Slave Trades: Changing Demographic Dynamics

Slavery has existed almost as long as human and human settlements have. It has been discovered that organized slave industries have been in existence in ancient civilizations such as Sumer, Kemet (related to ancient Egypt) and many others. Slavery became synonymous with civilizations that implemented social stratification, where societies experienced separation of their human inhabitants […]

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Juno and the future of Space Travel

  After a five year journey, which started on August 5, 2011, the Juno spacecraft arrived in the orbital outskirts of the largest planet in the Solar System on July 4, 2016. The spacecraft set itself as the continuing factor of a period of discovery, following in the technological footsteps of its predecessor, Galileo, which […]

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What History can teach us

The impact that history plays on modern events is one of the most overlooked factors in our society. Even more disturbing is the fact that even its influence on minute and seemingly “unimportant” factors is ignored, with humanity opting to look at the present situation as a “new phenomena”; a genesis of an occurrence. Today, […]

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The Future of the Nation

In my country, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the entire month of May is designated as “Child’s month”. Throughout this month marches are held in the streets, radio and television programs are created to inform the public about activities, the general public is sensitized on issues facing children in general nationally, regionally and internationally, and…well….its […]

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