Global Foundation to Upgrade Underserved Primary and Secondary Schools

Educate to Uplift, Elevate and Create Self-reliance
"Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacle which one has overcome while trying to succeed" Booker T Washington


  • 9-4-2019

Prepared by Dr. Sarah Namukoa, a Kenyan native, for GFUUPSS, and a commentary on humans who
impact the world, by Caleb Page, CEO, Global Foundation to Upgrade Undeserved Primary and
Secondary Schools (GFUUPSS) A recommended reading for children and adults.

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We chose these small sampling of humans to show the positive and negative impacts
humans have had on our planet and societies at large. The irony is that humans descended from the
same ancient gene, place of origin, and the same “parent” Lucy. However, their mark on society
ranged from being visionary, compassionate, but despotic dictators and murderers of humans.
What are the genetic components which contributed to human behavioral differences, the
behavioral differences that geneticists and social scientists should investigate? Perhaps if we
understand the differences, we would learn how to cope with each other regardless of where we live.
Professor Jim Li (see video in video references) wisely pointed out that although “humans are not so
different from each other.” We are all of the same origins.



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