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Secret Victoria: Rush to Freedom

Secret Victoria: Rush to Freedom

(slow, melancholy music) – The first incident took place at the Victoria (speaks indistinctly). Nathan Pointer had been Mifflin Gibbs’s first partner in San Francisco. Nathan and his wife, Sarah, were among the first blacks to arrive in Victoria, and he prospered. – When I was going to school, you learnt about the British, and you learnt about all sorts of different people. But there is really nothing about my own people. There’s a story about the black pioneers of…

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Celebrating culture, craft and choir 🎢🎀 | Australia to me

Celebrating culture, craft and choir 🎢🎀 | Australia to me

So, my name is Blake Ralph. We’re here on behalf of KARI foundation. We are running our first KARI regional vocal workshops here in Dubbo. We’re so excited to be here and it’s already shaping up to be a great two days of workshop. We’re covering all aspects of performance, singing in particular, so we know we’ve got some really talented Aboriginal kids out there. We’re just trying to find them and just giving them a chance to be a…

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Kate Middleton’s Birthday ‘Overshadowed’ by Megxit as William ‘Incandescent With Rage’

Kate Middleton’s Birthday ‘Overshadowed’ by Megxit as William ‘Incandescent With Rage’

Kate Middleton’s Birthday ‘Overshadowed’ by Megxit as William ‘Incandescent With Rage’. The gloves have come off in the royal family rift with Prince Charles and Prince William said to be “incandescent” after Prince Harry and Meghan’s decision to step down in defiance of the Queen’s orders, while aides have broken ranks to accuse the couple of wanting to “have their cake and eat it”. As Britain digested the news of Prince Harry and Meghan’s shock decision to quit as “senior”…

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Angela Davis on Freedom of Speech & Assembly ( 1974)

Angela Davis on Freedom of Speech & Assembly ( 1974)

We can see you know, they talked about freedom of speech and freedom of assembly and academic freedom and And so they try to play with your mind, it’s because they want you to forget that There ain’t no sense in all and having those freedoms unless they are utilized to enlarge freedom and Not genocide and that’s a contradiction for someone to have the freedom to advocate the genocide of a people And I wonder, see I think the…

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ABRAHAM ON FREEDOM & DIVERSITY – Esther & Jerry Hicks

ABRAHAM ON FREEDOM & DIVERSITY – Esther & Jerry Hicks

Abraham On Freedom And Diversity We’re all set? Yes. Um – I’ve been involved in lots of different organizations and things like this and I – not things like this but just organizations in general and I’ve found that uh – they get such a head of steam going and they attract so many people and uh – and I’m kind of a – not a believer in what you’re doing because it’s not a religion but I’m here. I…

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Who Were the Freedom Riders? | The Civil Rights Movement

Who Were the Freedom Riders? | The Civil Rights Movement

Freedom Rides are a dramatic moment that occurred at the peak of the Civil Rights era in 1961. They were a response to a law that had been passed. So in 1961, a northern group of civil rights activists called CORE, the Congress of Racial Equality, decides to test this law by calling together activists of different ages, of different races, of different educational and economic backgrounds, and of different religions to travel together, sitting side-by-side on interstate buses from…

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Escape to freedom: How five young Rohingya refugees are adjusting to life in Canada

Escape to freedom: How five young Rohingya refugees are adjusting to life in Canada

[Oh Canada plays over speakers] When we came here, we don’t know how to speak ‘hi’, ‘hello.’ [Teacher] We have five young men that just came to us in November of last year, as government-sponsored refugees. When they started at Eastwood, for most of them, it was the very first time they were able to be in school. So, starting from square one in terms of literacy, learning a new language on top. Ya, that’s called frost. Frost. I wasn’t…

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Freedom of Religion or Belief – Human Rights

Freedom of Religion or Belief – Human Rights

In a world with more than 7 billion people, there are many religions. And while most people live among others like themselves, some don’t. They often move and find themselves in the minority. They worship differently. They dress differently. They even eat different kinds of food. Sometimes there’s trouble. Wouldn’t life be lots better if we all let others practice their faith? Here are four ways that we can help everybody enjoy freedom of religion. First stand up for the…

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6 Habits of Happily Married Couples

6 Habits of Happily Married Couples

Inner Health Sanctum… 6 Habits of Happily Married Couples Marriage consists of give and take. It takes compromises, patience, understanding, and love. We are so accustomed to give up, and give in, when things don’t run smoothly. Marriage is never easy, but there are people out there who make it work. HERE ARE 6 HABITS OF HAPPILY MARRIED COUPLES: 1. THEY HAVE THEIR OWN INTERESTS AND HOBBIES. You are married, but not attached at the hips. Happy couples have their…

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New Year’s Resolutions For “Progressives” (STOP BEING AWFUL!)

New Year’s Resolutions For “Progressives” (STOP BEING AWFUL!)

Hi everyone I hope you’re all well so the new year is upon us and there are a lot of exciting things to look forward to it’s an Olympic year for starters which is great and of course the USA has a major election coming up in November which will be observed with great global interest and also this here is the year I swear that I will finally be offering merchandise so if you have any suggestions as to…

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