For All Points-Of-The-View.
Let us acknowledge that if we fairly scrutinize the Troy Davis and Amanda
Knox cases, we would see an example of present-day racism.
Knox’s case and family receive 24-hour-a-day coverage with the obvious
assumption that she is innocent and a victim of a miscarriage of justice.
Her parents have been so courted and interviewed by the mainstream (no longer …
How far has the United States of America come from its violent, racist past? What evidence do we have today that minorities, especially black people, have a better chance of being treated equally by a society dominated by wealthy white elites? Why are there still so many deaths and disappearances due to the color of a person’s skin? Many people believe that the United States has moved on from slavery and Jim Crow segregation to an era where one is judged by the content of his/her character…Continue
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Rajasthan is the only state in all over India i.e. known as royal state as it is the “land of Kings”. It’s a landscape which is loved by every visitor as the marvelous attractions of the place magnetize the attention of the tourists. The majestic palaces, high mountains, amazing shrines, striking lakes, superlative sand dunes, and enthusiast wildlife sanctuaries are some of the things that make people amazed. On this place tourists can easily watch the rural and real part of…Continue
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India is a vast and diverse country. It has been one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the world with its varied tourism options and innumerable tourist attractions. Tourism in India appeals tourists in galore from all over the world. When you will come to India you will find tourism options such as cultural & heritage tourism, adventure tourism, wildlife tourism, eco tourism, beach tourism, hill station tourism, backwater tourism and many more. The…Continue
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How are you? Runoko Rashidi is fine. No international trips since Zimbabwe
a couple of weeks ago but I did spend several days in Atlanta, Georgia and
I journeyed to Atlanta last week to speak at the Nile Valley Conference II.
I spoke at the first Nile Valley Conference way back in September 1984. It
was my first really big conference and it helped make a name for me there. …
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