The play The Normal Heart is written by Larry Kramer. It is autobiographical and discusses the outbreak of HIV-AIDS crisis in New York from 1981 to 1984. The crisis is represented through the outlook of writer Ned Weeks, a homosexual Jewish-American creator of a prominent team to support the HIV victims.
I am a painter, currently studying painting and art studio at Stony Brook University. I will graduate from this university next semester, which shows that I have had a long time experience with painting. My work focuses on expressing human emotions through painting.
In the beginning of the eighteenth century, western colonialists began to import into their colonies slaves from Africa. The very conditions in which the whole process of slave trade took place performed fundamental inhumanity and violence towards slaves since they were captured at their native lands and exploited in America.
Access of information in this digital age has been made easy with mobile technology. This technology has facilitated the manner in which people transact businesses via the internet. This essay examines the types of mobile technologies used, the challenges involved and how to address these issues in order to adopt better mobile technologies for e-commerce.
The Culture Revolution of the 1960s can be called global as it touched and influenced a lot of spheres of human life, including values, education, lifestyles, entertainment, law, and even economics in some way. Those ideas, which emerged in the sixties, have evolved and continue to develop nowadays.
A two-week cruise through the Caribbean or a weekend skiing in the Rocky Mountains, everyone loves to getaway whether for a weekend, a few weeks or months at a time. Taking holidays is something all people do to get away from the daily grind.