The answer to this is B. Pete Seeger. Aside from being an American folk singer, he was also known as a social activist. He used the radio to state his opinions and to help people become more informed about the things that they have to do.
He was a performer for more than 70 years and he h...Read More
The caves that are located in Gharapuri Island in Mumbai’s harbour that date back to 600 A.D. are the Elephanta Caves. These have become a UNESCO World Heritage Site as rock-cut sculptures made of stone are carved showing the syncretism of both Buddhist and Hindi iconography and...Read More
There are ten (10) years in a decade. The word decade is derived from an ancient Greek word δεκάς, which translates dekas in French/Latin language, meaning a group of ten.
The decade is often used to distinguish the times of people’s lives such as the 60&...Read More
George Grenville was born on the 4th of October 1712 and ended his life journey after 58 years of living on the 13th of November 1770. He was a Prime Minister of Great Britain where he served as a Political member of Whig Party. He was one of the few prime ministers who was never given a title...Read More
In Southern Pakistan, on the right bank of the Indra river, there is a group of mounds and ruins that were covered with something like 30 feet of silt for centuries due to annual flooding. The archaeological find in the Sindh province showed evidence of the Harappan civilization, the earliest...Read More
Margaret Penn (Sherrod) was the first Miss PVAMU selected by a panel of judges to compete at the Miss Texas/Miss America Scholarship Pageant in July 1970. Dellenor Miles was the first Miss PVAMU to reach the top 10 when she was named 4th Runner-up in the 1984 Miss...Read More