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BLF

BLF may refer to: Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, forerunner of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen in North America Buol language of Indonesia ISO code: blf Black First Land First a pan-Africanist and revolutionary socialist p ...

                                               

BSA

British School at Athens Birmingham School of Acting Baltimore School for the Arts

                                               

Evgeniia Isaaknova Iaroslavskaia-Markon

Evgenia Isaaknova Iaroslavskaia-Markon was born in St. Petersburg and raised in a prominent Jewish family. Her father, Isaac Dov-Ben Markon was a scholar of Judaism and well-known in the St. Petersburg Jewish community. She went to a private gymn ...

                                               

Socialist Alliance

Socialist Alliance may refer to London Socialist Alliance Alternative Socialist Alliance - Independents in Bulgaria Scottish Socialist Alliance Socialist Alliance Australia Socialist Alliance England Socialist Alliance Burkina Faso Albanian Socia ...

                                               

David Fialkow

David Fialkow is an American venture capitalist and an award-winning documentary filmmaker and producer. He is the co-founder of General Catalyst, a venture capital firm focused on early-stage and growth investments. He is also a producer of the ...

                                               

Angela Orosz

Angela Orosz-Richt, is a Holocaust survivor. Orosz is one of only two babies known to have been born in the Auschwitz complex and survive to liberation. She has taken it upon herself to be the voice of those children who did not survive the conce ...

                                               

Gooba

Gooba is a song by American rapper 6ix9ine. It was released on May 8, 2020, 6ix9ines birthday, as the first single after his prison release on April 2, 2020. It is the lead single to his upcoming second studio album, to be released in August 2020 ...

                                               

Open mouth operations

Open mouth operations are communications by a central bank that affect Central Bank interest rates. They are a tool of monetary policy. The term was coined by economists Graeme Guthrie and Julian Wright in the year 2000. While looking at the oper ...

                                               

Vladimir Ljotic

Vladimir Ljotic was a Serbian politician and diplomat who served as the Serbian government consul to Greece.

                                               

Amine (disambiguation)

Amine, an alternate spelling of the Arabic male name Amin Mononym Amine rapper, American hip hop recording artist, full name Adam Amine Daniel Amine French singer, Moroccan-born French R&B singer, full name Amine Mounder Given name Amine El M ...

                                               

Steward

Horse show steward Steward, a person who assists with crowd control at sporting and suchlike events Steward, an older term for a male flight attendant Wine steward or sommelier Steward, another term for majordomo Union steward, a labor union offi ...

                                               

Gaylor

Surname Robert Gaylor, United States Air Force Chief Master Sergeant Alan B. Gaylor, American businessman Bobby Gaylor, American writer, actor, and director Annie Laurie Gaylor, American editor, author, and co-president of the Freedom From Religi ...

                                               

Johanna Demetrakas

Johanna Demetrakas is an American independent filmmaker and television director known for documentaries like Womanhouse and Right Out of History. She has worked as a professor at Cal Arts and USC.

                                               

Midi Achmat

Taghmeda Achmat, commonly known as Midi Achmat, is one of South Africas most well known lesbian activists. Achmat co-founded the Treatment Action Campaign with her partner and fellow activist Theresa Raizenberg on December 10, 1998.

                                               

Kika Thorne

In 1990, Thorne graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design OCAD University in Toronto, Ontario, in Media Production and Cultural Theory, and went on to receive her Master of Fine Arts MFA from the University of Victoria in Victoria, Bri ...

                                               

Liesbeth den Uyl

Elisabeth Jacoba den Uyl-van Vessem was a Dutch activist, politician, and writer, involved with the PvdA, the Dutch social-democratic party. She was the husband of politician Joop den Uyl, and was involved with socially and politically active. Sh ...

                                               

Femmes algeriennes pour un changement vers legalite

Femmes algeriennes pour un changement vers legalite or FACE is a womens organisation created during the 2019 Algerian "Hirak" protests and credited with the invention of the "feminist square", a part of the Friday Hirak protests held in front of ...

                                               

New man

New Man may refer to: Novus homo, Latin term for a man who was first in his family to serve in the Roman Senate. Hombre nuevo socialista, Che Guevaras idealised "New Man" concept. New Man Christian magazine, American Christian mens magazine. New ...

                                               

Mabel Cañada Zorrilla

Mabel Cañada Zorrilla is an antimilitarist and pacifist founder of the ecovillage of Lakabe, a town recovered in Navarra 40 years ago and integrated into the Iberian Ecovillage Network.

                                               

Sheila Radford-Hill

Sheila Radford-Hill,PhD, is an American author, professor, and activist. She currently works at Dominican University in Illinois as the head Diversity Officer. She is known for her book, Further To Fly: Black Women and the Politics of Empowerment ...

                                               

Vishanthie Sewpaul

Vishanthie Sewpaul is a senior professor of social work at the University of KwaZulu Natal, Durban, South Africa and a professor II at the University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway. Her research and teaching interests are in the fields of social ...

                                               

With Child: A Diary of Motherhood

With Child: A Diary of Motherhood is a non-fiction book by Phyllis Chesler, a feminist who gave birth to a son, published on October 26, 1979 by T. Y. Crowell. Caroline Seebohm of The New York Times wrote that wrote that Cheslers status as one of ...

                                               

The Iliac Crest

The Iliac Crest is a novel written by Mexican novelist Cristina Rivera Garza and translated into the English language by Sarah Booker. The book was originally published in the Spanish language in 2002 before being translated into English in 2017. ...

                                               

Ian Scott

Ian Scott may refer to: Ian Scott American football born 1981, American football player Ian Scott Manitoba politician, Green Party of Canada election candidate in 2004 Ian Scott cyclist 1915–1980, British silver medal winner at the 1948 Summer Ol ...

                                               

James Greene

James Greene may refer to: James Durrell Greene 1828–1902, American inventor and Civil War Brevet Brig. General Jim Greene born 1950, Irish hurling player James Tyler Greene born 1983, American baseball player James Greene Canadian politician 192 ...

                                               

Malcolm Noonan

Malcolm Noonan is an Irish Green Party politician who has been a Teachta Dala for the Carlow–Kilkenny constituency since the 2020 general election. He was a member of Kilkenny County Council for the Kilkenny local electoral area from 2004 to 2020 ...

                                               

Nasser Zolfaghari

Zolfaghari hailed from a landed family and aristocratic family from Zanjan who was considered a local magnate. Zolfaghari, whose estates had been expropriated by the government in Tabriz, had his men armed by the government of Ahmad Qavam and act ...

                                               

Florent Marcellesi

Florent Marcellesi is a French politician and activist based in Spain. Federal Co-Spokesperson of Equo since 2020, he previously served as Member of the European Parliament from 2016 to 2019.

                                               

Future Democratic Party

On January 23, 2020, former Democratic Party of Korea member; Chun Se-kyung left the Democratic Party of Korea and announced his will to create a new party. The party was officially founded on March 11, 2020 and officially registered with the Nat ...

                                               

Elections in Naples

All Naples residents who are at least 18 years old and hold an EU citizenship are eligible to vote for the Mayor and the 48 members of the City Council, as well as for the President and the 30 or 40 members of the Council of the Municipality wher ...

                                               

Chris Green

Chris Green rugby league born 1989, English rugby league player Chris Green cricketer born 1993, Australian cricketer Chris Green baseball born 1960, former Major League Baseball pitcher Chris Green American football born 1968, NFL defensive back ...

                                               

Paul Green

Paul Green may refer to: Paul Green cricketer born 1976, former English cricketer Paul Green playwright 1894–1981, American playwright Paul Green footballer, born 1987, English footballer Paul Green taekwondo born 1977, GB Taekwondo National Team ...

                                               

Alan Green

Alan Green may refer to: Alan Green politician 1911–1991, British Conservative Party politician Alan Green broadcaster born 1952, British sports commentator on BBC Radio Five Live Alan Green soccer born 1954, former North American Soccer League p ...

                                               

Gary Green

Gary Green may refer to: Gary Green conductor, American conductor Gary Green baseball owner born 1965, minor league baseball franchise owner Gary Green American football born 1955, former American football cornerback Gary Green, a fictional chara ...

                                               

Andrew Green

Andrew Green may refer to: Andrew Green ghost hunter 1927–2004, British ghost hunter Andrew Haswell Green 1820–1903, American civic leader Andrew Green MP for Dunwich UK Parliament constituency Andrew Green librarian, Welsh librarian Andy Green d ...

                                               

Bryan Smith

Bryan Smith may refer to: Bryan Smith, driver of a van that hit author Stephen King in 1999 Bryan Smith, a character in Stephen Kings The Dark Tower based on the driver of the van that hit him Bryan Smith, presenter for the Australian television ...

                                               

William Duckworth

William Duckworth may refer to: William Duckworth composer 1943–2012, American composer Will Duckworth, deputy leader of the Green Party of England and Wales William Henry Duckworth 1894–1969, justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia William Duckw ...

                                               

Robert Brooks (disambiguation)

Robert H. Brooks 1937–2006, founder of Hooters of America Robert A. Brooks 1932–2000, American telecommunications entrepreneur Robert Brooks, chairman of English auction house Bonhams

                                               

Go! Go! Cory Carson

Go! Go! Cory Carson is an all-ages animated television series created by Alex Woo and Stanley Moore, based on a line of toy vehicles manufactured by VTech. The series is produced by American company KuKu Studios. Its first season of seven episode ...

                                               

The Letter for the King (TV series)

The Letter for the King is a coming-of-age adventure television series developed by Will Davies and FilmWave for Netflix inspired by the classic Dutch novel De brief voor de Koning by Tonke Dragt. The six-episode series was released on Netflix on ...

                                               

Glitch Techs

Glitch Techs is an American animated web television series created by Eric Robles and Dan Milano for Nickelodeon and Netflix. The series premiered on February 21, 2020 on Netflix.

                                               

Vernon Tava

Vernon Tava is the founder and leader of the Sustainable New Zealand Party. He is a former member and candidate for the Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand.

                                               

Peter van der Voort

Petrus Henricus Johannes van der Voort is a Dutch physician, professor, and politician, who currently serves as member of the Senate. He is a member of the social-liberal party Democrats 66. He was trained as an intensivist and has led the intens ...

                                               

Zaklin Nastic

Zaklin Nastic is a German politician. Born in Gdynia, she represents The Left. Zaklin Nastic has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Hamburg since 2017.

                                               

Dieter Stier

Dieter Stier is a German politician. Born in WeiSenfels, Saxony-Anhalt, he represents the CDU. Dieter Stier has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Saxony-Anhalt since 2009.

                                               

Marianne Schieder

Marianne Schieder is a German politician. Born in Schwarzberg, Bavaria, she represents the SPD. Marianne Schieder has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Bavaria since 2005.

                                               

Harald Weinberg

Harald Weinberg is a German politician. Born in Bad Godesberg, North Rhine-Westphalia, he represents The Left. Harald Weinberg has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Bavaria since 2009.

                                               

Alberto Franceschi

Alberto Franceschi Gonzalez is a Venezuelan politician and businessman. Since December 2013, Franceschi has been living in exile in the United States after the Maduro government threatened to arrest him. He is currently an opponent of Chavismo an ...

                                               

Thomas Ferguson

Thomas Ferguson may refer to: Tom Ferguson politician, Green Party candidate for Niagara West - Glanbrook in the 2004 Canadian federal election Tom Ferguson footballer 1920–2008, Australian footballer for Melbourne Thomas William Ferguson 1943–20 ...

                                               

Swiss Media Database

Swiss Media Database is a Swiss newspaper-article and television-program database accessible at no charge to media professionals. The public can access its contents for a fee.