Sidney Poitier wins Best Actor Oscar for Lilies of the Field by The Ovi Team April 13th 19624. On this day in 1964, Sydney Poitier becomes the first African American to win the Academy Award for Best Actor, for his role as a construction worker who helps build a chapel in Lilies of the Field (1963).
Woman Reading by Abigail George "Are you alive? Come swimming with me."
Progress And Antigress by Jan Sand There are at present disruptive forces and people who are involved with the solidifying mutations of our current society and how they are attempting, somewhat successfully, to undermine the basic forces and institutions...
Wilhelm Reich: A Taoist in Freudian Disguise by Rene Wadlow Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957) whose birth anniversary we note on 24 March was part of the Vienna circle of Sigmund Freud in the 1920s after the First World War in which Reich had served in the Austrian army on the Italian front.
How's Mercy Coming Along ? by Leah Sellers "Hey, Maybelle? Are you fussin' around in the Chicken Coop, Hon?" Sam asked as ducked to enter the large Chicken House he'd built for Maybelle when they had moved out to the Country years ago.
Romain Rolland: The Cosmopolitan Spirit by Rene Wadlow One of the major voices of the spirit of Citizens of the World is Romain Rolland (1866-1944). He is the symbol of those who would not let war destroy the cultural bridges between peoples, especially during the 1914-1918 World War.