Lewis died on this day, November 22, sixty year ago in 1963. He frequently examined the impact of modern science on human life.
Maura was brought from the Philippines to the U.S. in 1904 to take part in one of the public displays of indigenous people at the St. Louis World’s Fair.
These human specimens were collected in large part to dramatize how non-white peoples were supposedly lower on the evolutionary ladder than whites.
Olufemi opened my eyes and heart to the importance of Nigeria to Africa, the dynamic role of Christians there, and the importance of Africa to the world.
Charles Darwin didn’t spend much time in Africa. But his poisonous ideas certainly did.