These thoughts are a continuation of my previous reflection pertaining to the sadness I felt within the discovery of history, and also the excitement. I take sometime to flesh the sadness to surface, and give importance to this, and also offer hope, so that within the discovery of history, there is still time to learn, conserve, create and re-create a present and a future.
This writing is a reflection of the current collection of thoughts that are related to the American history associated with the Spanish Expeditions. I take a moment to come back to the present moment to reveal the significance of history and the significance of history upon present day impacts.
The thoughts contained within this writing were inspired from the recent discovery that I tweeted. For the purposes of contexts I decided to write a couple thought relating to the original tweet about the historical Spanish explorations of the American South. Further to this thought I contend that at present day, we must hold high regard for the founders of states and nation.
These thoughts are written to offer a response to a previous question that I has written and reflected upon during previous writings. With specific focus upon the topic of Confederacy.
These thoughts reflect upon my a question that I had written in my previous thoughts, they seek to build and expand our awareness upon the significance of the ship / sailboats as modes of travel within history for expeditions, imports and exports of goods and services. I further tie this thought with the protests / socio-political moments which have sought to create unnecessary divides that are not directly linked to the reason of protest. #ShaziaBlog
The USMCA seeks to offer congratulations upon the recent signing of the document. I write that it would have been nice to see all three nations presence, but was further inspired with the Mexican President’s visit as he acknoledges shares history between Mexico and the USA. I connect these thoughts to the recent toppling of statues, with a belief that the erasing of history with violent acts is not a solution.
These thoughts are a continuation of previous blog posts with reference to the writing entitled: The Two Narratives. Within these thoughts I attempt to offer a conclusive thought,. With a moment of unity and the point of a cusp, to further describe that the larger issues are tackled within the lens of the microcosm. Communities / systems to create results, thus; what else matters? #ShaziaBlog
These thoughts reflect upon a recent video that I watched that has enabled discussion and reflective viewpoints. To once again desire for openness to learning and dialogues that are associated with the racial topics. Within these thoughts I offer a historical viewpoint relating to migration. #ShaziaBlog
These thoughts reflect upon the two social narratives that have stemmed from two social / public concerns. I write about the interconnections, to offer a view that is related to social constructionism, that are created to influence public thought and behaviour.
Our thoughts of love, prayer and condolences to family, friends, relatives and loved ones who have suffered loss and injury with the Minneapolis shooting that took place early morning on June 21st 2020. We are grateful and thankful that there were minimal lives lost, however; one life that is lost is always too many. WeContinue reading “MINNEAPOLIS”