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Edward Carpenter and the Healing of NationsEdward Carpenter and the Healing of Nations by Rene Wadlow
29 August 2021
Edward Carpenter (1844-1929) whose birth anniversary we note on 29 August, was an English writer, educator and pacifist, socialist reformer. Carpenter came from a middle class intellectual family and studied at Cambridge University. (Add a comment)
LighthouseLighthouse by Bohdan Yuri
29 August 2021
Before you were a saving beacon, blind ships were lured to cast lost souls. (Add a comment)
Dear Reader, this is for my slave ancestry gone foreverDear Reader, this is for my slave ancestry gone forever by Abigail George
29 August 2021
I think of you often. I think of you standing in the kitchen baking, the aroma of a freshly-baked something, or you hiding behind your bangs, your horse-hair in a ponytail... (Add a comment)
Ghostin' 21#15Ghostin' 21#15 by Thanos Kalamidas
29 August 2021
They are like neighbours we are aware of except we are NOT aware of and they have absolutely nothing to do with Halloween. (Add a comment)
Ingrid Bergman dies on her birthdayIngrid Bergman dies on her birthday by The Ovi Team
29 August 2021
On august 29th 1982, the Swedish-born actress and three-time Academy Award winner Ingrid Bergman dies of cancer in London on her 67th birthday. Bergman, who was best known for her role as Ilsa Lund in Casablanca... (Add a comment)
Henry James back to U.S.Henry James back to U.S. by The Ovi Team
29 August 2021
August 29th 1904; Henry James returns to the U.S. for a visit after living abroad for two decades. James was born to a wealthy and eccentric philosopher father in 1843 in New York, N.Y. (2 comments)
Hurricane KatrinaHurricane Katrina by The Ovi Team
29 August 2021
Aug. 29, 2005; Hurricane Katrina a Category 5 Storm with sustained winds of 145 MPH and gusts reaching 175 MPH is the most destructive hurricane ever to hit the United States. The storm caused massive devastation... (Add a comment)
Edward Carpenter and the Healing of NationsEdward Carpenter and the Healing of Nations by Rene Wadlow
28 August 2021
Edward Carpenter (1844-1929) whose birth anniversary we note on 29 August, was an English writer, educator and pacifist, socialist reformer. Carpenter came from a middle class intellectual family and studied at Cambridge University. (1 comment)
Lingering Peculiarities: Slavery and Manumission in the Roman EmpireLingering Peculiarities: Slavery and Manumission in the Roman Empire by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
28 August 2021
The question does not bear asking, but in a global economy greased by what has been termed disposable people, the past's previous examples of the same may be a country worth visiting. (Add a comment)
Orb-weaverOrb-weaver by David Sparenberg
28 August 2021
The tiny architect of threads works in the mirror of archetypes. Grandmother Spider weaves the web of life. Look around-be astounded and transformed by wonder! (Add a comment)
Colombia burns: it's not about 'tax reform', it's about hunger and dignityColombia burns: it's not about 'tax reform', it's about hunger and dignity by Ovi Magazine Guest
28 August 2021
The millions of poor in an enormously rich country can no longer bear to choose between very little and nothing. They have very little to lose. The tax reform proposal of 2021 was the straw that broke the camel's back. (Add a comment)
Mika Toxica 21#05Mika Toxica 21#05 by Thanos Kalamidas
28 August 2021
Every office has one; male or female no difference and always toxic! (Add a comment)
King's dreamKing's dream by The Ovi Team
28 August 2021
August 28th 1968; the fight for racial equality in the United States moved a step closer to victory today as Martin Luther King spoke of his dream for freedom in an address to thousands of Americans. (Add a comment)
Robertson DaviesRobertson Davies by The Ovi Team
28 August 2021
August 28th; Canadian author Robertson Davies is born on this day in the town of Thamesville in Ontario, Canada. Davies was the son of a publisher and politician who owned the Canadian newspaper the Peterborough Examiner. (1 comment)
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