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When the actor won the Hersholt Humanitarian Award, he had some strong words for America about hate
The search engine giant Google celebrates the German goldsmith, inventor, printer and publisher Johannes Gutenberg, a European pioneer of the mechanical metal printing machine, with Doodle on April 14, 2021. Read more: Johannes Gutenberg: Google Doodle celebrates...
Fanny Eaton has provided inspiration to illustrators and artists who seek inspiration in representing BAME individuals in their work
. . Google Doodle celebrates Jamaican-born British artist and housemaid Fanny Eaton, most famous for her work as a model for the Pre-Raphaelite Muslim Brotherhood, on November 18, 2020. Who was Fanny Eaton? Fanny Eaton was born Fanny Matilda Antwistle or Entwistle in Surrey, Jamaica on July 13, 1835.. She was a Jamaican born model . . .
World Teachers' Day is celebrated every year on October 5th It is a day to celebrate the role of all educators, including teachers, researchers and professors
World Teachers' Day has been celebrated annually since 1994 The theme for 2020 is "Teachers: Leading in Crisis, Rethinking the Future"
TEACHERS are the lifeblood of schools and children's education, helping them find their way in the world Along with parents and family, teachers are some of the most important people to you ...
TODAY’S Google Doodle is honouring the life of the German-Jewish poet Mascha Kaléko. An incisive and acclaimed poet, Kaléko held her final reading at the America Memorial Library in Berlin on…