So I ended up with a very small book, with the dimensions of around 3x5 inches and weighed approximately 1 pound, by Culpepper published in 1751 titled, “Complete and Experienced Midwife.” This book was probably used by lower-classed midwifes during the 18th century as a guide to child bearing and proper remedies for the diseases. At first glance of the book, the cover is made from leather and is probably the original cover, since the cover seems to used and scuffed with marks. Once you open the book you see that the font is really small but is very legible and it is written in English, the... [+] Read more
Hi, as a former student I might not have any relevance in the context of this website anymore. However if any teachers are interested
I stumbled upon this interesting project. Since it's a newsactivism class I believe that this setup is more user friendly, simple to apply and
most importantly interesting to read.
Hope you can make something out of this,
The illegal trade of live animals or parts and plants has been a problem for centuries. Not all wildlife trade is illegal though; it’s only when the harvesting escalates into a crisis and becomes unsustainable and often pushes endangered species to extinction. However, it hasn’t been until recently that there has been an unsurpassed spike in the unlawful trade, especially with concern to ivory, rhino horn, and tiger products.
The wildlife trade is nothing to take lightly. Skillful international crime syndicates control this trade and are often involved in other illegal dealings such as with... [+] Read more
The purpose of the article is to capture the attention of people about the possible poaching of elephant tusk some countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. This article is specific to Uganda, but it is something that is common to countries around Uganda as well. The main point of this article is makes the readers aware that “in recent years poaching has increased across sub-Saharan Africa” (BBC, 2013). They also mentioned that the trade of ivory is banned yet illegal shipments are still being made to Asia, where tusks are... [+] Read more