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Unfortunately, history as told by the victors is not a complete story. For far too long, people have accepted the standard narrative as the whole story. Five Principles for Thinking Like a Futurist. Thinking about the future allows us to imagine what kind of future we want to live in and how we can get there.
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Native American Cultures - Facts, Regions & Tribes - HISTORY. Many thousands of years before Christopher Columbus’ ships landed in the Bahamas, a different group of people discovered America: the nomadic ancestors of modern Native Americans who hiked over a “land bridge” from Asia to what is now Alaska more than 12,000 years ago.
In fact, by the time European adventurers arrived in the 15th century A.D., scholars estimate that more than 50 million people were already living in the Americas. Of these, some 10 million lived in the area that would become the United States. Increasingly, Americans Prefer Going to the Movies at Home. The start of the summer blockbuster movie season has Hollywood hoping for the usual stampede to the theaters, but now more than ever, the place that most Americans would rather watch movies is under their own roof.
Three-quarters of all adults say they would prefer watching movies at home rather than in a theater, according to a Pew Research Center survey, up from 67% in 1994. The survey finds that more than seven-in-ten adults (71%) watch at least one movie a week, but the great bulk of this viewing occurs at home rather than in a theater. While the most popular way to watch movies at home is on broadcast, cable or satellite television programming, fully half of the public says that at least once a week they a watch a movie on a DVD or by pay-per-view.
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World Library of Science. How to prepare for your UN phone interview – Human Rights Careers. Children of Holocaust. Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff. Refinery29 presents Shatterbox Anthology. How We Share the World. This interactive graphic shows how the world is divided according to six different socioeconomic variables.
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