Daily Archives: August 23, 2017

Family Tree Advice and Templates – Download 127 Free Family Tree Charts

Family Tree Templates – Download 127 Free Family Tree Charts From 21 Pages

Family tree – name tags

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Family tree templates have previously only been available to members of a few select websites. Even then you may still have to pay for each download of any individual family tree chart. That has all changed, and we are now pleased to offer you the opportunity to download free printable blank family trees. Our high quality charts can be downloaded to your home computer and either printed off in the convenience of your home, or taken to a professional establishment that will produce them on durable oversized paper or canvas.    Continue reading

Education: 2017 CSEC results…QC’ shines in top performers’ row

Education: 2017 CSEC results…QC’ shines in top performers’ row

Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations are usually taken by students after five years of secondary school, and mark the end of standard secondary education.

Michael Bhopaul of Queen’s College [QC] was yesterday recognised as the student with the highest number of grade one passes, when Minister of Education, Ms. Nicolette Henry, officially announced the results of the 2017 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate [CSEC] examination.     

Bhopaul, according to the Minister of Education, secured a total of 24 grade ones [with 21 distinctions] and one grade two.   Continue reading

Analysis:  U.S.A. Generals Lead Unprecedented Revolt Against Trump – Amir Oren | Haaretz

Analysis:  U.S.A. Generals Lead Unprecedented Revolt Against Trump, Their Commander in Chief 

Army brass know that if every black soldier quit in protest over Donald Trump’s comments, the U.S. military would collapse

Pres. Donald Trump

Amir Oren | Haaretz

When you combine 19th Century Man and 21st-century powers, you get U.S.A. President Donald Trump. And when you refuse to accept Trump, you get the most amazing phenomenon of the week: the public stand of the Joint Chiefs of Staff against their commander in chief.

This is unprecedented in U.S.A. history. Never before have the generals and admirals been so united.  Continue reading

Richard J. Berry, the mayor of Albuquerque – jobs and safety for homeless people – TED video

Richard J. Berry

Jobs and Safety for homeless people- By Richard J. Berry – TED video

When Richard J. Berry, the mayor of Albuquerque, saw a man on a street corner holding a cardboard sign that read “Want a job,” he decided to take him up on it. He and his staff started a citywide program to help homeless people by giving them day jobs and a place to sleep. Find out how your city can replicate Albuquerque’s success in this frank and optimistic talk.   Watch »

Canada: Removal of the Confederation plaque reveals a Canadian History lack – By Yvonne Sam

Removal of the Confederation plaque reveals a Canadian History lack

By Yvonne Sam

The backlash was swift, and seemingly void of thought. The Hudson Bay Company quickly removed from its downtown Montreal store a plaque initially erected in 1957, dedicated to Confederate President Jefferson Davis, a Mississippi slave owner, who gave up his political career, his fortune and even his freedom to support slavery and white supremacy.

The retail store supplied no reason for the unceremonious removal, but rumours abound that the recent attack in Charlottesville, Virginia, along with media inquiries and complaints by local residents underpinned the action taken.  The historical record is clear: Confederacy was about slavery and white supremacy, nevertheless here in Montreal the plaque should have remained to remind us of our intertwined history with the U.S.     Continue reading

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