Einstein’s Moral Imperative on “The Common Language of Science”

Einstein’s Moral Imperative on “The Common Language of Science” By Max Eternity The more I learn about Albert Einstein, the more I see how terribly represented he has been throughout history.  The general impression I’ve been given about Einstein, whether in the classroom or casual conversation, usually falls into two camps: that he was an …

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Holiday Delight in Atlanta

While in Atlanta for the holidays visiting family and friends, someone asked if I would decorate and stage their front lawn for Christmas. I’ve always loved holiday lights, so I said yes. The outcome included a lighted set of 4 life-sized deer, including 2 gift-filled sleighs. And since the yard was quite large, to transition …

Africa Remains Colonized

From my latest article "Africa Remains Colonized": A year ago when I decided to begin research for my book Beyond Oppression: Colonization and the Language of Heroes, I was thinking about how to write a cohesive narrative speaking to the colonization of American Indians, and Africans.  It didn’t take long for me to realize that …