Knowledge For Tomorrow: A Summarized Commentary Of World History, Nature, Health, Religion, Organized Crime, And Inspiration For The Youth.

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iUniverse, Feb 1, 2005 - Religion - 280 pages
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Questions
  • Why are there so many problems on our world?
  • Are the children of the world going to be okay?
  • What about the other holocausts!
  • Why is everyone getting so sick?
  • If there is so much money in the world, why are there poor people?
  • Why are so many things called conspiracies?
  • Was it always like this?
  • Have today's musical arts benefited anyone?
  • Who are the heroes of today, and what should we believe for life & death?
  • What are some ways to fix our world?
This book is designed to assist you in answering these and other questions. It is a compilation of a few months of research. Some questions have been left open for you to answer, or may be included in another book. Again, full praise is given to all the women, men, and children that inspired my research. Special appreciation is given to my family, friends, and those that have crossed over.

Mr. Quinton D. Crawford

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Contents

GRAPHICS
1
SOME WRONGS AND RIGHTS
3
CHAPTER
7
INCOMPLETE LIST OF ENDANGERED ANIMALS
10
MANIPULATION
16
GOVERNANCE
22
CHAPTER 2
24
MILK OR NOT MILK
30
AFRICAN AND CHINESE SPIRITUAL STORIES
125
THE WRITINGS OF NICHIREN DAISHONIN DEFINE
131
AN ENDTIME SCENARIO IS SPREAD OUT OVER
137
CHAPTER 6
143
THE HOMELESS
149
FOR WORLD PEACE
155
MORE WEAPONS OF EGO STUPIDITY
161
SLAVERY TODAY
168

COMMONLY KNOWN HOUSEHOLD CHEMICALS
36
THE DEADLY DECEPTION
42
ANCESTRY HEALTH
44
PESTICIDES INON YOUR FOOD
60
HANDLING THE DEAD
66
LANGUAGE SHIFT
72
STRUGGLE FOR RECLAMATION
79
ECOLOGY OF LANGUAGE FUNCTION
85
COLONIZATION STYLES
90
INDIGENOUS IDENTITY
96
INTEGRATION
103
RELIGION HUMANITYORRELIGION VS HUMANISM
111
ORIGINALITY
119
PART OF THE MAORI STORY OF LIFE 142
124
THE CHILDREN
171
BULLYING
178
THE GREATEST PROBLEMS IN TODAYS SOCIETIES ABOUT
184
EXTRA KNOWLEDGE
191
POTENTIAL NEGATIVE FUTURES
198
HAARP HISTORY
204
POSITIVE QUOTES
210
THE FUTURE
217
SOME AFRICAN FRUITS VEGGIES SPICES AND HERBS
225
SOME MUSIC LYRICS SPEECH QUOTES THAT
231
TABLE OF REFERENCESAND RECOMMENDED
239
OTHER RESEARCH MATERIALSINSPIRATIONAL
245
OTHER RECOMMENDED INFORMATION SOURCES
251
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About the author (2005)

Biography of Mr. Quinton Douglass Crawford. Mr. Quinton Douglass Crawford is currently a substitute teacher for the Travis Unified School District, The Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District, working towards a credential, and author of several books. He has worked with students of all grade levels (Pre-K thru Adult); and produced the following books: Knowledge For Tomorrow (Online sales- 2005), Re-Release for bookstores and libraries Nov. 6th 2009. Moochie the Soochie Visits the Peace People (a children's book) To be released in 2010: The Adventures of Moochie Volume 1 & 2 To be released in 2010: The Global Situation. He was born in Edwards AFB, California (near Los Angelos). Throughout his childhood years, he lived on U.S. Air Force Bases in Spain and England; shorter amounts of time in New York, South Carolina, Philadelphia, and now back in California for the majority of his life so far. Prior to residence in Fairfield, California he resided in Travis AFB. Recently, he worked in the nation of Ghana for 8-months as a volunteer teacher trainer in the rural community of Sefwi-Wiawso. (Volunteer Org. International Foundation for Education and Self-Help (2007/08). He has a B.A. degree in Social Science from Chapman University, and other degrees, but his Junior college (Solano Community College) led the major part of his life choice direction to be an educator. He was sprung into student leadership, met great people, and had interesting job experiences; one of which gave him a true sense of teaching on the other side of the table. The most important experiences that has motivated him were from the last day of school in the first elementary school he worked in (Suisun Elementary). Weeks before the last day of his contract with the school in the 1999/2000 school year, he pleaded with the supervisor of the state program (CalSoap Success Consortium) and the principal to allow him to remain and focus his assistance towards a specific group of 5th grade students on the edge of life perceptions of success and failure. There was one student in particular (Ms. Ashley S.) late in the year 2000, that he was extremely concerned about. She was beginning to believe in an extremely limiting conception of herself. He saw that she was on a path to either failure of the grade and continual self-degrading low expectations, or towards the honor roll and leadership potential that he envisioned her becoming. He worked overtime with her and some other children to improve their academics, aspirations towards college, and perceptions of themselves. On the last day of school, the children told him that they would not of passed 5th grade without his help. In his early years, some racially discriminatory comments made against him during his Elementary, Middle School, and High School years helped motivate his decisions to become an educator, social justice activist, and author. The quote “Success is the Best Revenge” has been on his mind most of his life. The only hindrances have been access and adequate information, which has slowed many of his life objectives. He is very proud to of been raised in his family, although he never got to build one of his own. He cares about each child he gains the ability to teach as his own, whether he works with kindergartners, fourth graders, all the way up to High School seniors. The creation of his books and websites are led by his desire to be teaching everyone 24/7 for the benefit of making a better future exist. He firmly believes that it is the purpose of each generation to make the world a better place for the next generations. A great series of friends and experiences have also encouraged him. Persons that he had the honor of meeting while he was a student leader in Solano Community College such as; Khalid Muhammad, Al Gore, Jesse Jackson Sr., Magic Johnson, Prof. Manu Ampim, and others have all inspired him. A great deal of the aspiration towards the development of his books goes to Greenpeace, The Earth Charter, The Ausar Auset Society, NAACP, A-APRP, Soka Gakkai International, and others mentioned in honor within the book.

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