Lest We Forget-Historical is a podcast that explores the historical events and patterns that civilization keeps repeating, and the challenges that we face as human beings who have not evolved much since our primal days.
The conversation delves into the challenges his father faced when he remarried a non-Jewish woman, offering profound insights into the importance of preserving family history, confronting anti-Semitism, and fostering respect amid diverse beliefs.
As Betsy was reading “A Gilded Drowning Pool,” She couldn’t help but feel as if I were in the room with Val and Rod DeVere, a testament to Cecelia’s ability to transport her readers into the heart of her narratives.
Looking for individuals with a passion for history or an interest in discussing current events to join Lillian Cauldwell as a guest host for the “Lest We Forget Historical” series. Whether you’re a history enthusiast or someone with valuable insights into current affairs,…
They discussed how Boston had the first civil rights movement, and the abolition movement, and how the women’s rights movement evolved from that, the school busing situation which caused much distress.
They discussed how important it is to know and share our family history, and to have our loved one’s voices recorded and placed in a safe digital platform! Daniel gave a great idea for people to record birthday messages that loved ones can…
How soon we forget. How could the PGA defend this? A boycott of the PGA is a good course of action for sports fans.
Why is there no media coverage when a person of color goes missing or a Native American?
Eli believes that man should turn back to nature to avoid his inner nature, yin, and yang, masculine vs. feminine, and that by learning to meditate could avoid man’s thirst for war and dominion.
The propaganda that was in magazines and newspapers about Native American children not being wanted by their parents was horrible!