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Sally RideSally Ride by The Ovi Team
24 June 2020
June 24th 1983; America's first woman in space has returned safely to Earth in the Challenger space shuttle after a successful six-day flight. Sally Ride, aged 32, captured the media's attention... (Add a comment)
Our well hidden racism Our well hidden racism by Thanos Kalamidas
23 June 2020
I think the first time it really hit me - and it did hit me hard - was when I noticed that the Finnish state broadcaster had changed its social media avatar into a "Black Lives Matter". (Add a comment)
The Narrative of the Leakers: Collateral Murder and the Assange IndictmentThe Narrative of the Leakers: Collateral Murder and the Assange Indictment by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
23 June 2020
When the superseding indictment was returned by a federal grand jury in the Eastern District of Virginia against Julian Assange on May 23, 2019, there was one glaring omission. It was an achievement, it might even be said... (Add a comment)
The art of perfecting your artThe art of perfecting your art by Joseph Gatt
23 June 2020
I want to become a singer-songwriter but the industry is so focused on money they don't allow creativity! (Add a comment)
United Nations Public Service DayUnited Nations Public Service Day by The Ovi Team
23 June 2020
The UN General Assembly, in its resolution 57/277, designated 23 June as Public Service Day. The UN Public Service Day intends to celebrate the value and virtue of public service to... (Add a comment)
Columbo's Peter FalkColumbo's Peter Falk by The Ovi Team
23 June 2020
June 23rd; Peter Falk, the American actor most famous for his role as TV's scruffy detective, Columbo, died at the age of 83 on this day. (Add a comment)
Type-WriterType-Writer by The Ovi Team
23 June 2020
June 23rd 1868; Christopher Latham Sholes received a patent for an invention that he called a "Type-Writer." Born on February 14, 1819, in Mooresburg, Pennsylvania, Christopher Latham Sholes moved... (Add a comment)
The Antarctic Treaty SystemThe Antarctic Treaty System by The Ovi Team
23 June 2020
23rd June 1961; The Antarctic Treaty System comes into force to regulate international relations with respect to Antarctica... (Add a comment)
Race still matters in the land of LincolnRace still matters in the land of Lincoln by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
22 June 2020
President Trump has taken credit for popularizing Juneteenth in an interview with the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on Thursday (June 19, 2020), stating that no one had ever heard of the June 19 holiday before he scheduled a political rally... (Add a comment)
Woked in Fright: The Brief Banning of Fawlty TowersWoked in Fright: The Brief Banning of Fawlty Towers by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
22 June 2020
It's all getting nasty. The urge to remove statues in hurried indignation; the lust to censor programmes now deemed offensive; the erasure of history, which, any sensible sort should know, is often a panoramic account of crimes... (Add a comment)
Random parenting tipsRandom parenting tips by Joseph Gatt
22 June 2020
I like to turn lemon into lemonade. Growing up with several foster families, I got to see first-hand how some parents ace this parenting thing, and how others, well, could do better. (Add a comment)
When corruption stereotypes become government (in Greek) When corruption stereotypes become government (in Greek) by Thanos Kalamidas
22 June 2020
The latest scandal with the illegal funding ghost media that belong to "friendly" reporters, family and members of the media just powers the stereotypes that want right wing governments in Greece absolutely corrupted. (Add a comment)
Anne MorrowAnne Morrow by The Ovi Team
22 June 2020
June 22nd; Writer and pilot Anne Morrow Lindbergh is born on this day in 1906 in Englewood, New Jersey. (Add a comment)
SkylabSkylab by The Ovi Team
22 June 2020
June 22nd 1973; Skylab astronauts splashed down safely in the Pacific after a record 28 days in space. Skylab was the first US space station and the world's first big space station. (Add a comment)
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