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Jardins verticais: o look ideal para as suas paredes - Lisboa

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Fusion Lake Resort: Salas de jantar  por Wonder Wall - Jardins Verticais e Plantas Artificiais,Moderno

Os jardins verticais surgem como uma forma de podermos desfrutar das plantas em todo o tipo de ambientes e de locais, e de emprestar vida às paredes de espaços particulares e públicos (cafés, restaurantes, hotéis, entre outros).

Nas grandes cidades, em particular, nem sempre é fácil a criação de - chamemos-lhes assim - jardins tradicionais. Uma forma de contornar o problema passa, precisamente, por tirar partido das superfícies verticais. Reconhecemos que é uma ideia que, à primeira vista, parece rebuscada. Afinal de contas, como se instala e mantém um jardim na vertical? No entanto, estamos aqui para lhe dar a conhecer as mais engenhosas soluções e, eventualmente, retirar o estigma ainda associado às mesmas.

Hoje, damos-lhe a conhecer sete projectos da Wonder Wall, uma empresa fundada em 2015 "que se dedica à comercialização e instalação de plantas e jardins verticais artificiais". A empresa detém a "exclusividade da comercialização dos painéis ultra-realistas Vistagreen® para Portugal, Angola, Moçambique, Cabo Verde e Brasil e tem como principal propósito "proporcionar a sensação de um jardim natural em espaços cujas características não o permitem", seja porque as condições de luz não são adequadas, as infra-estruturas de água e electricidade caras, ou porque uma manutenção permanente se revela complicada.

Mas uma imagem diz mais do que mil palavras, por isso venha conhecer alguns projectos levados a cabo pela Wonder Wall e as vantagens dos jardins verticais.


          

Boggi Milano compie 80 anni e rinnova lo storico negozio milanese di San Babila

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Dopo gli opening di Barcellona, Düsseldorf, Venezia e Parigi (il quarto negozio nella capitale francese), l'etichetta italiana di abbigliamento maschile annuncia la riapertura del suo storico flagship store milanese al civico numero 3 di piazza San Babila.

Il marchio fondato nel 1939 in una piccola sartoria, compie 80 anni e lancia un nuovo retail concept fatto di nuovi servizi, tecnologie e design.

Boggi Milano ha recentemente inaugurato nuovi store a Barcellona, Düsseldorf, Venezia e Parigi

Sviluppato su due livelli all’interno dell’imponente Palazzo del Toro, il negozio ospita tutte le collezioni Boggi Milano, dall’easy formal al formal, su una superficie di circa 450 metri quadri. In posizione angolare, il flagship si caratterizza di 8 vetrine che si affacciano sulle due shopping street coperte: 2 vetrine racchiudono l’ingresso principale sul porticato della piazza e 6 vetrine l’ingresso secondario sul percorso laterale. In termini di layout, al piano terra, la linea easy formal, l’area denim, accessori e camiceria. Al primo piano, invece, anche la linea formal.

Nello store sono presenti i servizi omnichannel. I monitor dalla tecnologia touch sono a parete e permettono al cliente di navigare sull’ecommerce offrendo un’esperienza omnichannel: Click & collect, che consente ai consumatori di ordinare online e ritirare nel negozio. Reserve in store permette, invece, al cliente di ordinare online e selezionare il negozio di prova a lui più comodo, specificando la data e la fascia oraria della sua visita. Order in store consente di selezionare e ordinare il prodotto in negozio, e poi ricevere a casa o in qualsiasi altro negozio della rete.

"Il nuovo design punta a rinnovare e modernizzare il marchio verso un pubblico sempre più internazionale, senza dimenticare lo stile e la tradizione italiana. Gli spazi sono essenziali e progettati per essere più ampi, ariosi e armoniosi. La palette colori è ravvivata dalle nuove tonalità di ocra e agave, dal pavimento in marmo nero venato di bianco e dall’uso di nuovi arredi di design con elementi tecnologici integrai", ha siegato il management in una nota.

Novità assoluta, è la presenza di un angolo permanente dedicato al su misura, Il servizio è già presente in versione permanente in selezionate boutique del brand e itinerante nelle altre piazze con trunk show dedicati. Oltre a San Babila, il servizio è recentemente stato lanciato anche nei flagship store di Barcellona, inaugurato lo scorso 26 settembre, e Düsseldorf, inaugurato il 19 settembre.

Il marchio conta oltre 190 negozi in 38 Paesi e oltre 1.000 dipendenti.

Foto: Boggi Milano, dall'ufficio stampa


          

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Barangolás a Székelyföldön . : Kovászna megye (térkép melléklettel) - Jelenlegi ára: 1 600 Ft

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CuboCasa.it - casa indipendente vendita San Paolo di Civitate

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Scuola - Problema svolto con applicazione del M.C.D.: come piastrellare una superficie col minor numero possibile di piastrelle? (NaturaMatematica)

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Acqua Città Sant’Angelo oggi, interruzione erogazione: orari e zone interessate

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Sospensione dell’erogazione di acqua a Città Sant’Angelo: gli orari e le zone interessate. Il Comune riferisce infatti una comunicazione da parte di Aca nella quale si annuncia una sospensione idrica in alcune zone della città angolana in provincia di Pescara. Per quanto riguarda le cause, all’origine della chiusura lavori di riparazione sull’adduttrice. Passando invece a giorni […]

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CC109821632 Roma (RM) Appartamento in Vendita

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IN PICCOLA PALAZZINA CON SOLO TRE APPARTAMENTI, APPARTAMENTO POSTO AL PRIMO PIANO ANGOLARE, LA RISTRUTTURAZIONE E` STATA EFFETTUATA DA CIRCA QUATTRO ANNI, ANCHE L`INTERNO DELL`ANDRONE CONDOMINIALE E`...
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Lépéselőny - Tanulj meg tanulni! Tanulási stratégia a vidám diákévekhez - Jelenlegi ára: 1 490 Ft

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Lépéselőny - Tanulj meg tanulni! Tanulási stratégia a vidám diákévekhez
Lantos Mihály
Lehet, hogy nem úgy használjuk az agyunkat, ahogyan az a legjobban működni képes?
Nem aknázzuk ki a benne rejlő lehetőségeket? Lantos Mihály, a Villámolvasás a gyakorlatban című sikerkönyv szerzője, tanulás-módszertani tréner, egyetemi oktató megtanítja, hogy használjuk az elménket úgy, ahogyan az a legeredményesebben működik! Nem mutat semmi újat, csak emlékeztet bennünket arra, hogy milyen az, amikor a tanulás élmény! Ezt a módszert elsajátítva bármely korosztály élvezni fogja a tanulást és tudását.
Tartalomjegyzék 
Előszó 9Bevezető 10Hogyan olvasd ezt a könyvet?  13Miért fontos a jó tanulási módszer?  15Miért
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?  17Mi kell a módszer elsajátításához?  18A probléma alapjai 22A memóriatárak 25Az agyféltekék 31Bekapcsoló technikák 40
Bekapcsoló technikák, első kör
 40
Vágyak, célok 
 45
A komfortzóna
 49
Lazítás
 56
A pozitív gondolkodás
 63
A képzelet
 73
Az elmetérképezés
 76
Frissesség
 81
 Tanulási szokások 
 98Elköszönés és összegzés 121Felhasznált irodalom 122Mellékletek 125
Előszó
Érdeklődve vettem kézbe Lantos Misi könyvét, és igen, kicsitszkeptikusan is – ahogyan ő is javasolta. Féltem, hogy olyantanácsot akar adni, aminek köze sincs a valósághoz, amivalamiféle „ hókuszpókusz”. Kellemesen csalódtam: ez a könyvújból reményt adott arra, hogy megint elindulhatunk az értőés a tudás örömével eltöltő tanulás útján. Ehhez ad hasznos, praktikus ötleteket a szerző, aki nem ígér csodát, de meggyőzafelől, hogy képesek vagyunk a siker elérésére. A könyvben leírtak egy része szinte magától értetődőnektűnhet az olvasó számára, hiszen elméletileg tudjuk, hogyankell ráhangolódni a tanulásra,  megteremteni hozzá a megfelelőkörülményeket, értelmezni az olvasottakat – de ha kezünketa szívünkre tesszük, megvallhatjuk: nem biztos, hogy ígycsináljuk. Ez a könyv nemcsak arról szól, hogy milyen a javasolttanulási stratégia, hanem gyakorlatok, feladatok segítségévelvalóban elvezet minket az értő tanuláshoz. Egy kis pihenést, lazítást követően arra biztatom az olvasót, hogy lépjen ki komfortzónájából, olvassa el ezt a könyvet, próbálja ki a gyakorlatokat és élvezze az ismeretszerzés, atanulás örömét. Kívánom, hogy ne kötelező, „ nemszeretem” tevékenységként jelenjen meg életünkben a tanulás – ehhezad egy kis segítséget egykori tanítványom, Lantos Misi.
Dr. Hegedűs Judit PhD
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BIOENERGETIC Kiadó Kft
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Kötés: puhatáblás ragasztott
ISBN: 9789632913094
Nyelv: Magyar
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Politically incorrect anthropology

I have been reading about Napoleon Chagnon for many years now.  I wrote about his findings as early as 2003. So I was pleased to see a recent comprehensive summary of his work in Quillette

As I learned myself by working in two academic departments that covered anthropology, anthropologists are the most Lefist discipline in the social sciences -- and that is saying something.  Chagnon, however, was simply interested in reality and was one of the most committed anthropologists ever.  He spent years living among the people he described -- under conditions that few modern men could endure. So he knew what he was talking about.  Below is a brief excerpt from the Quillette article.  As you can see, his findings went right against the old Leftist claim that man was naturally good and kind but had been corrupted by modern civilization:



In 1966, Chagnon began working with the geneticist James Neel. Neel had had managed to convince the Atomic Energy Commission to fund a genetic study of an isolated population and was able to pay Chagnon a salary to assist his research there. Neel’s team took blood samples from the Yanomamö, and began administering the Edmonston B vaccine when they discovered that the Yanomamö had no antibodies to the measles. In some ways, the Yanomamö sounded like something out of any anthropology textbook—they were patrilineal and polygamous (polygyny); like other cultures around the world, they carved a position for the levirate—a man who married his dead brother’s wife; they had ceremonial roles and practised ritual confinement with taboos on food and sex. But sometimes this exotic veneer would be punctured by their shared humanity, particularly their mischievous sense of humour.

But for all their jocularity, Chagnon found that up to 30 percent of all Yanomamö males died a violent death. Warfare and violence were common, and duelling was a ritual practice, in which two men would take turns flogging each other over the head with a club, until one of the combatants succumbed. Chagnon was adamant that the primary causes of violence among the Yanomamö were revenge killings and women. The latter may not seem surprising to anyone aware of the ubiquity of ruthless male sexual competition in the animal kingdom, but anthropologists generally believed that human violence found its genesis in more immediate matters, such as disputes over resources. When Chagnon asked the Yanomamö shaman Dedeheiwa t0 explain the cause of violence, he replied, “Don’t ask such stupid questions! Women! Women! Women! Women! Women!” Such fights erupted over sexual jealousy, sexual impropriety, rape, and attempts at seduction, kidnap and failure to deliver a promised girl.

Internecine raids and attacks often involved attempts by a man or group to abduct another’s women. “The victim is grabbed by her abductors by one arm, and her protectors grab the other arm. Then both groups pull in opposite directions,” Chagnon learned. In one instance, a woman’s arms were reportedly pulled out of their sockets: “The victim invariably screams in agony, and the struggle can last several long minutes until one group takes control of her.” Although one in five Yanomamö women Chagnon interviewed had been kidnapped from another village, some of these women were grateful to find that their new husbands were less cruel than their former ones. The treatment of Yanomamö women could be particularly gruesome, and Chagnon had to wrestle with the ethical dilemmas that confront anthropologists under such circumstances—should he intervene or remain an observer? Men frequently beat their wives, mainly out of sexual jealousy, shot arrows into them, or even held burning sticks between their legs to discourage the possibility of infidelity. On one occasion, a man bludgeoned his wife in the head with firewood and in front of an impassive audience. “Her head bounced off the ground with each ruthless blow, as if he were pounding a soccer ball with a baseball bat. The head-man and I intervened at that point—he was killing her.” Chagnon stitched her head back up. The woman recovered but she subsequently dropped her infant into a fire as she slept, and was later killed by a venomous snake. Life in the Amazon could be nasty, brutish, and short.

Chagnon would make more than 20 fieldwork visits to the Amazon, and in 1968 he published Yanomamö: The Fierce People, which became an instant international bestseller. The book immediately ignited controversy within the field of anthropology. Although it commanded immense respect and became the most commonly taught book in introductory anthropology courses, the very subtitle of the book annoyed those anthropologists, who preferred to give their monographs titles like The Gentle Tasaday, The Gentle People, The Harmless People, The Peaceful People, Never in Anger, and The Semai: A Nonviolent People of Malaya.

The stubborn tendency within the discipline was to paint an unrealistic façade over such cultures—although 61 percent of Waorani men met a violent death, an anthropologist nevertheless described this Amazonian people as a “tribe where harmony rules,” on account of an “ethos that emphasized peacefulness.”  Anthropologists who considered such a society harmonious were unlikely to be impressed by Chagnon’s description of the Yanomamö as “The Fierce People,” where “only” 30 percent of males died by violence. The same anthropologist who had ascribed a prevailing ethos of peace to the Waoroni later accused Chagnon, in the gobbledygook of anthropological jargon, of the “projection of traditional preconceptions of the Western construction of Otherness.”

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Britain looks to Australia on immigration as it seeks to 'end the free movement of people'

Britain's government says it is moving ahead with plans to adopt an Australian-style points-based immigration system.

Addressing supporters at the Conservative party conference in Manchester, British Home Secretary Priti Patel said the government is working hard to make it happen. "I have a particular responsibility when it comes to taking back control: It is to end the free movement of people once and for all," she said to rounds of applause.

"Instead we will introduce an Australian-style points-based immigration system."

Immigration officials in Australia assess skilled worker visa applications awarding points for proficiency in English, work experience and age. The screening system was first rolled out in 1979 and has in the years since been adjusted to better consider the preferences of employers.

Last month, Ms Patel wrote to the Migration Advisory Committee asking it to review if Australia’s points-based migration system could work in Britain. The committee has been asked to report back by January.

Ms Patel said she believes leaving the EU will provide Britain with a "once in a lifetime opportunity" to change the country's immigration system for the better.

"One that works in the best interest of Britain. One that attracts and welcomes the brightest and the best. One that supports the brilliant scientists, the finest academics and the leading people in their fields. And one that is under the control of the British government."

Canada and New Zealand have also adopted a points-style system for skilled migration.

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Adults 'fail by giving in to trans teenagers'

Adults fail in their duty to children if they just give in to the "instant gratification" demands of transgender teenagers who protest they cannot wait until 18 for irreversible sex-reassignment surgery, clinical psychologist Paul Stevenson says.

Mr Stevenson, well known for helping trauma victims after the Bali and Jakarta terror bombings of the 2000s, said psychologists should not "disenfranchise" parents of trans teens, nor "drive a wedge" between child and family. He was commenting on a submission by the Australian Psychological Society that doctors should be able to go ahead with under-16 trans surgery, with both parents opposed and no mandatory counselling for the adolescent, as long as the clinicians were "competent" in assessing the teen's capacity to make the decision.

The APS claims 24,000 members but Mr Stevenson said his breakaway body, the Australian Association of Psychologists Inc, had picked up 2000 new members in the past year, taking the total to 8000, partly because of discontent with the APS.

The AAPi appears to be the first health or medical pro-fessional body in Australia to go public with scepticism about the "child-led" affirmation approach to trans, which critics say discourages thorough investigation of a young patient's history and too readily puts them on a path to risky medical treatment, including puberty-blocker drugs, cross-sex hormones and surgery, such as mastectomy for trans boys.

Gender clinicians claim children are experts in their identity and going along with their transition is best for mental health. Mr Stevenson said the sudden decision of a teen to come out as trans brought grief and stress not just to parents but to the extended family, and for everyone's long-term interests the crucial relationship between teen and parent had to be supported.

 "Psycholo-gists are not in the business of splitting up families," he said. He said the teenage years brought rapid and confusing development, and conflict with parents. Some neuroscience studies suggested the decision-making brain might not fully mature until a person reached their 30s, making it unwise to allow teens under 18 to consent to irreversible medical treatment.

"We've got to help parents get their children through this period of time when the (teenager's) frontal lobe is 'out for renovations'," he said. "Parents are the best-placed people to get their kids through this, we shouldn't be driving wedges between them."

Some parents have reported a pattern of teenagers, typically girls, suddenly declaring trans status with scripted lines from social media about the immediate need for hormones to stop them committing suicide.

Mr Stevenson said suicidal ideas — like any other mental health issues —should be treated directly. Flinders University's Damien Riggs, co-author of the APS submission, claims it is "scientifically, incorrect" to suggest social media or peer pressure might influence a trans teenager's stated identity. He has argued that Medicare should fund a trans mastectomy just as it does for a healthy woman with a genetic risk of breast cancer.

Online forums suggest trans mastectomy costs about $10,000. Dr Riggs, who won a $694,514 federal grant to study "family diversity", is cited as an authority in the 2018 treatment standards for children and adolescents issued by the gender clinic at the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne (which does no trans surgery).

Yesterday, the APS said the courts already allowed trans surgery for patients under 18. Where parents opposed it, "minors should have the right to access the opinion and guidance of suitably qualified medical professionals, including psychologists".

From "The Australian" of 4 Oct., 2019






What ‘The Times’ Got Wrong About Slavery in America

The New York Times recently drew a lot of attention for its “1619 Project” initiative, which has been criticized for misrepresenting the role of the slave trade as the central core to the development of the United States. The Times “aims to reframe the country’s history, understanding 1619 as our true founding, and placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the very center of the story we tell ourselves about who we are.

The project name purportedly refers to the date the first African slaves were brought to the English colonies that later became the United States. Like much else in the Times’ version of the role of slavery in American history, even the project name is rooted in distortion. Although the institution of slavery is a stain on national history, the true story is much more complex than the Times represents, and the United States plays a role both as a country that exploited the slave trade as well as a leader in the movement to end the African slave trade, and was not the primary instigator or beneficiary of the brutal trade.

1619 was not, in fact, the date of the first African slaves in the English colonies — those Africans were brought in under indenturement contracts, not bought as slaves. They were contracted to a fixed period of labor (typically five years) to pay for the cost charged by the Dutch slavers, at which point they were freed with a payment of a start-up endowment.

Indenturement Contracts, Not Slaves

This was not unusual or limited to Africans – approximately half of the 500,000 European immigrants to the thirteen colonies prior to 1775 paid for their passage with indenturement contracts. Anthony Johnson, a black Angolan, was typical – he entered Virginia as an indentured servant in 1621, became a free man after the term of his contract, acquired land, and became among the first actual slaveholders in the colonies.

The first actual African slave in the colonies was John Punch, an indentured servant sentenced to slavery in 1640 in Virginia by the General Court of the Governor’s Council for having violated his indenturement contract by fleeing to Maryland. In 1641, the Massachusetts Assembly passed the first statutory law allowing slavery of those who were prisoners of war, sold themselves into slavery, or were sentenced to slavery by the courts, but banning it under other circumstances.

Early slavery, like indenturement contracts, was not specifically targeted at those of African descent. The Massachusetts law was primarily intended to allow slavery of captured Indians in the aftermath of King Phillip’s War. The 1705 Virginia Slave Codes, for example, declared as slaves those purchased from abroad who were not Christian. A Christian African entering the colony, for example, would not be a slave — but a captured American Indian who was not a Christian would be.

Black vs. Black

Ironically, a freed black man initiated the court case that moved slavery to a race-based institution. The Angolan immigrant Anthony Johnson was the plaintiff is a key civil case, where the Northampton Court in 1654 declared after the expiration of the indenturement contract of his African servant John Casor that Johnson owned Casor “for life,” nullifying the protections of the contract for the servant and essentially establishing the civil precedent for the enslavement of all African indentured servants by declaring that a contract for such servants extended for life, rather than the fixed term in the contract.

It was not until 1662 that the children of such slaves became legally slaves rather than free men, in a law passed in Virginia. The African slave trade itself was minor until King Charles II established the Royal African Company with a monopoly on the slave trade to the colonies. As late as 1735, the Colony of Georgia passed a law outlawing slavery, which was repealed due to a labor shortage in 1750. The boom in the import of slaves actually began around 1725, with half of all imported slaves arriving between then and the onset of the American Revolution in 1775.

Relatively speaking, the United States was a minor player in the African Slave Trade — only about 5% of the Africans imported to the New World came to the United States. Of the 10.7 million Africans who survived the ocean voyage, a mere 388,000 were shipped directly to North America. The largest recipients of imported African slaves were Brazil, Cuba. Jamaica, and the other Caribbean colonies. The lifespan of those brought into what is now the United States vastly exceeded those of the other 95%, and the United States was the only purchaser of African slaves where population grew naturally in slavery – the death rate among the rest was higher than the birth rate.

While the institution, even in the United States was a brutal violation of basic human rights, it tended on average to be far more humane than in the rest of the New World.

The World Slave Trade

The Trans-Saharan and Indian Ocean African slave trade, which began by Arabs as early as the 8th Century AD, dwarfed the Trans-Atlantic slave trade and continued up to the 20th Century. Between the start of the Atlantic Slave Trade and 1900, it is estimated that the eastern-bound Arab slave traders sold over 17 million Africans into slavery in the Middle East and India, compared to about 12 million to the new world – and the Eastern-bound slave trade had been ongoing for at least 600 years at the START of that period.

The Western-bound Atlantic slave trade, contrary to the misrepresentation in “Roots,” did not involve the capture of free Africans by Europeans or Arabs, but by the trading of slaves (already a basis for the economy of the local animist or Muslim kingdoms) captured in local wars to Western merchants in exchange for Western goods. The first such slaves brought to the Western Hemisphere were brought by the Spanish to their colonies in Cuba and Hispaniola in 1501, almost a century and a half before the first slave in the English colonies that became the United States.

The last African state to outlaw slavery, Mauritania, did not do so until 2007, and if the institution is illegal on the continent de jure, it still is widespread de facto in Mauritania, Chad, Mali, Niger, and Sudan, as well as parts of Ghana, Benin, Togo Gabon, Angola, South Africa, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, Cameroon, Libya, and Nigeria.

The contradictions slavery posed on the rebel colonies during the Revolution sparked a backlash against slavery and the slave trade. Colonel John Laurens, son of a large South Carolina slaveholder, noted the contradictions in 1776, stating that “I think we Americans at least in the Southern Colonies, cannot contend with a good Grace, for Liberty, until we shall have enfranchised our Slaves. How can we whose Jealousy has been alarm’d more at the Name of Oppression sometimes than at the Reality, reconcile to our spirited Assertions of the Rights of Mankind, the galling abject Slavery of our negroes. . . . If as some pretend, but I am persuaded more thro’ interest, than from Conviction, the Culture of the Ground with us cannot be carried on without African Slaves, Let us fly it as a hateful Country, and say ubi Libertas ibi Patria.”

The US Constitution Banned the Slave Trade in 1808

More shared that sentiment and the first law in the European world to outlaw the slave trade was, in fact, the US Constitution, which in 1787 banned the slave trade as of 1808. In Massachusetts, a 1783 court decision ended slavery, and all of the Northern States had passed emancipations laws by 1803. The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 outlawed slavery in territories north of the Ohio River. Other countries followed suit. Denmark-Norway banned the slave trade in 1803, but not slavery until 1848. Britain passed a law abolishing the slave trade in 1807, and enforced it with the Royal Navy, and abolished slavery itself in 1833.

In 1807, Congress passed legislation making the import of slaves to the United States a federal crime, and in 1820, Congress passed the Law on Slave Trade, which went beyond the British law in declaring slavers as pirates, punishable by death instead of mere fines – and the US Navy joined the Royal Navy in active interdiction of slave ships.

Economically, the institution of slavery, rather than develop the economy of the new nation, stunted its development. Although bonded labor, whether slave or indentured servant, clearly played an important role in developing a labor force in the early colonial days, its role in the advancement of the economy in the newly established country is questionable. Gavin Wright, in his classic book The Political Economy of the Cotton South, shows in fact that slavery hindered the development of the economy in those states where it remained legal. The artisans, tradesmen, and unskilled labor pool necessary for developing a thriving, diverse economy was discouraged by competition from bonded labor, and the slave-owning class showed little interest in such an economy.

How Slavery Stalled the Economy of the New Country

Increasingly, the economy came to be dominated by cotton monoculture, boosted by the invention of the cotton gin, and the value of the capital invested in slaves. In order to maintain the value of this capital investment, demand for slave labor needed to be maintained, which led to the slaveholding states demanding the opening of new lands for slave cultivation. Wright shows that, contrary to the assertions of many modern critics who try to claim that slavery was responsible for the development of the US economy and to the mistaken belief of secessionists prior to the Civil War, cotton was not King, but rather the greatest return from slaveholding was the capital increase from the reproduction of slaves.

Without new lands to be worked by the expanding slave population, the price of slaves would fall, and the wealth of the ruling classes in the Southern states would have plummeted. Thus, issues like the Wilmot Proviso or Kansas-Nebraska Act, which threatened to close off the expansion of lands to be worked by slaves, posed an existential threat to the wealth of the slaveholders. Meanwhile, unencumbered by the institution of slavery, those states that abolished the institution and emancipated existing slaves embraced other forms of generating wealth, including a manufacturing economy that rapidly outpaced that of the slave states. The Civil War was, in large part, won because the economy of free labor produced at rates that the economy of slave labor could not imagine. In fact, it was not until the abolishment of the Jim Crow laws preserving vestiges of the slave system that the economy of the New South truly began to take off.

While undoubtedly the issue of slavery and conflicts over its contradiction with the ideals of the new Republic shaped the political debates of the new country through the Civil War, it is going too far to assert that the slave trade and slavery were the central core of the development of the United States. Rather, it is more true to state that the ideals of the Anglo-Scottish Enlightenment and political beliefs shaped by the English Civil War and Glorious Revolution created an environment that exposed the immorality of slavery and established the political grounds for ending the slave trade, and eventually the institution of slavery in areas of Western European influence.

It was not a simple process, and required painful conflict to negotiate the conflicts and contradictions between the liberal ideal and the self-interest of those who owned human chattel, but ultimately rather than allow slavery to drive the growth of the nation, the new United States became a leader, along with their cousins in the Anglosphere, in the efforts to end the brutal and illiberal practice of slavery.

The New York Times does a disservice to its readers with the 1619 Project by presenting a simplistic and misleading story of the complex role that the institution of slavery played in the history of the United States, and it largely ignores the role that the underlying values of the Anglo-Scottish Enlightenment that undergird the new nation played in ending slavery and the slave trade.

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Political correctness is most pervasive in universities and colleges but I rarely report the  incidents concerned here as I have a separate blog for educational matters.

American "liberals" often deny being Leftists and say that they are very different from the Communist rulers of  other countries.  The only real difference, however, is how much power they have.  In America, their power is limited by democracy.  To see what they WOULD be like with more power, look at where they ARE already  very powerful: in America's educational system -- particularly in the universities and colleges.  They show there the same respect for free-speech and political diversity that Stalin did:  None.  So look to the colleges to see  what the whole country would be like if "liberals" had their way.  It would be a dictatorship.

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L’Associazione Fratres di Zapponeta, L’AVIS di Cerignola, il club Milan e il club Juventus Gianni Agnelli entrambi di Cerignola, superando qualsiasi divisione ideologica e “concorrenziale”, nel rispetto dei propri statuti, hanno deciso di unirsi per un quadrangolare di calcio, per diffondere insieme un obiettivo socialmente utile e fondamentale: il dono di sangue e derivati (un […]

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La lezione cinica di Trump

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Donald Trump non solo “scarica” i curdi, ma dà una precisa indicazione su quali sono le pietre angolari della sua agenda estera. Sia per quanto riguarda la Siria che per quanto riguarda altre crisi che in tutto il pianeta coinvolgono (direttamente o indirettamente) gli Stati Uniti. La serie di tweet con il cui il capo […]
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O poço Agogo1, descoberto em Março último no Bloco 15/06 no offshore angolano, inicia a produção comercial de petróleo a partir de Dezembro deste ano, anunciou nesta terça-feira, o presidente do Conselho de Administração da ENI, Claudi Descalzi. Claudi Descalzi falava à imprensa no final de uma audiência com o Presidente da República, João Lourenço,...

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Red Bull trás mega “Festival de Afro House” com seis Dj’s de países africanos

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Para celebrar os cinco anos de música, Red Bull está a realizar um festival que promete encher o corações dos angolanos de emoções durante dois dias (12 e 13) de Outubro. E para a ocasião, talento e a energia de mais de 25 astros do djing de países como Nigéria, África dos Sul, Angola, Quénia, Marrocos...

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Com apenas 10 anos, Juziandra Francisco inaugura primeira loja de Milkshakes de Angola

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O escritor angolano Ondjaki venceu o “Prémio Literário José Saramago 2013” com o romance “Os Transparentes”. Esta obra, que tem como pano de fundo a cidade de  Luanda nos dias de hoje, apresenta “uma história que é um prodígio da imaginação e um retrato social de uma riqueza surpreendente”.

 

Natural de Luanda,  Ondjaki é formado em Sociologia e doutorado em Estudos Africanos.

Este alto galardão surge, agora, depois de outras seis distinções no mundo da literatura.

Em 2000  recebeu a Menção Honrosa do Prémio António Jacinto por actu sanguíneu; em 2005, o Prémio António Paulouro pelo livro de contos E se amanhã o medo; em 2007, o Grande Prémio APE, por Os da minha rua; em 2010, o Prémio Jabuti (categoria juvenil) com AvóDezanove e o segredo do soviético. Em 2012, o Prémio Bissaya Barreto 2012; em 2013,  o Prémio Fundação Nacional do Livro Infantil e Juvenil (IBBY do Brasil) e hoje o Prémio Literário José Saramago 2013 com o romance Os transparentes.

 

 

“Ao lermos Os transparentes temos a sensação de estar a ler uma literatura inaugural. Sabemos que não é assim, que Angola tem grandes escritores e que muitos fazem do português em África um idioma sólido, versátil e belo, e que também Ondjaki faz parte de uma poderosa constelação que irá, sem dúvida, iluminar noites e dias. Os transparentes surge como o primeiro dia da criação, tal é a sua força e lucidez. Este romance, mágico e misteriosa, é cruzado por uma aparente ingenuidade, talvez a única maneira de descrever o país que se ama e contar um certo estado de coisas que não se pode deixar de notar, por causa desse mesmo amor. Os transparentes é um livro de Angola, sobre esta Angola e a sua forma de estar no mundo. E é, por certo, literatura”, refere Pilar del Rio, um dos elementos do júri, sobre a obra premiada.

 

O Prémio Literário José Saramago, criado em 1999 pela Fundação Círculo de Leitores, tem o valor de 25 mil euros e visa distinguir autores com obra publicada em português, e com idade não superior a 35 anos. Paulo José Miranda, José Luís Peixoto, Adriana Lisboa, Gonçalo M. Tavares, Valter Hugo Mãe, João Tordo e Andréa del Fuego são os autores, que já foram distinguidos com este galardão.

 

 

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Leya apanha boleia e oferece livros em transportes públicos

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Se apanhou de manhã algum transporte público, dentro da Grande Lisboa, possivelmente já recebeu "um presente" neste Dia Mundial do Livro.

 

O grupo Leya, desenvolvendo uma acção de marketing pioneira, está a distribuir, nos transportes públicos da Grande Lisboa, livros. No total serão distribuídas, durante o dia de hoje, 20 mil obras.

A iniciativa realiza-se, hoje, até às 19h30 nas linhas da Carris, da CP, da Transtejo e do Metro.

 

"Resolvemos assinalar o Dia Mundial do Livro de uma forma diferente", afirma José Menezes, director de Comunicação do Grupo Leya. Para José Menezes esta acção tem dois objectivos: distribuir livros aos utilizadores dos transportes públicos de Lisboa e permitir que os colaboradores do grupo Leya tenham contacto com os leitores. São 70 os funcionários da Leya que estão na rua a distribuir livros de todos os géneros literários, “tendo assim contacto directo com os leitores”.

 

O grupo Leya, que nasceu em 2008, pelas mãos do empresário Miguel Pais do Amaral, está presente em Portugal,  Angola, Brasil e Moçambique.  O grupo conta com 17 editoras.  

 

Conheça aqui onde pode receber um livro. E boas leituras!

  

23 de Abril 2013 – horários e locais da iniciativa

 

CP

Horário : 08h - 11h

Linha de Cascais

Linha de Sintra

Linha da Azambuja

Linha do Sado

 

METRO

Horários:  13h – 14h; 17h30 – 19h

Estação Cais do Sodré

Estação Marquês de Pombal

 

CARRIS

Horários : 13h – 14h ; 17h30 – 19h (interior dos veículos)

Carreiras: 15E (eléctrico), 728, 736 e 783

 

TRANSTEJO

Horário : 17h30 – 19h30 (salas de embarque)

Terminal Fluvial do Cais do Sodré                  

Terminal Fluvial do Terreiro do Paço           

 

 

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International Week 2019 realiza-se de 17 a 24 de outubro com inúmeras atividades

Altos representantes de 15 países dos quatro continentes vão ser recebidos nos Paços do Concelho de Vila Nova de Famalicão para a celebração de protocolos de colaboração com o município, no próximo dia 17 de outubro, no arranque da International Week 2019.

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O evento que decorre até dia 24, vai trazer à cidade comitivas internacionais de origens diversas, nomeadamente de Liverpool, Lille, Saint-Fargeau-Ponthierry, Givors, Arteixo entre outras cidades com as quais a cooperação é mais intensa. Estarão ainda presentes representantes do Perú, República Checa, Alemanha, Marrocos, China, Brasil, EUA, entre muitos outros. As comitivas serão compostas por eleitos locais, representantes institucionais, académicos, empresários, câmaras de comércio e indústria, bem como diplomatas com vista ao aprofundamento da cooperação institucional, cultural e económica.

Destaque ainda para a presença de um grupo numeroso de estudantes universitários, que procuram Famalicão para a realização de estágios empresariais, respondendo ao desafio da cidade na atração de talentos.

Isso mesmo explicou o vereador do pelouro da Internacionalização do município, Augusto Lima. Para o responsável municipal, o objetivo da International Week 2019 é “colocar Vila Nova de Famalicão no mundo, quer por via das relações económicas e culturais com vários países estrangeiros, quer por via dos imigrantes que estão a viver no concelho”.

Por isso, o evento envolve um conjunto alargado e diversificado de iniciativas, que abrangem não só a área económica, mas também cultural, desportiva e da juventude.

Um dos pontos altos será a sessão VNF Alliance, que está marcada para as 18h30, do dia 17, no Centro de Estudos Camilianos. A sessão marcará o reforço e a renovação do Manifesto VNF Alliance celebrado em 2018, com a adesão de mais 26 subscritores, que representam outros tantos embaixadores de Famalicão no mundo. Estes juntam-se às quase quatro dezenas de instituições, pessoas e empresas famalicenses que aderiram em 2018.

O objetivo do manifesto é promover internacionalmente as marcas identitárias, empresariais e culturais do território, bem como as oportunidades e o valor intrínseco dos seus recursos, entre outros.

Outro dos momentos altos do evento irá acontecer no dia 22 de outubro, com a receção no município “a cerca de 40 jovens oriundos das Universidades de Liverpool e Lille que vão conhecer as empresas de Famalicão através de visitas técnicas, tendo em vista a preparação de projetos de estágios”, como salientou Augusto Lima.

No dia 20, Famalicão integra o Congresso Mundial do Têxtil com uma iniciativa que vai decorrer no Palácio da Igreja Velha, em Vermoim. O evento que se realiza de 4 em 4 anos, decorre desta vez em Portugal e o município de Vila Nova de Famalicão é uma das entidades parceiras acolhendo a ação networking/ jantar, “uma oportunidade para projetar e dar visibilidade à marca Famalicão Cidade Têxtil e às empresas famalicenses da indústria Têxtil e do vestuário”, como referiu o vereador.

FESTA INTERCULTURAL DAS COMUNIDADES IMIGRANTES

Nem só de economia vive a International Week 2019 de Famalicão, a cultura e interculturalidade, a gastronomia, o lazer e o convívio também vão marcar presença.

Na Praça D. Maria II, bem no centro da cidade, vai decorrer nos dias 19 e 20 a Festa Intercultural com as comunidades imigrantes em Famalicão. São dois dias de festa com as tradições e cultura internacionais caraterísticas dos imigrantes que habitam no concelho. Entre as propostas há música da Ucrânia, poesia de Angola, dança de Cuba e do Brasil, entre muita mais animação.

Antes disso, nos dias 18 e 19, referência para o concerto musical com jovens artistas de Liverpool, no espaço cultural CRU situado na rua Alves Roçadas. São quatro projetos e propostas culturais protagonizadas por 4 jovens músicos de Liverpool que serão acolhidos na cidade durante 10 dias, em “residência artística”, sendo que nos dias 18 (22h00) e 19 (23h00) estes músicos vão realizar concertos abertos ao público no CRU.

Ao longo do dia 19, vai decorrer o Welcome Day Jovens Internacionais, onde através de um conjunto de visitas ao território e aos equipamentos culturais, desportivos e de lazer, bem como através de atividades de animação, pretende-se fazer o acolhimento aos Estudantes Estrangeiros que se encontram a realizar o seu percurso académico nas Universidades e Escolas Profissionais no concelho.

Destaque ainda para a iniciativa “Dias à Mesa”, que vai realizar-se em vários restaurantes do concelho entre 17 e 20 de outubro, com uma ementa dedicada à cozinha internacional.

Um jogo de futebol entre a Academia do Famalicão FC e cidadãos famalicenses e imigrantes será mais um momento de convívio a animar o evento. A exposição de design têxtil e moda com a apresentação de projetos às empresas e o workshop “Riba de Ave Challenge” completam a programação.

Refira-se que Vila Nova de Famalicão mantém atualmente relações económicas, culturais, ambientais e sociais com mais de 80 cidades de 30 países dos quatro continentes, seja através de parcerias, geminações, projetos internacionais, etc.

Em Vila Nova de Famalicão, a imigração faz-se representar essencialmente através de cidadãos do Brasil (38 %), Ucrânia (20,1%) e China (7,8 %).


          

Representantes de la juventud cubana destacan hermandad con Angola

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