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In my Global Africa class we have recently been discussing the worldwide slave trade which, in the mid to late 19th century, morphed into colonialism on the African continent. Our professor has been very thorough in outlining all of the factors which contributed to the subjugation of Africans. Many of the ideas about Africans which […] Continue reading
I was very interested in the NOVA documentary section on the patenting of sections of DNA code. As a big music person, I’ve always been interested in discussions of copy-writing of creative works. It seems valid to me that people should want to copy-write their creations and receive due credit and compensation, and I think […] Continue reading