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Anger That a Herod Show Uses West Bank Objects
Society & Culture  (tags: history, Jerusalem, Herod, anger, archaeological exhibition )

Alexa
- 1702 days ago - nytimes.com
JERUSALEM - The Israel Museum on Tuesday opened its most ambitious archaeological exhibition devoted to Herod, the lionized and demonized Rome-appointed king of Judea, who reigned from 37 to 4 B.C.E. and is among the most seminal and contentious figures i
Clearing The Fog Speaking Truth to Expose the Forces of Greed
Society & Culture  (tags: Clearing the Fog, We Act Radio, Expose Forces of Greed, History, Cooperatives, Communalism, USA, internet radio )

Dandelion
- 1718 days ago - clearingthefogradio.org
Clearing the FOG airs live on We Act Radio, 1480 am, in Washington, DC and is streamed at WeActRadio.com. This is an independent radio station. This radio segment is called History of Cooperatives and Communalism in the US.
Henry Wallace, America's Forgotten Visionary
Society & Culture  (tags: activists, americans, education, freedoms, history, Henry Wallace )

Kit
- 1721 days ago - truth-out.org
One of the great "What if?" questions of the 20th century is how America would have been different if Henry Wallace rather than Harry Truman had succeeded Franklin Roosevelt in the White House.
Shadows at Dawn
Society & Culture  (tags: Apache, indigenous people, Camp Grant Massacre, 1871, Arizona, history )

Nancy
- 1866 days ago - brown.edu
Shortly before dawn on the morning of April 30, 1871, a group of Anglo Americans, Mexican Americans, and Tohono O'odham Indians from Tucson and San Xavier del Bac attacked a would-be Apache Indian reservation located along a creek bank in Arizona Territo
Scott's Wrecked Ship Terra Nova Found Off Greenland
Society & Culture  (tags: Antarctic, polar, Expedition, Captain Robert Scott, history, culture, archaeologyeducation, environment, news, travel )

Xil
- 1891 days ago - bbc.co.uk
The wreck of the ship that carried Captain Robert Scott on his doomed expedition to the Antarctic a century ago has been discovered off Greenland.
The Sioux Campaign to Buy Back the Black Hills That Belong to Them
Society & Culture  (tags: Sioux, Black Hills, Paha Sapa, stolen, environment, sacred land, Fort Laramie Treaty, illegally seized, history, land rights, campaign )

Pia
- 1892 days ago - guardian.co.uk
The Black Hills were stolen from the Sioux in 1877. Now, the flagship media group lastrealindians.com and the Rosebud Sioux Tribe have combined in an attempt to buy back Pe' Sla - land due to be auctioned off for development on 25 August 2012.
The Hidden Story Of Jesus   video
Society & Culture  (tags: History, Faith, World, Omnipotent, God, Allah, humans )

Barbara
- 1932 days ago - youtube.com
Theologian Dr Robert Beckford investigates amazing parallels to the Christ story in other faiths, some of them predating Christianity by thousands of years.
ReThinking Columbus Banned In Tucson
Society & Culture  (tags: Rethinking Columbus, Book Banning, Schools, Education, American Indian, Native American, indigeneous, struggle, history )

Dandelion
- 2100 days ago - rethinkingschoolsblog.wordpress.com
We need to hear from those whose lands and rights were taken away by those who "discovered" them. Their stories tell of 500 years of courageous struggle, and the lasting wisdom of native peoples. Is key to understand the same injustices happening today.
Thanksgiving History   video
Society & Culture  (tags: Thanksgiving, Pilgrims, Indians, massacre, history, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, lies, false history )

Dandelion
- 2159 days ago - youtube.com
Those who do not know their accurate history are doomed to repeat it. Perhaps many of the pitfalls of today could of been avoided if we all had an understanding of an accurate history. Be thankful but learn truth.
October 10 Is Native American Day in South Dakota
Society & Culture  (tags: native american rights, Native Americans, Columbus Day, history, rights, news, politics, society, culture, law, government )

AWAY AWHI
- 2203 days ago - indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com
In 1989, the South Dakota legislature, after a proposal by Governor George S. Mickelson, changed Columbus Day to Native American day, to honor the more than 70,000 American Indian residents in the state.
TV Events That Changed the World
Society & Culture  (tags: culture, tv, tv events, history )

Dustin
- 2299 days ago - premiumhollywood.com
The television has arguably been one of the most important inventions to ever enter the average home. Although it seems to be overtaken nowadays by the Internet, nobody can deny the importance the humble television has had on popular culture.
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' RIGHTS IN CANADA: Why Don't You People Just Get Over It? Here's Why
Society & Culture  (tags: rights, politics, HISTORY, Ihistory, Canada, NDIGENOUS PEOPLES' RIGHTS, world, freedoms, culture, society, news )

AWAY AWHI
- 2312 days ago - indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com
That's the gist of this video put together by Canada's largest labor union, the Public Service Alliance of Canada, which celebrated National Aboriginal Day on June 21 by launching a new campaign, Justice for Aboriginal Peoples--It's Time!
The Fascinating Histories Behind Your Favorite Fairy Tales
Society & Culture  (tags: Fairy Tales, History, stories, tales )

Anna
- 2364 days ago - matchacollege.com
It's a little disconcerting to know that the real stories behind the fairy tales that made your eyes go all sparkly as a child were originally tales of rape, self-injury and forced abandonment. But the inspiration behind these stories simply resonated....
Top 10 Civil War Innovations
Society & Culture  (tags: Civil War, society, world, history )

Anna
- 2398 days ago - news.discovery.com
Did you know that the Civil War was the first time that men carried pocket watches, canned milk and shoes in standard sizes into battle? Here's a list of the top 10 innovations of the Civil War.
The Bizarre Religious Myths Mormon Right-Wingers Are Pushing on Tea Partiers -- With Glenn Beck's Help
Society & Culture  (tags: religion, history, lies and propaganda, politics, media, humans )

Carrie
- 2401 days ago - alternet.org
With the rise of the right, the National Center for Constitutional Studies' bizarre version of U.S. history is gaining adherents.

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