Kaitlin Bennett, born 15 October 1995, is an American gun rights advocate, anti-abortion activist, and social media personality. Kaitlin Bennett doesn’t support any form of gun regulation. “A lot of millennial gun control advocates come from a place of emotion,” Bennett said. “They want people to stop dying from guns, and I agree with that. However, they just let their emotions override their logic.” Here’s Kaitlin Bennett Biography and Profile.
Snoop Dogg, multi-platinum artist, actor, philanthropist and entertainment icon Snoop Dogg was born 20 October 1971. Snoop Dogg collaborated with artists across all genres of music and defines music history. His most recent album (2018), Snoop Dogg Presents Bible Of Love, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Charts and his first offering in the Gospel music genre. Here’s Snoop Dogg Biography and Profile.
Gerry Adams, Irish Republican Politician, President of Sinn Féin, was born in West Belfast on 6 October 1948 into a family with close ties to both the trade union and republican movements. His father, Gerry senior, had been shot while taking part in an IRA attack on a police patrol in 1942 and was subsequently imprisoned. Here’s Gerry Adams Biography and Profile.
Michael Douglas (Michael Kirk Douglas) was born on September 25, 1944, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, to actor Kirk Douglas and his wife, Diana Dill. Michael Douglas landed his first leading man role in Romancing the Stone (1984), portraying Jack Colton, an Indiana Jones-type adventurer. This successful teaming of Douglas with Danny DeVito and Kathleen Turner led to a sequel, The Jewel of the Nile (1985). The three worked again in The War of the Roses (1989), a dark comedy about an ugly divorce. Here’s Michael Douglas Biography and Profile.
Esther Passaris (Esther Muthoni Passaris) was born on 20th October, 1964. She was born Esther Muthoni Rossana Passaris to a Greek father, Elefterious Passaris, and a Kikuyu-Dutch mother, Mary Wanjiku Joubert, in the coastal city of Mombasa. Here’s Esther Muthoni Passaris Biography and Profile.
Jomo Kenyatta (Mzee Jomo Kenyatta), born 20 October 1891, was a Kenyan anti-colonial activist and politician. He was a Kenyan anti-colonial activist and politician who governed Kenya as its Prime Minister from 1963 to 1964 and then as its first President from 1964 to his death in 1978. Here’s Jomo Kenyatta Biography and Profile.
Eleanor, born Anna Eleanor Roosevelt in New York October 11, 1884 , lost her mother Anna to diphtheria when she was eight. Where Franklin served in the state Senate from 1910 to 1913, Eleanor started her long career as political helpmate. She gained a knowledge of Washington and its ways while he served as Assistant Secretary of the Navy. Who was Anna Eleanor Roosevelt? Here’s Anna Eleanor Roosevelt Biography and Profile.
Wyclef Jean, who was born October 17, 1969, in Haiti but grew up and rose to fame as a singer with the Fugees in America, had launched his campaign in a blaze of publicity. Wyclef has been rewarded for his creativity and adventurousness with three Grammy Awards, a spot on the cover of Rolling Stone’s special “Top 50 Hip Hop Players,” and the opportunity to make music with such legends as Michael Jackson, Queen, Mick Jagger, Paul Simon, Earth, Wind & Fire, Kenny Rogers, and Tom Jones. Here’s Wyclef Jean Biography and Profile.
Jessica Rose Phillips, born on 9 October 1981, she was raised in Birmingham, Phillips received a comprehensive political education from her family, describing growing up with her father as “like growing up with Jeremy Corbyn”. Obsessed with politics from a young age, her childhood ambition was to be the Prime Minister. Who is Jess Phillips? Here’s Jess Phillips Biography and Profile.
Born in London in 1953, the daughter of immigrants, Diane Julie Abbott attended Harrow County grammar school, where she acted in a play opposite Michael Portillo, later to become a leading Conservative. After school, Ms Abbott went on on to Newnham College, Cambridge, graduating with a history degree. She then worked at the Home Office, followed by a stint as a civil liberties campaigner and some time as a breakfast TV reporter.