By Jayne Olorunda
Legacy is the real tale of the Olorunda family's fight opposed to racisim in Northern eire throughout the issues. In january 1980, Max Olorunda was once killed in an IRA bomb assault, abandoning a spouse and 3 babies of combined race. Legacy is their tale.
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But all these uses of the word "Christianity" from the vaguest to the most precise, do not apply to the tremendous business with which we are here concerned. The society of the ancient world was not changed from its antique attitude to that which it finally adopted in the 4th century (and continued thenceforward to spread throughout Europe) by any mood or opinion; it was transformed by adherence to the doctrine and discipline as well as the spirit and character of a certain institution; and that institution is historically known; it is a Personality which can be tested by certain indisputable attributes, practices and definitions.
All along the Rhine in a broad belt the citizens of the Empire spoke various Teutonic (that is Germanic) tongues, as they did presumably along the Danube, and certainly within the frontiers between the upper courses of those two rivers. In Asia Minor there were many idioms spoken, including a relic of Gaulish Celtic, remaining like a fossil from earlier Gallic invasions which had reached thus far eastward. The Delta and the Valley of the Nile were, as far as the population went, Coptic in speech, that is, using an idiom drawn from the ancient Egyptian tongue, though the ruling families spoke Greek.
It was present among the less civilized clans and tribes outside as well, it was everywhere. At first, no doubt, as in the case of our own wage system, it was mainly a domestic, familiar and tolerable thing; but it became, as Society grew, both more united and more complex; a mechanical and oppressive burden weighing upon the human spirit and giving a certain savor to those who were bondsmen , for all Society is affected by the spirit of any part thereof. Politically the organization of all that world was a general monarchy, the rules of the civil service of which were upon a model mainly taken from the immensely older, highly organized, very wealthy state of Egypt.
Legacy: A Story of Racism and Northern Ireland’s Troubles by Jayne Olorunda