Showing posts with label blogs I follow. Show all posts
Showing posts with label blogs I follow. Show all posts

08 January 2018

Black Canada: A Brief History | Abagond (Reblog)

Very much enjoy a good history lesson and this was a good one! Thanks Abagond!

Black Canada: A brief history | Abagond


Unlike the Caribbean and America, slavery was never big in Canada. Instead:

Blacks came to Canada in four main waves:

1. Black Loyalists (1780s, 1810s)

2. Underground Railroad (mostly 1840s-1850s)

3. The Lily White Canada Policy (c. 1896-1962)

4. Caribbean immigration (1960s to present)


Blog Publisher's Disclaimer: This post presents an overview of what I know in 500 words or less. I do not pretend to be an expert! I mostly use present-day place names. Corrections welcomed.



Flag of Canada with a black border

Flag of Canada with a black border (Photo credit: Wikipedia)



Connecting this with a link from one of my other blogs, as the topics are related:

The Practice of Human Bondage: When Did Slavery Begin? (BlogJob.com)







If interested in historical fiction Under The Lion's Paw grapples with the subject of slavery; the time and place setting is the 1830's through post-civil war, in both the U.S. and Canada.  
 




Whistleblower stars
Academy Award® Winner Rachel Weisz as Kathryn Bolkovac; a woman on a mission and a crusade.  A mission to get her daughter back and a crusade against human trafficking in postwar Bosnia.  This movie was inspired by real events.




03 November 2017

Rahab by Eikonik | From the Chest from Atlantis Archive

Tumblr users like, reblog or like and reblog, but now there is a wonderful feature where HTML code is provided and bloggers on non-Tumblr platforms can share content found on Tumblr.  Below is an embedded post from a Tumblr blogger who shares art depictions of ancient history – people and places.  

The artwork shown below in the embedded content from the Tumblr blog depicts the part of the biblical account where she hid the Jewish spies on her rooftop.  This is a complement to a post previously published here at My Blog Stop! about a woman in the Bible known as Rahab the harlot. 

Women of the Bible: Rahab - The Noble Harlot | My Blog Stop!



Image credit: See page for author [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

http://jeziora-atlantean.tumblr.com/post/115288266701/rahab-by-eikonik
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Related articles



When is a Minority Group a Problem?

Sweden: Jews are not a "problem", as long as there's only a few of them ..." (Source) Odd quote to start off an article with. ( My opinion. ) But if you don't believe or don't read the Bible, then perhaps the statement is logical. (???)


Memorable Battles in Jewish History

SHILOH (not Jerusalem) was at one time the focal point of Israel's worship, where both the Tabernacle and the Ark of the Covenant resided. The Jews took the Ark from Shiloh to Kiriath-Jearim to the battlefield because they thought it would being them victory. They were wrong!


Ethiopian or Philistine? Am I a Dog?

Published this post February 2015 and although the stats show it had a reasonable amount of views and even a few Plus Ones, the question has still not been answered. The question was prompted because of some dialogue in a Denzel Washington movie.


28 August 2017

The Pendant - A Gothic Romance Novel (Reblog) | History and Women

Sharing a link from one of the most gorgeous and informative blogs about women and for women on the worldwide web! The blog publisher writes book reviews but is also an author. This is one of her books.


A lost ancient treasure. 
A 100 year family feud. 
And a woman with a passion richer than the bloodstone pendant she wears around her neck!


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21 June 2017

From Africa to Alabama? That's Quite a Trip! | DYNAMIC AFRICA (Reblog)

English: Great Seal of The State of Alabama
English: Great Seal of The State of Alabama
(Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Totally cool and interesting. Worth a reblog or share. 250 million years ago? You don't say!!


#EarthDay: Geoscientists have identified a chunk of Africa stuck onto the southeastern United States.





A long mysterious zone of unusual magnetism that stretches from Alabama through Georgia and offshore to the North Carolina coast appears to be the suture between ancient rocks that formed when parts of Africa and North America were pressed together 250 million years ago. ...


Read on. #EarthDay: Geoscientists have identified a chunk... | DYNAMIC AFRICA



http://dynamicafrica.tumblr.com/post/83522160168/earthday-geoscientists-have-identified-a-chunk

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Activities You Should Be Aware Can Cause the Elimination of Your Blog

Wake up one day and discover that your blog was deleted?  

Start scratching your head wondering what you did?



The link below is to a post at "We Blog Better".  It makes for a very handy checklist.  Although as I scanned the list, it made me wonder why bloggers would not know this.  However, it is possible that many do NOT realize these activities could get their blog removed.  What I really like is that Guest Blogging and offering free samples of Oreo cookies are NOT on the list.  YAY!  Totally awesome because I have more than one blog and would like to extend an invitation to anyone out there reading this who would be interested. 


Would you be interested in providing a Guest Post for this blog or any of my other blogs? Feel free to contact me via eMail:
cmoneyspinner@gmail.com
SUBJECT: Guest Blog Post
I would be honored!
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P.S.  I haven’t gotten to the point where I can hand out free Oreo cookies but I can tell you where you can get free samples of bath products.  Click here. :)
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I know it’s not yet Valentine’s Day, but I use any excuse to share a heart.
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Valentine’s Day Celebrations Around the World





18 March 2017

Entertainment Blogs: World Music - the Music Journey

Do you enjoy world music? So do I. I used to work in our nation's capital, Washington, D.C. There were two music stores within walking distance from my job, and they were a favorite place to spend my one hour for lunch break. Haven't been in D.C. since 1995 and the name of the stores escape me. But I do remember that they both had a wonderful world music section. In Texas, when we used to subscribe to cable TV, there was a show called “Musical Passport” that we watched often. Took you all around the world showcasing great music!
 



Currently I work from home so I don't get out much to browse the stores any more. Also, we no longer have cable TV. Sure I could shop online but don't always know who to look for. My significant other combs YouTube and finds all kinds of new artists. But I don't have the patience to do that. I have however, stumbled across a blog that specializes in introducing its readers to musical artists from around the world: Germany, Greece, Mali, South Africa, Canada, Hungary, France, Caribbean and on and on and on. You can search this site by names of artists, by countries and/or by genres. As of March 2017, it had over 4000 followers. Their posts date back to 2011. The last post is dated December 2015.  They have so much variety, it makes me dizzy. But I love it!! Why don't you visit? If you love world music, you'll love this blog!

To put it in their words:
Join us on our musical adventure on www.xworldmusic.wordpress.com

If you see the banner below, you should be at the right site.
(Hope they don't change their banner.)



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30 September 2014

Quote of the day! – loveofwords.net

Belated birthday wish for the late Jim Henson, a gifted and talented man with an imaginative heart that I so very much admired.

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Originally posted on Love Of Words:

Someday we’ll find it
The Rainbow Connection
The lovers, the dreamers, and me
 

- Jim Henson

September 24, 1936: Jim Henson was fascinated with puppets from childhood—he was just 18 when he debuted his puppets on local TV. Henson voiced some of his most famous characters: Ernie, Rowlf the Dog, and, of course, Kermit the Frog. He was born 77 years ago today.




12 July 2014

Random Mexican’s Movie Review: DELIVER US FROM EVIL (Reblog)

Daniel Hernandez publishes a blog he calls "Random Mexican's Movie Review".  He is a member of the Authentic Blogger Group on Facebook. Been following his blog for a while. His movie reviews are a ready reference resource. Concise. Precise.  Always on point.  Like this one.
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A cop and a priest team up on a case of demonic possession in this Screen Gems horror film. ... Deliver Us from Evil has an interesting conceit of mixing police procedural with an exorcism tale. ...

http://amzn.to/2m65I5D



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