English biographer, critic, novelist, and poet sister of Osbert Sitwell and Sachevere..
US clergyman and black activist ordained Pentecostal minister 1964 youth director of Operation Breadbasket 1969-1971 founder and president of National Youth Movement 1971-1986 founder and president of National Action Network, Inc. 1991– candidate for Democratic nomination to Senate from New York 1992, 1994 co-wrote autobiography "Go and Tell Pharaoh" ..
1856 – He was born on the 26th day of July this year in Dublin, Ireland. He was a strong advocate for socialism and women’s rights, a vegetarian and teetotaler, and a harsh critic of formal education. 1876 – He joined his mother’s London household. She, Vandeleur Lee, and his sister Lucy, provided him ..
1890 – Born in Alliance, New Jersey on the 16th of November. 1914 – He was appointed night editor of the Pittsburgh Post. 1916 – Seldes moved to London where he worked for United Press. 1917 – Seldes was sent to France where he worked as the war correspondent for the Marshall Syndicate. 1922 – ..
1924 – Born on the 15th of August in St. Louis, Missouri. 1944 – She began college early, working to make money, including as a model, and earning her B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis at the age of 19. 1945 – She received an M.A. in Government from Radcliffe College. 1952 – She ..
German critic and translator brother of Friedrich vo..
German Romantic philosopher brother of August von Schlegel son-in-law of Moses M..
1942 – Born on December 8th in New York City. American activist and free speech advocate. 1960 – Graduated at Van Buren High School, Queens, New York as a valedictorian. 1965 – Married to Suzanne Goldberg on May 23rd. 1980 – Married to Lynne Hollander. 1990 – Taught Mathematics & Philosophy at Sonoma State University. ..
1421–51 – commander of Sultan Murad II 1443 – renounced Islam and claimed independence from Albania bringing along the Turks 1461 – forced the sultan to end the 10-year truce 1463 – he broke the truce 1468 – the Albanian national..
1869 – Born on September 6th in Budapest. Austrian novelist and journalist, author of the children’s classic and adult allegory Bambi, a sensitively told subjective story of the life of a wild deer. 1877 – A journalist at 18, he became an influential theatre critic. 1923 – Bambi, the book that brought him international fame, ..