Michael Manley, was born in St. Andrew Jamaica on December 10, 1924, he died on March 6, 1997. He served as Prime Minister of Jamaica from 1972–1980 and from 1989–1992.
Advertisements A path toward a unified America June 16, 2021 Share Podcast: A path toward a unified America The centenary of the first race amity conference held by the American Bahá’í community was marked by a three-day symposium exploring racial unity and social change. RSS | iTunes | SoundCloud | Tunein | iHeart | Stitcher WASHINGTON, D.C. — One hundred years ago, in May, the […]
Advertisements Scientists have succeeded in bringing a frozen animal back to life after 30 years, it has been reported.© Wikipedia Japan’s National Institute of Polar Research says that their scientists have succeeded in reviving the ‘tardigrade’ animal which they had collected in Antarctica. The creatures, which are known as ‘water bears’ or ‘moss piglets’ are miniscule, […]
Advertisements Shift in agricultural systems necessary for sustainability, says BIC June 8, 2021Share BIC BRUSSELS — Each year, tens of thousands of people from Africa travel to Europe to work alongside a declining national agricultural workforce on farms in EU member states in an industry that is increasingly becoming dependent on migrant seasonal workers. When […]