Dec 3, 2017 | In Memoriam
Harold Lee Johnson, son of Sims and Nina Johnson, was born on July 18, 1934 in Topeka, Kansas....Read More
Aug 27, 2017 | Profiles
Riverside, CA Riverside Unified School District’s first African American teacher, Dr. Hazel...Read More
May 19, 2017 | In Memoriam
San Bernardino, CA Residents of the Inland Empire were saddened to learn of the loss of Dr. Albert...Read More
May 10, 2017 | I.E. Sports
By Jon Gaede The eight city AVP Tour commenced its 34th season at Huntington Beach. The iconic...Read More
May 5, 2017 | I.E. People
Shiane D. Jacocks On Tuesday, April 25, the Riverside Youth Council held this year’s...Read More
Feb 8, 2017 | I.E. Sports
Gary Montgomery La Quinta – With only minutes left before the desert skies unleashed a...Read More
Dr Main Sidebar
A powerful Creative and Critical Thinking exercise is to first learn shapes of the Pyramid, Square, Trapezius, Trapezoid, Rectangle, Triangle, Circle, Octagon, Ellipse, Lunette; study which are Cosmic and/or and human-made; and determine what are indications for using...
Patterns, Shapes, and Forms are fundamental tools to help one see and give meaning to Real, Surreal, and Unreal Things. These contribute to understanding and the explaining of Principles (unchanging realities), Events (changing realities), Settings, Situations, and...
“ME/WE” is an: "All for One, One for all" concept of African Zulus, called Ubuntu. The Nguni Bantu define it as connection of all “Humanity”—meaning its “Sameness” creation is the Cosmic Force. They translate it as: “I am because we are”; or “Humanity towards others”...
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