Author: Frank Huzur

The First 6 African Americans Who Escaped Slavery and Became Millionaires

Immediately following Emancipation, there were 4,047 millionaires in the United States — and six of them were African American.

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Hemant, the Heritor: Bright young face of Jharkhand Politics

  By: Frank Huzur Hemant Soren became the natural heir apparent of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, the leading party of Jharkhand Movement,

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Bearded Patriarch, Tribal Messiah ‘Dishom Guru Shibu Soren and his legendary exploits

By Frank Huzur In history of Jharkhand, once southern pockets of the United Bihar, Shibu Soren is one of the

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Alice Catherine Evans, the Pioneer of Safe Milk

#OpenMind Javier Yanes Alice Catherine Evans, the Pioneer Scientific journalism Certain modern trends can sometimes threaten the progress that science has brought

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First Ever Black-Owned Bank — The Founder Was Once a Slave!

The history of The Savings Bank of the Grand Fountain United Order of True Reformers tells a fascinating story

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Modi is a Mirage. Mirage Touch turned everything into dust

Modi is a mirage. In 2014, the thought of Modi to many was like a green oasis in the

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Bravery Under Burqa: An Ode to Shaheen Bagh – A Poetic Tribute to Shaheen Bagh & Ghanta Ghar’s women protesters by Frank Huzur

Frank Huzur's poetic tribute to brave hearts of #Shaheen_Bagh #Ghanta_Ghar in the editorial of February issue, Socialist Factor #Bravery_Under_Burqa They are

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Akhilesh inspires a Millennial Boost to Samajwadi Party in the New Year, signals more empowerment to Generation Y

One of the basic principles of democracy is equality. Universal suffrage or Adult Franchise is based on this very

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The Inspirational story of Indian AIDS Survivor Neil Biswas

Profile in Courage section of Socialist Factor this January issue is that of a tenacious AIDS survivor called Neil Biswas.

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Forming a Socialist Government: Akhilesh to Lead the Charge from UP.

Will India ever have a social democratic government?   We can address this question in two ways, with optimism and

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