Out of Place: The Trans Chinese Community Fighting for Gender Equality (Part 2)

Myseum Connects: Documenting Diverse Histories – Part 6

I’ve been working on a project called the Dragon Center Stories Commemoration Project And so what we did was, we actually honored a shopping mall in Scarborough, it just so happens to be actually the first Chinese Canadian shopping mall, and actually in the first Chinese shopping mall in all of North America. And so […]

What was Bismarck’s Opinion about German Colonies? | NYK

Otto von Bismarck’s opinion regarding German colonies changed more than once during his time as chancellor. Prior to the unification of Germany, Prussia was several times in the position to gain control of land outside Europe. One reason as to why that never happened was Bismarck’s dislike for colonial conquest. In a letter, he explained […]

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F1 Livery Histories: HONDA

Hello and welcome to F1 Livery Histories the channel where we take a look back at the different paint jobs, racing trims and sponsor decals adopted by respective Formula One teams throughout the eras. Today we’ll be taking a look back at Formula One’s first ever team of Asian origin. A team which has realized […]

How a Somali Refugee Is Creating Community in Minnesota

(soft music) – [Hudda] I vividly remember the Civil War in Somalia. Of course there was fear there. It was not a safe place for us. And that’s the reason why we left our own country. – [Minnie] When Hudda landed in the U.S. she had no idea that her neighbors would be afraid of […]

F1 Livery Histories: RED BULL

Hello and welcome to F1 Livery Histories, the channel where we take a look back at the different paint jobs, racing trims and sponsor decals adopted by respective Formula One teams throughout the eras. Today we’ll be detailing the livery histories of one of Formula One’s modern powerhouses, a company which has become one of […]

Myseum Connects: Documenting Diverse Histories Part 1. Institutional vs Community Archives

Well, I am not an archivist. [LAUGHS] I think that sort of brings in some neutral space into the work I do, because I’m not a scientist of archives. I work with people and communities. And I work at ‘technically’ a community archive. I think the feeling is at the ArQuives A-R-Q-U-I-V-E-S that our history […]

The End of Polish Democracy – Pilsudski and the Sanacja Regime | BETWEEN 2 WARS | 1935 Part 2 of 4

Hitler will call it “a so-called state lacking every national, historical, historical, cultural and moral foundation.” Molotov will call it “the monstrous bastard of the Peace of Versailles”. Keynes will call it “an economic impossibility whose only industry is Jew-baiting”. Others will call it “a farce” or “pathological” or “a historical failure”. The country these […]