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Little is known about Richard Wright's heritage. From his own experiences, his work shed a hard light on the ongoing battles of African Americans in the first half of the 20th. century. He was a novelist, philosopher and campaigner whose love for his people's needs never slacken.
Each of the histories in this compilation are connected to Wright and his family. Sometimes directly, sometimes only marginally. From a group that escapes the devastation of Hurricane Katrina to an average man trying to capture a woman's hearts, Richard Wright has an impact on every single lifetime described on these pages.
She served several full-time missions with the armed forces of Canada as a militia force and toured the Golan Heights as a peacekeeper. Between those intermissions, she tried several other job opportunities, from car sales to tipping over homes, all with one goal: to safe enough for school.
She has flying experiences with Canadian Airlines, Bearskin Airlines and Her Majesty's Canadian Armed Forces, where she has been both a member and assistant of. It has the award to write a manual that was only on sale for two week; Standardised procedures for FAA certification of Level One Training Devices.
It has been used by flying schools and individual persons for the certification of their home computers and every PC-based flying software package incl. the non-industrial Microsoft simulator as a logged flight trainers. The FAA immediately modified its regulations and forced the inspectors to recognise the effectiveness of the simulation on a computer basis.
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Founded Youth in Trust within the National Trust for Scotland (1980 - 84) - now known as NTS Conservation Volunteers. 3. One of the founders of the John Muir Award within the John Muir Trust (2001). That comes from my 2005 stroll along the 1,200 km long "spine of Scotland", but I am particularly interested in the landscape, the wilderness and the contributing factor, the importance of mountain naming and the way people deal with it.
This forms the foundation for the large amount of pictorial lectures and meetings I have given throughout Scotland. I' m currently working on a second edition of Ribbon of Wildness. Lectures with slides from my comprehensive Ribbon of Wildness photo album. I' ll work in a broad spectrum of ages, from elementary schools (workshop format) to high schools (geography and writing) to various interests and programs for adults.
Advertisement at shows with Moviemaker to show the Ribbon of Wildness Galerie (about 500 color slide choices). I have a very broad range of interests and different fields in my lecture and event program, with over 140 different presentations to date. This includes a number of organizations in the fields of environment, nature protection and geographical planning.
I' ve given pictorial presentations on a wide spectrum of hiking, rock-limbing and hiking associations. Rotary, Probus, Archeology, Protestant Guild, Ethnic Guild, Educational Guild, Young People's Organizations, the aged, photo associations, books and hiking festival, and the recent John Muir Festival are part of this varied and beloved program. I have also been included in the contexts of geographical, literary and general interest studies in elementary and high school.
Several of the sessions were Powerpoint-based presentations, some formats of workshops and others contained more of a reading frame. Recent John Muir Festival offered the possibility to offer a broader range of cultural activities in cooperation with an art group. I' m available for various kinds of event, from official presentations and speeches to a less official form of work-shops.
After some program evaluations and developments within CforE at the Historical of Education SCIO, I can link my topic to a broader curriculum-making.