What Is Africa Day?
What is Africa Day and from where did it originate? This article is an answer to this question and more.Kids, Ageism, and Other Prejudices
It’s time we recognize children as the targets of prejudice… especially in terms of spanking as a form of corporal punishment. Ageism is just as difficult an issue to tackle as racism, misogyny, or homophobia as these behaviors all represent the identical characteristics and dynamics, while consisting of the same behavior exhibited toward differing targets of hate and intolerance. As such, these behaviors are equally difficult mental states to overcome.How DNA Affects Science and Society
DNA technology has affected the very fabric of modern society. Learn how this tech is reshaping society at an increasing pace.New Sites Challenge Precepts of Agricultural Revolution
Jacob Bronowski once wrote, “Man is a singular creature. He has a set of gifts which make him unique among the animals: so that, unlike them, his is not a figure in the landscape-he is a shaper of the landscape.” Bronowski suggested that before man could build great monuments, he first had to transition from the nomadic way of life to a settled, agrarian way of life, “The largest single step in the ascent of man is the change from nomad to village agriculture.”The Paradoxical “Country” of Africa, the Cradle of Civilization
Around the first or second grade, we learn that there are seven continents: North America, South America, Asia, Europe, Antarctica, and Australia. Oh yes, and then there is Africa! Yes, Africa is a continent, and it is not a country, contrary to popular belief.