Welcome to 2016, I remember wishing us all a fulfilling 2015, I do hope it was so. Mine was such a bumpy ride, thank goodness I’m still here because it was fulfilling in sum.
Thanks for reading, dropping your views, following and sharing posts from the blog. 2016 will be more educating, exciting and informative.
I’m sorry the blog was not well nourished in 2015, however, I hope to mend that this year. Be sure to read wonderful and topical posts from all categories of this blog and amazingly new ones especially ‘Historicising different aspect of human life and its developmental role’.
‘All be conscious of your past, for a better future’
August 7, 1904
Ralph Bunche, born this day in Detroit, spent a remarkable life in vigorous service to academia, his community, the nation and the world.
Head of the Howard University Political Science Department for over twenty years, he was one of the first African Americans to hold a key position at the U.S. State Department. He went on to the United Nations and served as its mediator on Palestine. He was the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize for negotiating the 1948 armistice agreements between Israel and the Arab states. He worked with Martin Luther King in the civil rights struggles of the ‘50s and ’60s.