A recent article in the halifax chroncile-herald discusses a fascinating project mounted by the dartmouth historical association“local effort brings our past to life”: Halifax chronicle-herald
These Changing Times
Aggregate economic growth does not translate into less poverty.
The project focused on undertaking a survey of endangered records, but also copied items from the jamaica archives and records department, the national library of jamaica, the library of the university of the west indies and the roman catholic chancery in kingston. All four institutions contain valuable material relating to the lives of enslaved africans and free blacks in jamaica during the period 1655-1800.
Intersubjectivity at the centre — Grace Akello.
The shutdown as well as the looming debt ceiling crisis is entirely a Republican Party production.
Cara Lemieux asks men a variety of questions and the result gives us a deeper glimpse into how modern men view work, goals, parenting and relationships.
Men’s roles are changing almost faster than we can keep up with the change. Here are twelve reasons the conversation about men is so incredibly important.
Are there some circumstances where we should accept bigotry?
We all require joy, hope and optimism. In these darker times, take heart that people care, that kindnesses, innovation and generosity are happening all over the world.
Guys, don’t you deserve to be swept off your feet, too?
Men have gotten by on antiquated beliefs and values for far too long in my opinion. The time has come for a new breed of leadership. We need men who are accountable and not afraid of change.
What’s with the new trend of changing your skin color?
If Hillary wins and Bill is active in her administration (and there’s no way he won’t be), that makes it a Hill-Billy presidency.
The Good Men Project is the only large-scale international conversation about what it means to be a good man in the 21st century. There are plenty of ways to join in.
Once upon a time, all front-gardens looked like this. This one is rare now.
A past financial crisis that could predict how banks of today prevail.