What Was Malcolm X Famous For?
Malcolm X was an African-American human rights activist and Muslim minister.
10 Astounding Facts About the Great Pyramid Of Giza
The Great Pyramid is a defining symbol and landmark in Egypt. It is the oldest and largest pyramid in the Giza pyramid complex located in the Giza...
What Was the Winnipeg General Strike?
In 1919, over 30,000 workers abandoned their jobs and walked away, a strike that is famously known as the “Winnipeg General Strike.”
What Was The Bracero Program?
Between 1942 and 1962, millions of Mexican contract workers crossed over into the US on short-term contract program known as the Bracero Program.
Who Killed Malcolm X?
Malcolm X was a human-rights activist and a Muslim minister who was quite famous in the U.S. during the civil-rights movements.
When Is The First Day Of Summer?
There is no specific date on the Gregorian or any other calendar when the summer starts. Also, the onset of summer varies widely with the location of...
When Is Mother's Day?
The very special mother-child bond is celebrated every year on the second Sunday of May as Mother's Day.
When Is Easter?
Good Friday and Easter Sunday are some of the most popular Christian holidays. The two holidays mark a period commonly referred to as the Passion of...
10 Countries With Most Female Inventors In The World
The proportion of female inventors in all fields was between 2% to 3% before 1965. However, since then, the number of women inventors has been growing...
The Saint Valentine's Day Massacre: Who Was Al Capone?
It is widely believed Capone was behind the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, an attempt to kill George “Bugs” Moran of the North Side Gang.
We Ranked The Countries Most Likely To Win The Euro 2020
With Euro 2020 for June 12 through to July 12, 2020, the football world will be treated to some of the outrageous skills and talents from around the...
The Most Popular Types Of Pets In The European Union
According to the European Pet Food Industry Federation (FEDIAF), as of 2018, about 80 million households in Europe keep at least an animal as a pet.
10 Countries In The European Union With Most Cats
According to data from the European Pet Food Industry (FEDIAF), about 26% of EU households own at least one cat.
The Story of Rochdale College - Canada's Experiment in Alternative Education
In the 1960s and 70s, Rochdale College was an experiment conducted in student-run alternative education in Toronto, Canada.
What Was the Stono Rebellion?
The Stono Rebellion was a slave insurrection that began on September 9, 1739.
Most Watched Summer Olympic Sports
The Summer Olympic Games is one of the world’s most highly anticipated sporting tournament that is held once every 4 years.
List Of The Most Hopeful Countries In The 2020 Olympics
The U.S. is the most prosperous nation in the modern Olympics history, having won 2,522 medals.
U.S. States Where Marijuana Is Legal
Eight U.S. states and the District of Columbia have legalized the use and/or possession of cannabis to varying degrees.
Premiers Of Communist China Through History
The premier of the People's Republic of China serves as the head of the State Council of China.