I’m hoping you are the photographer of this photo: https://www.flickr.com/photos/zug55/7750629824/in/pool-1405422@N21
I found it on flikr whilst researching a photo compilation blog for ONE.org. I’m doing a piece on how Africa plays football, crowdsourcing images from independent photographers on flikr, and would love to include your image from Mozambique.
Our blogs are very popular and help drive new visitors to the site, and recruit new members to the ONE campaign. We’re a global advocacy organisation campaigning to end extreme poverty, especially in Africa. As a non-profit we can’t offer to pay to use your image, but would give you a credit and a link, plus would love a caption from you telling more about the moment.
Here’s our blog where the post would appear: http://one.org/international/blog
I hope to hear from you, many thanks for your time,
Digital Content Manager, ONE
I am no academic, after 25 to 30 years of reading and reserching I finally
found what is the reason that North America (north of Tropic of Cancer)
as we know it was kicked off by a Portuguese led bunch of highly globally
Monterrey, six hours south of Austin, and the region were started by
Portuguese, Border Leonese and Castillians, Atlantic Coast Andalucians
(most common lastnames here like my Garza), Basque, with some
Genoese and possible Dutch and German involvement= Rare for
1580’s in this part of the world.
My last take on my project is to base it on concepts like liberal
open markets (contraband), Globalization, transnational
partnerships involved; a project crushed by vested interests
and the Inquisition. 400 years later Nafta made the original
vision possible…the descendants thrived.
Obviously this is sort of our family trees involved. The Garza
were involved at least since Columbus’ third trip.
My problem is that I am not scholarly in world-system and
Before going in that direction I need help.
Could you possible help me taking a critical look on things
dealing with that? This is very important and I do not want
to be wrong on those issues.
My point is Phillip II crushed that project in order to
privilege, Inquisition, absolutism and mercantilism to
prevail. Yes, many new Christians involved, but it seems
the binding factor is modernity. Medievality crushing
modernity. (this is in a way what is called the
Albista vs Ebolista parties clash, Alba prevailes and led
the Spanish Armada to defeat.)
I as lead to you by reading last year’s The Economist
article on Globalization.
Indeed I am. I like your web site–very interesting and relevant.
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