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Dans un Kenya futuriste, Asha, une jeune scientifique se décide à quitter lentourage confiné de la ville a la recherche dune Utopie verte.  La nature sest éteinte. Asha vit et travaille comme conservatrice de musée dans lune des communautés confinées dans un espace clos. Lorsquelle reçoit une boîte contenant du terreau, elle y plante une gr...

Dans un Kenya futuriste, Asha, une jeune scientifique se décide à quitter lentourage confiné de la ville a la recherche dune Utopie verte. La nature sest éteinte. Asha vit et travaille comme conservatrice de musée dans lune des communautés confinées dans un espace clos. Lorsquelle reçoit une boîte contenant du terreau, elle y plante une gr...

HQ Documentary: Nature's Secret's, a profound consciousness or awareness that bonds all things together. The Secret Life of Plants is a Book written by Peter...

HQ Documentary: Nature's Secret's, a profound consciousness or awareness that bonds all things together. The Secret Life of Plants is a Book written by Peter...

Kara Walker was born in Stockton, California, in 1969. She received a BFA from the Atlanta College o...

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A quick textual overview of the Harlem Renaissance (1917-1935) from PBS. A good starting point for student research. Is part of the PBS series "Jim Crow Stories." | #history #US #American

A quick textual overview of the Harlem Renaissance (1917-1935) from PBS. A good starting point for student research. Is part of the PBS series "Jim Crow Stories." | #history #US #American

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1785 – 1851 John James Audubon channeled a passionate interest in birds and their environment into a new way of depicting wildlife, and became one the of the great artists of the 19th century in the process. His audacious work, depicting every North American bird species, exemplified the new country’s pioneer spirit, and his name continues to represent a love for the wilderness.

The Feds attempted to set me up by placing a copy of this video at the MLK Jr. Library on Sunday,  I didn't take the bait but wanted to tell you that and share the movie with you.  The Spook Who Sat by the Door (1973)

The Feds attempted to set me up by placing a copy of this video at the MLK Jr. Library on Sunday, I didn't take the bait but wanted to tell you that and share the movie with you. The Spook Who Sat by the Door (1973)

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Legendary artist Jacob Lawrence in his days as a Coastguardsman on March 27, 1945 in Boston. He was at the Institute of Modern Art in Boston for a showing of his paintings (he is shown with one of his most famous works, “Ironers,” a gouache on paper from 1943. Photo: Bettman/Corbis

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