Rosa Louise McCauley Parks, more known as only Rosa Parks, was an activist in the Civil Rights Movement. Her birth took place on 4th of February, 1913, in the state Alabama. 92 years later she died on October 24th, 2005. The United States Congress Congress called her “the first lady of civil rights” and “the … Continue reading Rosa Parks
Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Marin Luther King Jr. and Nelson Mandela were all three leaders in recent history. In my opinion they were all a big part of a different important movements in human history. Without them as strong leaders the movements would not have taken place, especially not the way they did. All the movements … Continue reading Human Rights or at Least some of my Thoughts
Roald Dahl was born in Cardiff, UK, the 13th of September year 1916. When he was a child he often travelled to Norway because of his Norwegian family. Before he died in 1990 he wrote poems and books. In Dahl’s adolescences his eldest sister Astri died in 1920. This was followed by his father’s tragic … Continue reading Roald Dahl – The feminist?
In my opinion the most influential musician the last 10 years has been Ed Sheeran. First of all he has changed the way not just I, but also many other people, view how musicians need to have an image, one they have to follow. If you listen to Ed Sheeran’s album you will soon realize … Continue reading Ed Sheeran is the Most Influential Musician