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Hillsborough Voices

Author : Kevin Sampson
ISBN : 9781448176700
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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On 15 April 1989, the world witnessed one of the worst football disasters in history occur at the Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield. 96 people were crushed to death and another 766 injured in a tragedy that was later admitted to have been exacerbated by police failures. Hillsborough Voices does justice to the memory of all those who died and for all those left behind. From the tragic events of the day to what unfolded in the hours, days and eventually years that followed, the book will interweave the voices of those who were there with the families and friends of those who died, and all those who have played key roles in the long search for the truth. The author, Kevin Sampson, has a long history with Hillsborough. Not only was he there as a fan to witness the horror first-hand, he also helped organise the Hillsborough benefit concert at Anfield and has close connections with the justice campaign. He has conducted exhaustive and exclusive interviews both with people who have become familiar public figures and those who will be telling their heart-rending personal stories for the first time – to bring us the full story. The book will be fully endorsed and promoted by the Hillsborough Justice Campaign and will carry the official HJC logo.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Voices Of Combat

Author : Kent Adam Bowman
ISBN : UCAL:B4325575
Genre : Music
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This study of American liberty and war songs is among the first to examine them in a historical and literary context and to focus almost exclusively on the lyrics. Unlike other works that are primarily songbooks, this book provides a fresh view of an important aspect of American culture and offers new insight into the thoughts and feelings of Americans during periods of crisis. Special attention is given to the songs that emerged from the early American wartime experiences, including those written before and during the Revolution, the War of 1812, the Mexican War, and the Civil War, with an emphasis on the similarities and differences in song themes, techniques and styles.
Category: Music

Practising Public Health

Author : John Ashton
ISBN : 9780191060878
Genre : Medical
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Public health issues are rarely out of the news. The 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Grenfell Tower fire, new designer drugs, outbreaks of Ebola, and links between social media and mental health, occupy our thoughts and our screens. However, awareness of these events as public health issues is a recent phenomenon; for many years after the Second World War, the history of the field was eclipsed by advances in clinical science and patient care. In Practising Public Health: An Eyewitness Account, John Ashton sets the record straight. The former Regional Director of Public Health in the North West of England, and co-founder of the WHO Healthy Cities Project, shares his adventures and experiences as a leader in public health at a time of unprecedented change and challenge. He presents case studies from the frontline of public health, and tells stories that are now part of modern history. Fighting for a better public health at community, national, and international levels, John shows us how public engagement and partnership goes hand in hand with political action. The stories in this book illustrate the importance of using your imagination, challenging the status quo, and thinking on your feet when initiating change. John also reveals the thinking behind his renowned hands-on approach to public health, and explains why he insists on bridging the gap between theory and practice. Practising Public Health connects the work of nineteenth century public health giants to that of today's twenty first century pioneers, taking time to reflect over, dissect and highlight the events, decisions and people involved in its development. With case studies and story-telling, this book is ideal for undergraduate and postgraduate public health courses worldwide. It is also of high value to other health professional groups such as nurses and health visitors, social workers and community development activists, as well as politicians and policy makers.
Category: Medical

Yankee Voices

Author : Philip Marson
ISBN : WISC:89058620659
Genre : Massachusetts
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Great Irish Voices

Author : Gerard Reid
ISBN : UOM:39015041992473
Genre : History
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Amongst the multitude of speeches, sermons and addresses annually delivered by Irish men and women, only a few are permanently preserved. The remainder are forgotten. The main objective of this compilation is to bring together a selection of speeches, sermons and addresses from some of Irelandís greatest statesmen and women over the last 1,000 years. They are arranged in chronological order, with an introduction giving the background to each one. Brief biographical notes are also given on each speaker at the back of the book. The orations chosen are always interesting in themselves and many of them prove enlightening views of historical events. For example, Irelandís stance, both North and South during World War Two can be readily seen by reading Eamon de Valeraís, Lord Craigavonís and James Dillonís speeches at the time. The great speakers of the Irish past are represented with Grattan, Burke, OíConnell and Parnell each given considerable attention. The great Irish lawyers are also well represented with John Philpot Curranís speech at Archibald Hamilton Rowanís trial being the most notable. However, no compilation of Irish speeches would be complete without church sermons, Jonathan Swiftís being the highlight amongst them.
Category: History

Reports

Author : New Hampshire
ISBN : CHI:095663097
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Report

Author : New Hampshire State Board of Education
ISBN : UOM:39015076558504
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Catalogs

Author : Harold Reeves (Firm)
ISBN : UOM:39015023360624
Genre : Music
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Category: Music

Unheard Voices

Author : Malorie Blackman
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124066379
Genre : Poetry
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In March 1807, the British Parliament passed an Act making the trading and transportation of slaves illegal. It was many years before slavery, as it was known then, was abolished, and slavery still continues today in different ways, but it was a big step forward towards the empancipation of a people. Malorie Blackman has drawn together some of the finest of today's writers and poets to contribute to this important anthology. Their short stories and poems sit alongside first-hand accounts of slavery from freed slaves, making a fascinating and absorbing collection that remembers and commemorates one of the most brutal and long-lasting inflictions of misery that human beings have inflicted upon other human beings.
Category: Poetry

Muted Voices

Author : Rodolfo O. De la Garza
ISBN : 0742535908
Genre : Political Science
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The 2000 presidential election was one of the closest in history, yet this book shows that the Latino vote and voice in the election were limited in impact. In time for election year 2004, Muted Voices explores general themes and trends in American politics and Latino voter participation while focusing on key state electoral results including Florida, Texas, and most importantly, California. Since 1988, de la Garza and DeSipio have led the way in interpreting the role of Latinos in U.S. elections. This new installment in their series of electoral studies is chock full of data and thematic suggestions about the future of Latino politics. An original introduction by public opinion specialist Robert Y. Shapiro puts Latino voter potential in context with U.S. politics and policy. Visit our website for sample chapters!
Category: Political Science

American Voices

Author : James Robertson Andrews
ISBN : STANFORD:36105034343744
Genre : History
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Category: History

American Voices

Author : Robert D. Marcus
ISBN : 0673151727
Genre : United States
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Category: United States