The Collector
Published in

The Collector

COVID-19

Dr. Fauci Is Not the First

We Have a History of ‘Silencing the Inconvenient Scientific Voice’

Dr. Joseph J. Kinyoun, founder of the Hygienic Laboratory, which evolved into National Institutes of Health
Source: Wikipedia

During the San Fransico plague of 1900–1904, the Galilean tradition speaking the truth and making enemies within the administration was proven yet again.

Dr. Joseph James Kinyoun who first reported the plague was criticized, threatened, and…

--

--

--

The aim of this publication is to learn from our history and culture in order to understand the dynamics of politics and improve the current state of movements for feminism, racism, and LGBTQ

Recommended from Medium

2. Wheat Went Wrong?

The Language of the Unheard

History rhymes and then clears the fog

Night of the Lon

Bub’s Brewery

The Queen of the Dart Rises Again

A beautiful young woman wearing a crown and wings, with a giant flower beside her.

The Embedded Intellectuals

Independence Day

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Kamna Kirti

Kamna Kirti

Art enthusiast. I engage with art at a deep level. I also share insights about entrepreneurship, founders & nascent technologies. https://linktr.ee/kamnakirti

More from Medium

Could Jesus Have Been a Time Traveller?

X-Rays Exposed the Corset’s Lethality

How a Lesbian Couple Insulted Nazis With Their Paper Bullets

When society considered men to be men and women to be women, Schwob chose to be gender ambiguous and called herself by the name “Claude Cahun”. Claude in French could either be a man or a woman. Cahun was a French surrealist photographer and a creative artist. Sometimes she would shave her head, become bald and confront us with an uncompromising stare with a caption reading: “Que me veux-tu?” meaning “What do you want from me?”

River Thames in Literature