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A Treatise on the Patriarchal, or Co-operative System of Society

A Treatise on the Patriarchal, or Co-operative System of Society as it Exists in Some Governments and Colonies in America, and in the United States, Under the Name of Slavery, with its Necessity and Advantages was the first serious published defe ...

                                               

Door of No Return, Ouidah

The Door of No Return is a memorial arch in Ouidah, Benin. The concrete and bronze arch, which stands on the beach, is a memorial to the enslaved Africans who were taken from the slave port of Ouidah to the Americas. Several artists and designers ...

                                               

Elijah P. Lovejoy Monument

The Elijah P. Lovejoy Monument, also known as the Elijah Lovejoy Monument, Elijah Parrish Lovejoy Shaft, Lovejoy Monument, and Lovejoy State Memorial, is a memorial in the United States to the advocate of free speech and the abolition of slavery, ...

                                               

Monumento a la abolicion de la esclavitud

The Monumento la abolicion de la esclavitud is a monument at Parque de la Abolicion in Barrio Cuarto in Ponce, Puerto Rico, dedicated to the abolition of slavery in Puerto Rico in 1873. It is the only monument in the Caribbean dedicated as a reme ...

                                               

Elmina Castle

Elmina Castle was erected by the Portuguese in 1482 as Castelo de São Jorge da Mina, also known as Castelo da Mina or simply Mina in present-day Elmina, Ghana. It was the first trading post built on the Gulf of Guinea, and the oldest European bui ...

                                               

International Slavery Museum

The International Slavery Museum is a museum located in Liverpool, England that focuses on the history and legacy of the transatlantic slave trade. The museum which forms part of the Merseyside Maritime Museum, consists of three main galleries wh ...

                                               

National Museum of Slavery (Angola)

The National Museum of Slavery is located in Morro da Cruz, Luanda, Angola. The museum was founded in 1977 by the National Institute of Cultural Patrimony, with the objective of depicting the history of slavery in Angola. The museum adjoins the C ...

                                               

United States National Slavery Museum

In 2001 a non-profit organization was founded in Fredericksburg, Virginia, to raise funds and campaign to establish a national museum on slavery in America. On October 8, 2001, Richmond Mayor Douglas Wilder announced his intention to build a Nati ...

                                               

Whitney Plantation Historic District

The Whitney Plantation Historic District is a museum devoted to slavery in the Southern United States. The district, including the main house and outbuildings, is preserved near Wallace, in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, on the River Roa ...

                                               

Wilberforce House

Wilberforce House is the birthplace of William Wilberforce, the British politician, abolitionist and social reformer, located in the High Street, Kingston upon Hull, England. Like the nearby Blaydes House and Maister House, the building was forme ...

                                               

Boelcke-Kaserne concentration camp

Boelcke-Kaserne concentration camp was a subcamp of the Mittelbau-Dora concentration camp complex where prisoners were left to die after they became unable to work. It was located inside a former Luftwaffe barracks complex in Nordhausen, Thuringi ...

                                               

Kohnstein

The Kohnstein is a hill in Thuringia, Germany, 2 kilometres southwest of the village of Niedersachswerfen and 3 kilometres northwest of the centre of the town of Nordhausen. Gypsum mining created tunnels in the hill that were later used as a fuel ...

                                               

457 visa

In Australia, the 457 visa was the most common visa for Australian or overseas employers to sponsor skilled overseas workers to work temporarily in Australia. It has been abolished since 18 March 2018 by Turnbull government and replaced by anothe ...

                                               

H-1B1 visa

The H-1B1 visa is a variant of the H-1B visa in the United States for nationals of Singapore and Chile. The version for Singapore is called the H-1B1-Singapore and the version for Chile is called the H-1B1-Chile. These categories were introduced ...

                                               

H-2B visa

The H-2B visa nonimmigrant program permits employers to hire foreign workers to come temporarily to the United States and perform temporary nonagricultural services or labor on a one-time, seasonal, peakload or intermittent basis. The H-2B visa c ...

                                               

List of Australian WNBA players

The following is a chronological list of Australian players who have played at least one game in the Womens National Basketball Association. The list includes both past and present players. Active WNBA players are shown in bold.

                                               

List of foreign basketball players in Serbia

This is a list of mens foreign players that play or have played in the top league in basketball clubs from the territory of Serbia. In this list are included the foreign players that: Play or have played in the Serbian league system from 2006 unt ...

                                               

List of foreign NBA players

In the National Basketball Association, players born outside of the United States are often known as international players. Players who were born in U.S. overseas territories, such as Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands and Guam, are considered inte ...

                                               

Working holidays in Australia

Working holidays in Australia is a program that enables eligible young people aged between 18 and 30 years to visit Australia and to supplement their travel funds through incidental employment. Forms of working holiday visas and Working Holiday) ...

                                               

Lazzaroni (Naples)

In the Age of Revolution, the Lazzaroni of Naples were the poorest of the lower class in the city and kingdom of Naples, Italy. Described as "street people under a chief", they were often depicted as "beggars" - which some actually were, while ot ...

                                               

Navvy

Navvy, a shorter form of navigator or navigational engineer, is particularly applied to describe the manual labourers working on major civil engineering projects and occasionally to refer to mechanical shovels and earth moving machinery. The term ...

                                               

Pearly Kings and Queens

The practice of wearing clothes decorated with mother-of-pearl buttons is first associated with Henry Croft 1861-1930, an orphan street sweeper who collected money for charity. At the time, London costermongers street traders were in the habit of ...

                                               

Pitmatic

Pitmatic, also colloquially known as yakka ", is a dialect of English used in the counties of Northumberland and Durham in England. It developed as a separate dialect from other Northumbrian dialects such as Geordie partly due to the specialised ...

                                               

Big Flame (political group)

Big Flame was "a revolutionary socialist feminist organisation with a working-class orientation" in the United Kingdom. Founded in Liverpool in 1970, the group initially grew rapidly, with branches appearing in some other cities. Its publications ...

                                               

Feminist Fightback

Feminist Fightback is a feminist anti-capitalist activist collective based in the UK which developed out of conferences in 2006 and 2007. Feminist Fightback are considered part of what some have called a "resurgence of feminist activism" in the U ...

                                               

Mujeres Libres

Mujeres Libres was an anarchist womens organization in Spain that aimed to empower working class women. Initiated in 1936 by Lucia Sanchez Saornil, Mercedes Comaposada, and Amparo Poch y Gascon, it had approximately 30.000 members. The organizati ...

                                               

Independent Working Class Association

The Independent Working Class Association is a minor working-class political party in the United Kingdom that aims to promote the political and economic interests of the working class, regardless of the consequences to existing political and econ ...

                                               

Lambeth Walk

Lambeth Walk is a street in Lambeth, London, England, off Lambeth Road. It was at the heart of a working class residential area and there was a street market. The area was originally developed with wells and a recreation ground, with houses follo ...

                                               

Working Man Trilogy

The Working Man Trilogy is a landmark American gay pornographic trilogy released in the late 1970s. The films were created and directed by Tim Kincaid under the pseudonym Joe Gage, with Sam Gage serving as producer on all three. The series featur ...

                                               

Frog Hollow, Hartford, Connecticut

Frog Hollow is one of the neighborhoods of Hartford, Connecticut. It is a predominantly working-class residential area, bounded on the north by Capitol Avenue, the east by Lafayette Street, the south by Madison and Hamilton Streets, and on the we ...

                                               

Ledbetter Gardens, Dallas

Ledbetter Gardens is a small neighborhood in West Dallas, Texas, United States. Its boundaries are Canada Drive to the north, Bernal Drive to the south, Rupert Street on the east, and Pluto Street on the west. Westmoreland Road, Canada and Bernal ...

                                               

New York City draft riots

The New York City draft riots, known at the time as Draft Week, were violent disturbances in Lower Manhattan, widely regarded as the culmination of white working-class discontent with new laws passed by Congress that year to draft men to fight in ...

                                               

Organization for Black Struggle

Organization for Black Struggle is a St. Louis, Missouri-based activist organization founded in 1980. The organization seeks "political empowerment, economic justice and the cultural dignity of the African-American community, especially the Black ...

                                               

Revolutionary Anarchist Bowling League

The Revolutionary Anarchist Bowling League was an anarchist group, founded in 1987 and based in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The group gained notoriety when, in connection with a protest in Minneapolis against President Ronald Reagans announced i ...

                                               

Glenorchy, Tasmania

Glenorchy is a city near Hobart, in the state of Tasmania, Australia. Glenorchy is bound by the River Derwent to the east, Mount Wellington to the west, Hobart City to the south and Brighton to the north. The city officially begins at Creek Road ...

                                               

Karama, Northern Territory

The suburb of Karama is named after an Aboriginal tribe. Karama is an established residential area in Darwins northern suburbs built in the period from the late 1970s to the early 1980s. The suburb is predominantly made up of residents of low soc ...

                                               

Lynwood, Western Australia

Lynwood was first settled by Henry Willett of Willett & Co, who was granted Canning Location 21 on the Canning River which included nearby Parkwood and settled in the area in June 1832. In November 1964, the Shire of Canning proposed the names "B ...

                                               

Anjos do Arrabalde

Anjos do Arrabalde is a 1987 Brazilian drama film directed by Carlos Reichenbach. The film won several awards at the 1987 Gramado Film Festival, including award for best actress for Betty Faria, co-won with Zeze Motta on Night Angels and best fil ...

                                               

Bandini (film)

Bandini is a 1963 Hindi drama film directed and produced by Bimal Roy, the man who directed classics such as Do Bigha Zameen and Devdas. Bandini stars Nutan, giving one of the finest performances of her career, along with Ashok Kumar and Dharmend ...

                                               

Beyond the Street

Beyond the Street is a 1929 German silent drama film directed by Leo Mittler and starring Lissy Arna, Paul Rehkopf, and Fritz Genschow. The film is in the Weimar tradition of "street films", which examined the lower-depths of society, and has bec ...

                                               

Bolivia (film)

Bolivia is a 2001 Argentine and Dutch drama film directed by Israel Adrian Caetano, his first feature-length film. The screenplay is written by Caetano, based upon the Romina Lafranchini story, about his wife. The motion picture features Freddy F ...

                                               

El Bonaerense

El bonaerense is a 2000 Argentine, Chilean, French, and Dutch drama film. It was directed and produced by Pablo Trapero. The screenplay was a joint effort of Nicolas Gueilburt, Ricardo Ragendorfer, Dodi Shoeuer, Pablo Trapero, and actor Daniel Va ...

                                               

Born Equal

Born Equal is a television film produced for the BBC. Written and directed by BAFTA award-winning Dominic Savage, it stars Colin Firth, Robert Carlyle, David Oyelowo, Anne-Marie Duff and Emilia Fox, and explores aspects of poverty, race, inequali ...

                                               

A Boy Called Dad

A Boy Called Dad is a British feature film, produced by Made Up North Productions. It is the feature film debut of director Brian Percival, screenwriter Julie Rutterford, and producers Michael Knowles and Stacey Murray, and co-producer Mark John. ...

                                               

Cherry Tree Lane

In a house at Cherry Tree Lane, distant couple Christine Rachael Blake and Mike Tom Butcher are eating dinner while their son, Sebastian, is out at football practice. When the doorbell rings and Christine goes to answer it, the couple is attacked ...

                                               

The City (1998 film)

The City is a 1998 American neo-realist film written and directed by David Riker, his first feature film, and shot in gritty black-and-white film stock. The drama features actor Joseph Rigano and, in neo-realist fashion, an ensemble cast of non-p ...

                                               

Civil Brand

Civil Brand is a 2002 feature film written by Preston A. Whitmore II and Joyce Renee Lewis, and directed by Neema Barnette. It features Da Brat, NBushe Wright, Mos Def, LisaRaye McCoy, and Monica Calhoun. The film is about a group of female inmat ...

                                               

Come Home and Meet My Wife

Romanzo popolare is a 1974 Italian comedy drama film directed by Mario Monicelli. The film won the David di Donatello for Best Script.

                                               

Crane World

Crane World is a 1999 Argentine film, written and directed by Pablo Trapero. The film was produced by Lita Stantic and Pablo Trapero. It features Luis Margani, Adriana Aizemberg, Daniel Valenzuela, among others. The movie was partly funded by Arg ...

                                               

Dakhal

Dakhal is a 1981 Indian Bengali film directed by Gautam Ghose, with Mamata Shankar, Robin Sen Gupta, Sunil Mukherjee and Sujal Roy Chowdhury in lead roles. The film is about a woman belonging to nomadic tribe from Andhra Pradesh, known as crow hu ...