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Meet Sierra Leone’s U.N. Rep: Luce Leader Isaac Bayoh

Originally published in The Salone Messinger, Capetown, Sierra Leone By Sallu Kamusky, June 18, 2020 Like many of us, the Ebola epidemic set forth a new journey for Mr. Bayoh. Considering the predestination of his life, he engaged in various school activities, as he was persistent in finding opportunities by which to experience the world. It was […]

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WonderWorks Branson Announces Grand Opening, Fun for Whole Family

WonderWorks Branson is set for it’s grand opening on June 5, 2020 at 10 a.m. This is the company’s sixth location and is the largest one, offering 48,000 square feet of family friendly engaging activities, as well as two cafes. Along with its many fan-favored exhibits, this location offers Branson-area experiences including paying tribute to […]

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The Difference Between Compassion and Pity

The Difference Between Compassion and Pity: Volunteering after Japan’s Earthquake & Tsunami (Part 2) New York, N.Y. During my stay in the disaster area, I had been praying for the Dalai Lama to come to Japan. To my surprise, when I returned to Tokyo, he arrived to Japan on April 29th, the most important day […]

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“Our America” – Exploring U.S. History Through One Family’s Eye

New York, N.Y. This column, written by several including Molly Luce Larkin, focuses on American history through the eyes of one family. In 2010, Jim Luce wrote in the Huffington Post, Mayflower Roots – and a Metrocard – Get One on the Subway. In this piece, he began to explore the impact of Brahmin roots in today’s […]

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Our Ninth Great Grandfather Co-Founded Harvard University

New York, N.Y. Sir Thomas Dudley, the third Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, and our ninth great-grandfather, signed the charter to establish Harvard on May 30, 1650 – making it the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. Sir Thomas Dudley, 3rd, 7th, 11th, and 14th Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony and first resident […]

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Volunteering after Japan’s Earthquake & Tsunami (Part A)

New York, N.Y. I volunteered in the Great Northeastern Japan Earthquake disaster area through April 2011. The area was far more devastated than what could be seen on TV. Although I had volunteered in other disasters, nothing prepared me for the enormity of this: it seemed as if Japan was reliving World War II. Whenever […]

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Our Ancestor Frances Elizabeth Alcock & The Salem Witches Trial

New York, N.Y. Voluntary indentured servitude in the early American Colonies was the prominent system of labor until replaced by slavery. Nearly half of total white immigration to the Thirteen Colonies came under indenture. In 1638, at the age of 26,our ninth great-grandmother Frances Elizabeth Alcock left England on the ship Bevis as a servant to the Richard Dummer family. […]

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John E. Fetzer Memorial Trust Offers Free Book Give-Away on John E. Fetzer’s Life and Quest for the Link Between Spirituality and Success

At one time, John E. Fetzer was on the Forbes 400 list, making him one of the wealthiest people in the country. To those looking in, he made his millions by being a radio pioneer and media mogul, and owning the Detroit Tigers baseball team. But to those on the inside, they know he attributed […]

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