribution was kept secret for three decades because he was a black man in apartheid-era South Africa. He acquired his surgical skills through years of silent observation and covert practice at the university's medical school. His skills were so esteemed that the university quietly looked the other way.

Aimé Césaire (1913-1980) Martinique #Caribbean poet/author, a founder of #Négritude movement. Francophone literature.

Aimé Césaire (1913-1980) Martinique #Caribbean poet/author, a founder of #Négritude movement. Francophone literature.

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