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- The Manuscripts and Intellectual Legacy of Timbuktu January 15, 2022
- Rachel Engmann, Hampshire College – The Archaeology of the Slaver in Eighteenth Cent ury Ghana – The Academic Minute January 15, 2022
- Ghana’s ‘Year of Return’ is emotional for descendants on both sides of t he slave trade | The World from PRX January 15, 2022
- 2018 African leader apologize for selling us into slavery….we want land in Africa January 15, 2022
- A professor with Ghanaian roots unearths a slave castle’s history — and he r own | The World from PRX January 15, 2022
- Boston Calling – 400 years – BBC Sounds January 15, 2022
- MLK Day, 4pm ET: Building Restorative Justice Across the African Diaspora with Kwame Akoto-Bamfo January 15, 2022
- President Obama in Ghana at the Cape Coast Dungeons – Parts 1&2 January 15, 2022
- Cape Coast Castle HD Tour January 15, 2022
- Christianborg Archaeological Heritage Project (CAHP) January 15, 2022
- Explore the Osu Castle with an official of the Museums and Monuments Board January 15, 2022
- Archaeological Excavation in Osu Castle, Accra-Ghana: Recounting Ghana’s History January 15, 2022
- Up-close with Prof. Ama Asaa Engmann. (PhD Stanford University) January 15, 2022
- “The Coming Coup”: Ari Berman on Republican Efforts to Steal Future Electi ons January 14, 2022
- Last Year’s Overall Climate Was Shaped by Warming-Driven Heat Extremes Around th e Globe – Inside Climate News January 14, 2022
- “Who We Are”: New Film Chronicles History of Racism in America Amid Grow ing Attack on Voting Rights January 14, 2022
- John Nichols on How “Coronavirus Criminals & Pandemic Profiteers” Hurt World’s Res ponse to COVID-19 January 14, 2022
- Long-term global warming fuels extreme weather, analysis shows January 14, 2022
- WATCH: When is it better to take a rapid antigen versus PCR test? January 14, 2022
- INTO DUST: The Fight For Water (Based on a Real Story) | Real Stories 4k January 14, 2022
- Arundhati Roy: Freedom, Fascism, Fiction and the Pandemic Portal January 14, 2022
- Introduction to the Digital Library January 14, 2022
- Digital Collections at the Beinecke Library | Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library January 14, 2022
- Keynote Address – GLC Annual Conference: Yale and Slavery in Historical Perspective January 14, 2022
- The Mysteries of the Marco Polo Maps: Benjamin B. Olshin January 13, 2022
- Untitled Document January 13, 2022
- Global Temperature in 2021 – James Hansen January 13, 2022
- U.K.’s Boris Johnson faces calls for resignation after attending lockdown party January 12, 2022
- Kenyan conservationist, Richard Leakey, dies aged 77 • FRANCE 24 English January 12, 2022
- Global Capitalism: Political Economy of Covid: Year #3 January 2022 January 12, 2022
- Does Arctic Drilling Violate Human Rights? (w/ Frode Pleym) January 12, 2022
- School Superintendent: Kids Think It’s Crazy to Argue about Clean Energy January 12, 2022
- GLOBALink | Environmental crisis tops global risks in 2022. How to respond? January 12, 2022
- Trump has birthed a dangerous new ‘Lost Cause’ myth. We must fight it | David Blight | The Guardian January 11, 2022
- Designing A Book With Ansel Adams January 10, 2022
- ‘Doomsday glacier’ size of Florida causes sea-level rise January 7, 2022
- Monsanto guilty for pesticide crimes in Hawaii – fined millions January 7, 2022
- Charles C. Mann: 1492 Before and After January 7, 2022
- Tocqueville in Historical Perspective | C-SPAN.org January 7, 2022
- Some Contributions of Prosser Gifford – Director of Scholarly Programs – Library of Congress | Recorded on C-Span Videos January 7, 2022
- Carte des Decouvertes en Afrique de la Mission A Ashienty par Bowdich. – NYPL Digital Collections January 6, 2022
- 1718 – Carte de la Barbarie, de la Nigritie, et de la Guinée | Library of Congress | [contains no “Bacorees” but Roi de Sacoo] January 6, 2022
- 1792 – Carte de la Barbarie, le la Nigritie et del la Guinée | Library of Congress | [1792 contains no “Bacorees” – Roi de Sacoo] January 6, 2022
- 1743 – Gvinea propria, nec non Nigritiæ vel Terræ Nigrorvm maxima pars : geographis h odiernis dicta utraque Æthiopia inferior, & hujus quidem pars australis | Librar y of Congress [1743 – Does not contain “Bacorees”] January 6, 2022
- 1679 – L’Afrique, ou Lybie ulterieure : ou font le Saara, or desért, le pays des Negres, la Guinee, et les pays circonv., tirée en partie de Sanut, et de l’Arabe du Nubie : en partie de diverses cartes veues, jusques a present : la coste de Negres, et Guinee, &c. est apres les observations de Samuel Blomart | Library of Congress [1679 – contains “Bacorees”] January 6, 2022
- Africæ nova descriptio. | Library of Congress Facsimile | 166? [Contains “Bacorees”] January 6, 2022
- 1640 – Africae nova tabula | Library of Congress [1640 – contains “Bacorees”] January 6, 2022
- James Webb Space Telescope Launch — Official NASA Broadcast January 5, 2022
- The Future of Colonizing Space- Neil deGrasse Tyson- WGS 2018 January 5, 2022
- After Trump Aide’s Admission On Air, New Heat On Coup Plot January 5, 2022
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12th Annual San Miguel Writer’s Conference Keynote Address by Naomi Klein.
This Changes Everything: Forget everything you think you know about global warming. The really inconvenient truth is that it’s not about carbon — it’s about capitalism. The convenient truth is that we can seize this existential crisis to transform our failed system and build something radically better. In her most provocative talk yet, Naomi Klein tackles the most profound threat humanity has ever faced: the war our economic model is waging against life on earth.
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Marchers advance towards City Hall during the March for Science Los Angeles in Los Angeles on April 22, 2017 [Reuters/Kyle Grillot]
Somehow, some way, we have made it to the end of 2017.
And what a long year it’s been.
Looking back, it is almost unbelievable how much damage the Trump administration has done since the inauguration. From straining international relations to enriching corporations at the expense of poor Americans, the policies the president has championed have impacted every aspect of society.
The scientific community is no exception, as scientists have felt the repercussions of foreign, fiscal, and other policies in their work and lives.
Grants are set to dry up, space launches could be delayed and some experiments could be ruined.
Scientists in the United States are bracing for impact after lawmakers in Congress failed to agree on a plan to fund the government, triggering its indefinite shutdown on 20 January.
As a result of the impasse, thousands of federal researchers have been ordered to stay home, barred from accessing their government e-mail and phones. That will leave many science agencies staffed by small numbers of ‘essential’ employees, interrupting government research on everything from winter snowpack in the western United States to the inner workings of the brain. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) will stop processing grants, depriving some academic researchers of crucial funding, and NASA may be forced to delay the launch of spacecraft that have spent years in development.
But worst of all, many researchers say, is that there is no clear sign when the shutdown will end. Republicans and Democrats in Congress are continuing to negotiate a budget deal, seeking to resolve a major disagreement over immigration policy, but progress has been slow. The last government shutdown, in October 2013, lasted for 16 days — cutting short the US Antarctic Program’s annual field season, delaying some grant-funding cycles by six months or more and disrupting an untold number of carefully planned experiments.