Monthly Archives: March 2014

10 Creepy Fairy Tales You Probably Don’t Know – Listverse

See on Scoop.it – Black Hawk Voodoo Far from being the magical, Disney-style fairy tales we imagine, the very first folk stories collected were filled with the downright weird, wonderful, and See on listverse.com

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Spirit Houses, Shrines & Altars – reading

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Redd Linen Night!

See on Scoop.it – Congo Square Preservation Society Redd Linen Night!  The Divine Prince ‘s insight: This is it!  Tomorrow is the day we’ve been waiting for.  Redd Linen Night is finally here with all of its usual awe. See … Continue reading

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On Staves : Sarah Anne Lawless

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Ethiopia struggling to cope with South Sudanese refugee influx

See on Scoop.it – Africa: The Mother Continent With around 1,000 South Sudanese refugees streaming into the Gambela Region of western Ethiopia every week, relief workers and agencies warn of an imminent humanitarian crisis as camps reach capacity and assistance … Continue reading

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Calls for a ceasefire in the war on drugs

See on Scoop.it – Pan African Black on Black Despite growing acknowledgement that the war on drugs has failed, global consensus on the way forward remains elusive. Nevertheless, some detect a “paradigm shift” among many players at the forefront of … Continue reading

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Palo: African Ritual in Cuba – Photo essay from Cuba

See on Scoop.it – World Spirituality and Religion Palo, the Afro-Cuban religious ritual, worships natural powers and spirits and works with magical symbols. Photo essay from Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. See on jansochor.com

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Brent Stirton

See on Scoop.it – Pan African Black on Black Brent Stirton is a world renowned photographer based in New York. His award-winning work has been widely recognized for its powerful depiction of issues related to conflict, and environmental issues. See … Continue reading

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10 Modern Humanitarian Disasters The World Is Ignoring – Listverse

See on Scoop.it – Pan African Black on Black When a crisis happens, most of us first hear about it on the news, but not every crisis is reported equally. While the carnage in Syria and the situation i See … Continue reading

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allAfrica.com: InFocus » Will Rapists Avoid Jail in Mozambique?

See on Scoop.it – Africa: The Mother Continent allAfrica: African news and information for a global audience The Divine Prince ‘s insight: Or will you continue to be obsessed with the private lives of consenting adults?! See on allafrica.com

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