Frightened, he journeyed back to Spain where he was unexpectedly "knighted, given a personal coat of arms, and granted a royal patent to colonize the islands of Bimini and Florida. He was officially named the Adelantado Don Juan Ponce de Leon, Governor of the Islands of Bimini and
Crips founded in 1971 by Stanley (“Tookie”) Williams and Raymond Washington, both high schoolers in los Angeles, for protection from other gang violence. (“which was inspired by the Black Panthers, formed a political group in 1969 that evolved in 1969.”) Other gangs, as in the bloods were established in response to the Crips growing power. In the early 1980’s Crips focused more on drugs, especially crack cocaine, and the gang eventually formed alliances with the Mexican cartels. “Although it is difficult to estimate the exact number of crips in the country because their loose organization, United States Department of Justice claims there are currently upwards of 35,000 members divided between 800 sets in 48 states.” “Los Angeles sentinel is the most commonly cited sources, article from February 1972, which claimed that the crips were named after members of gangs who carried canes as “crips” (cripples)”. “Williams claimed that the gang originally referred to themselves as “Cribs,” but members simply mispronounced the name and it evolved into crips.” Crips was originally shortened for “Continuous Revolution in Progress.
Task 4 : Compare and Contrast The Artist is Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci (Leonardo da Vinci), born on 15 April 1452 – 2 May 1519, He was an Italian polymath whose interest was covered in many areas such as: cartography, history, writing, botany, astronomy, geology, anatomy, literature, engineering, mathematics, music, science, architecture, sculpting, invention and painting.He was called the father of palaeontology, iconology and architecture.He is one of the greatest painter of all time. Artwork 1: ‘Lady with an Ermine’ The title is, ‘Lady with an Ermine’. It was painted in Wawel Castle, Kraków around 1489-90. The subject of the portrait is Cecilia Gallerani, This was painted when she was the mistress of Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan,
According to Guerrero (1970), The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) was originally established in 1930 within the Partido Komunista ng Pilipinas. Then, Sison (1989) narrated that ideological and political difference between the core leaders led to their expulsion and the re-establishment of CPP in 1968 and subsequently the mobilization of its military wing - the New People’s Army. Since then, the government of the Republic of the Philippines is dogged with communist insurgencies and despite the efforts of the Philippine Government through the counter-insurgency operations of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP); the communist insurgency threat persisted until today. The persistence of the communist insurgency can be realized through
I)”. Together with Osmeña and Manuel Quezon (1878-1944), they are known as the “triumvirate that worked for the absolute independence of the Philippines (“MW Rafael Palma”). More than a politician, he is the man behind the great reforms in the University of the Philippines (U.P.) that results for its world prestige. The discussion of Rafael Palma’s life in this paper will be divided into nine main parts namely: 1) Early Life, 2) Education, 3) Married Life, 4) Ideology, 5) Personality, 6) Career, 7) Death, 8) Organizations, and 9) Works and
Cecil Rajendra, a lawyer-poet, was born in Penang and spent his childhood age in Tanjung Tokong. He started formal education at St. Xavier Institution and continue to University of Singapore before doing Law at Lincoln’s Inn. He was the first recipient of the Malaysian Lifetime Humanitarian Award and nominated for Nobel Prize for Literature in 2005. Cecil first published his poetry while still studying Law in London in 1965. He wrote about the spiritual, cultural and material values of Asian society.
Who is Marcello Piacentini? To begin with, Marcello Piacentini was born in Rome the 8th of December 1981 and died 18th of May 1960. He was the son of Pio Piacentini a famous Italian architect. Because of this family involvement with his family business, Marcello became passionate about architecture, so at the age of 26 in 1907, he took part of the reconstruction of the historical city center of
Historical Foundation Tracing back the history of the Philippine education, it is clear that the educational system has undergone several reforms starting with the pre-Spanish period to the present. Pre-Spanish Era. During the pre-Spanish era, the Filipinos have no formal system of education. But Filipinos believe in Bathala, the solidarity of families, women’s modesty, and children’s respect for elders. Their education was practical and hands-on.
74, following the secularized and free public school system implemented during the American rule. In 1902, the implementation of the high school system followed and in 1908, the Philippine Legislature approved Act No. 1870, created the first state university in the Philippines. After a long history of growth and development, a formal and more structured form of instruction was introduced in the country which gave birth to a more organized academic system. At present, the Philippine education system is composed of formal and non-formal education.