Views:342|Rating:3.33|View Time:1:58:31Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:2 The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress convened a symposium that brought together respected scholars to explore the intricate encounters of Africans, Europeans and native people during this significant period in America’s history. In 1619, a Dutch ship with about 20 Africans on board entered a port at the English colony of Jamestown, Virginia. This event is known as the arrival of the first recorded Africans to English North America. Their historic arrival, however, marked the beginning of a trend in colonial America, in which the people of Africa were taken from their motherland and consigned to lifelong slavery.
From 1619 to 1650, during the life span of the first arriving Africans, racial discrimination emerged and chattel slavery would be codified into law. The symposium will ask questions related to the historical importance of these events in 1619. For example, who were the Africans who arrived in Virginia in 1619, where did they come from, what world did they bring with them? What emerged from Africans’ engagement with indigenous Native American populations and their spiritual and cultural life ways, and what is the enduring legacy of this encounter today?
The event also featured a display of treasures and historical items from the Library of Congress’ collections related to the early Americas. The symposium was held in collaboration with the Middle Passage Project of the College of William & Mary, the Virginia Commonwealth’s 2019 Commemoration and Norfolk State University.
Speaker Biography: Joanne M. Braxton is 2015 David M. Larson Fellow in spirituality and health at the John W. Kluge Center and the director of the Middle Passage Project at the College of William & Mary.
Speaker Biography: Robert Trent Vinson is Frances L. and Edwin L. Cummings professor at the College of William & Mary.
Speaker Biography: Cassandra Newby-Alexander is dean of the College of Liberal Arts and director of the Joseph Jenkins Roberts Center for African Diaspora Studies at Norfolk State University and co-chair of Virginia’s 2019 Commemoration’s First Africans to English North America committee.
Speaker Biography: Lynette Lewis Allston is chief and tribal council chair of the Nottoway Indian Tribe of Virginia, one of 11 officially recognized by the Commonwealth.
In Dun Laoghaire the “Festival of World Culture” took place from 21. to 24. of August 2008. Edgar Müller has followed the invitation and continued his series of large-sized 3D Street Art there. For this year’s Festival of World Cultures renowned German street painting artist Edgar Müller transformed a huge slice of the East Pier into a dramatic ice age scene. This project was supported by the Goethe Institution Germany.
Views:246989|Rating:4.83|View Time:5:31Minutes|Likes:918|Dislikes:32 With introduction by joint owner William Church. Cheaney Shoes – making a traditional, handcrafted english shoe.
Cheaney is one of the few shoe makers still hand crafting their shoes completely from start to finish in Northamptonshire, England. This video, introduced by joint owner William Church, shows some of the 200 operations performed by Cheaney’s 120 skilled staff to make a single pair of shoes. The whole process takes about 6 weeks and is largely unchanged from the traditional beginnings of the company back in 1886.
Views:136|Rating:5.00|View Time:32:21Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 No matter where you’re coming from you’ll find a place here where you can fit right in, continue to grow in your faith and put your faith into action. We know there are many great churches in Abilene, TX and we would be honored if you would be our guest at The River Sunday at 9:30am or 11am. For more info check TheRiverAbilene.com
Views:2334|Rating:4.78|View Time:3:20Minutes|Likes:22|Dislikes:1 For members of the Splash in San Diego’s Senior Women’s Basketball Association – a team whose youngest player is 82 years old – the time they spend on the court is much more than a hobby. In this week’s Sunday Closer, NBC’s Steve Patterson reports that these ladies are raising money to help send promising student-athletes to sports camps, giving young girls opportunities the Splash teammates didn’t have growing up.
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Views:3794|Rating:4.41|View Time:28:51Minutes|Likes:15|Dislikes:2 Dialogue host Marcia Franklin talks with director Martin Doblmeier about his documentary on theologian Reinhold Niebuhr, as well as with Boise State Professor Andrew Finstuen, a producer of the film, which aired on PBS stations beginning in April, 2017.
The two discuss why they felt it was important to make the documentary, some of Niebuhr’s perspectives, and why his writings are still relevant today.
Views:9814|Rating:4.68|View Time:4:16Minutes|Likes:117|Dislikes:8 Judson Studios and acclaimed glass artist Narcissus Quagliata are using a new, beautiful way to make glass. The result is one of the biggest stained-glass windows in the world at the Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas.
Views:87882|Rating:4.76|View Time:3:37Minutes|Likes:1108|Dislikes:57 Whether or not you believe in magic, there is no denying that the voodoo spirit is very much alive in New Orleans. And what better place to catch the spell than the Historic Voodoo Museum and Voodoo Spiritual Temple? For more travel tips on New Orleans visit –
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Views:8720|Rating:4.71|View Time:2:43Minutes|Likes:48|Dislikes:3 I always wanted to do the model of a building. As I lived in Quatre Bornes, I choose the famous St Jean Church. So I want to share my way of making a model 🙂
Views:2134|Rating:4.77|View Time:4:37Minutes|Likes:21|Dislikes:1 Have Life Church is now 7 years old! God has shown us amazing favor over the few short years we’ve been in existence. Take a look at where we have come from.
Views:78844|Rating:3.96|View Time:7:25Minutes|Likes:218|Dislikes:57 Many times in our services the Holy Ghost fire will fall with showers of blessings upon the people it made them dance, shout, cry and fall out in the spirit. The spirit would make people fall and do some crazy things and protect them while they fell making them literally invulnerable. They would fall so hard that we feared for the safety and asked were they alright and they never knew what happened. All they felt was the glory of the Lord enveloping them with and uncontrollable joy that just made you want more of God. They were enveloped in an incredible joyous energy that caused them to praise God with all of their might. We knew it had to be God. If you have never experienced it, you don’t know what you are missing. I often said of my mother (who is in heaven now) who is seen running on this video that she could dance her way through a mine field. I saw her shout and dance and one time fall 10 feet off a stage on her head on cement floor and she never felt a thing. Sometimes visitors would come in the service witnessing this and thinking people were crazy and faking until the Holy Spirit got on them and make them act just as crazy dancing before the Lord with all their might. We would laugh and rejoice at the awesome power and goodness of God. For those of you who wonder where are the scriptures for this, here are a couple. Psalm 18:33 He maketh my feet like hinds’ feet, and setteth me upon my high places. Psalm 149:3 Let them praise his name in the dance: let them sing praises unto him with the timbrel and harp. 2 Samuel 6:14 And David danced before the LORD with all his might; To visit my website go to www.keithbarr.com