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12 African American Inventors, Activists and Leaders Lost to History

“Those who have no record of what their forebears have accomplished lose the inspiration which comes from the teaching of biography and history.” – Carter G. Woodson  FEBRUARY IS BLACK HISTORY MONTH I can remember sitting in American history class eager to learn and always wondering why Black history was marginalized to only one month […]

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How Telling Women’s Stories Shapes Generations and Builds Resilience

Let’s take a look at how telling women’s stories shapes generations and builds resilience. Growing up, I always enjoyed a good story. I devoured any book that I could get a hold of – on any subject. Yet, nothing was as interesting to me as my own family history. Families in themselves are naturally dysfunctional

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How to Make Polish Gingerbread Cookies

If you’re stressed out because all your neighbours have their houses decorated already, their presents bought and their perfect holiday pictures up on Facebook while you are still cleaning up after Thanksgiving dinner, then Poland is your place to be. In Poland, Christmas preparations don’t start early. Poles don’t decorate the tree in November and they

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A Few Facts Aabout The Heritage of Bahrain and The UAE on Multicultural Kid Blogs;

A Few Facts About The Heritage of Bahrain and The UAE

I have been living in the United Arab Emirates for the past 5 years and a major part of my school years I spent in the beautiful island of pearls – Bahrain. This very fact makes me always closer to the middle eastern cultural heritage because I grew up in this air and I am

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