Today -15th January- is the anniversary of Martin Luther Kings' birth. Since 1970, two years after his assassination, some states began to celebrate the anniversary of his birth and it was President Ronald Reagan who in November 1983 signed a law to issue the third Monday of January as a national holiday in honour of Martin Luther King. Inspired by this action......
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This year our remembrances should be dedicated not only to our beloved ones but also to the over a million people who have left their life because of Covid-19....Continue Reading
The relation of children with the online world is a sensitive issue as the impact of the “virtual reality” on children -whether seen as positive or negative- will project...Continue Reading
The fascinating work of human creativity is the theme of "The Runaway Species" that lead the readers through an intriguing journey that enlighten understanding and spark curiosity...Continue Reading