Category Archives: History

National Women’s Convention (1850.10.23)

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WOMEN’S RIGHTS AND CROSSCURRENTS, 10/23:  A yearly series of gatherings that enlarged the equal rights movement, The National Women’s Rights Convention was first held in Worcester, Massachusetts on this date in 1850.  Gavin and Wyatt stand with the ladies for a collective effort.  We hope you will stand with the movement and toward public media on Crosscurrents 10/23 at 8 am.

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Sir William Blackstone (1723.07.10)

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SIR WILLIAM BLACKSTONE ON CROSSCURRENTS, 7/10:  The famous English jurist Sir William Blackstone born on this date in 1723 is remembered for his “Commentaries on the Laws of England”, an attempt to provide a culturally wide-ranging review of English law.  No need to pass the bar, or be in a bar, as you are invited and simply need to tune in the Blackstone birthday on Crosscurrents, 7/10 at 8 am.

Canada Day (2017.07.01)

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Canada celebrates its 150th birthday on July 1st 2017,  On July 1, 1867 Canada became a new federation with its own constitution by affixing their “John Hancock” (or should be say: “Red Green / Gordy Howe / Dudley Do-right”) to the Constitution Act – formerly known as the British North America Act.  Join Gavin and Wyatt in saluting the flag of our neighbors … eh?