Brouwer traces the evolution of Cuba's health system that has led to Cuban-Venezuelan collaboration in providing health care for their people and medical assistance throughout the world.
"In 1945, Germany and Japan surrendered and World War II ended ... Our stories must be heard and remembered."
The history of sugar is a fascinating, complicated and ongoing journey that takes us through the brutal depths of slavery to the heights of resistance and abolition, to the ingenuity of invention from Hershey's milk chocolate to Brazil's biofuels.
"Once we die, all that remains are the remembrances of what we've done while we were here..." It is because of this belief that John Gilman felt compelled to put into his own words his life story - and quite a story it is.
This little 118-page booklet is the first time anybody has even tried to bring the facts of Frank Little's life and murder together.
Book review: Eric Foner's "The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery."
Stephen Hawking, one of the world's best known physicists and a great thinker-in-general, has written, after almost a ten year hiatus, a short new book that gives some surprising new answers to the ultimate questions of life.
Holocaust Remembrance Day just passed, and it got me thinking about memory and empathy.
Book Review: "Can They Do That? Retaking Our Fundamental Rights in the Workplace"
A review of "Simeon's Story, An Eyewitness Account of the Kidnapping of Emmett Till" and an interview with the author, Simeon Wright.