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Ghana world’s 14th top performing economy

Ghana world’s 14th top performing economy | History | Scoop.it
“ Ghana is ranked 14th among the world’s 20 fastest growing countries for 2013, according to research conducted by the Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU), an independent business within The Economist (RT @NipseyHussle: #Eritrea The third fastest...”
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The American Way of Poverty: As Inequality Hits Record High, Sasha Abramsky on the Forgotten Poor

http://www.democracynow.org - A new study shows that income inequality in America is at a record high. According to an analysis of tax filings, the income ga...”
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Leadership Lessons from MLKjr

Leadership Lessons from MLKjr | History | Scoop.it
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a leader who, like Mahatma Gandhi before him, and Nelson Mandela after him, showed us the way from weakness and division to strength in unity. On this, the U.S. holiday celebrating his life and legacy, I present you with ten of his extraordinary thoughts on leadership:
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London

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“ This EFL lesson plan is designed around a short film by Simon Smith who recaptured the shots of London taken by Claude Friese-Greene in 1927. Students talk about what they know about London,...”
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The Archaeology News Network: Fragmentary Ancestors: Figurines from Koma Land, Ghana at the University of Manchester Museum

The Archaeology News Network: Fragmentary Ancestors: Figurines from Koma Land, Ghana at the University of Manchester Museum | History | Scoop.it

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Not Just a Southern Thing: The Changing Geography of American Poverty

Not Just a Southern Thing: The Changing Geography of American Poverty | History | Scoop.it
“Thirty years ago, the states with the deepest poverty were all clustered in dixie. But the rest of the country has been playing catchup.”So how did poverty stop being a Southern specialty? You've had, deindustrialization in the Midwest and Northeast. And you've had fast growing Hispanic populations, which tend to be poorer, in California, Nevada, Arizona, and Colorado (as well as North Carolina and Georgia, which could explain their presence on the list above). Meanwhile, the Southeast has made some economic progress by attracting foreign manufacturing, among other efforts.
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Timeline

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The folks at ReadWriteThink are doing a nice job turning a number of their language-based web too...
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