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As protests disrupt our routine, Frederick Douglass's words re...

RE CHANGE is needed, but some protests don't help: I wonder how many stories there were on Sunday, March 7, in 1965 in Selma, Ala., that were similar to the one Kevin Cullen highlighted in his column last Sunday? Were there no ambulances trying to ... Boston Globe, 1 week ago
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First Nighter: Frederick Douglass, Simon Wiesenthal and Mat Smart's 'Naperville' on Stages

Phil Darius Wallace, with director and co-creator Melania Levitsky, has given himself a plum role in Self Made Man: The Frederick Douglass Story , at the Arclight. Perhaps he noticed one day that if he had a full beard, he would resemble portraits ...
 Huffington Post2 months ago Theater Review (NYC Off-Broadway): Self Made Man: The Frederick Douglass Story  Blogcritics.org2 months ago

Students Walk Down The Road to Freedom

Students honored the memories of Martin Luther King, Jr., Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, and other civil rights activists January 21 through Key Arts Productions' performance of "The Road to Freedom." The show is part of the University's ...
 Noodls2 days ago

Civil War scholar discusses lives of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln

News Release — Vermont Humanities Council January 14, 2015 Contact: Sylvia Plumb, Director of Communications, 802.262.1354 Part of First Wednesdays at Manchester's First Congregational Church: A Free Lecture Presented by Vermont Humanities ...
 VTDigger.org6 days ago Vermont Humanities Council event: Dartmouth professor shares story of Jefferson's Monticello  VTDigger.org1 month ago

Plantation museum features sufferings endured by Louisiana's slaves

A sample museum house of US civil rights pioneer Frederick Douglass, known as Cedar Hill, is pictured 06 March 2007 in Washington, DC. — AFP pic WALLACE, Lousiana, Jan 17 — Life-size sculptures of slave children haunt the clapboard church on the ...
 Malay Mail2 weeks ago

One kick away from the D.C. United stadium

By Douglas Barnes, Tod Lindberg and David Rusk, The writers are co-chairs of District Citizens United for a Soccer Stadium, an independent grass-roots group. As committed soccer fans, were delighted that the D.C. Council is poised to give ...
 Washington Post1 month ago
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Moscow 57 Blows into February with a Blizzard of Celebrations and Special Events

Moscow 57, the Russian Central Asian restaurant and live music venue on Delancey Street on New York's Lower East Side celebrates its first anniversary on February 5th and plans a month of diverse and exciting events -- it's a Cirque du Moscow 57. ...
 Benzinga.com7 hours ago
Philadelphia Magazine

It's Time to End Black History Month

A version of this article ran in February, 2012 . Despite being the self-described Angriest Black Man in America , I agree with many whites who argue that Black History Month should be abolished. But we agree for totally different reasons. ...
 Philadelphia Magazine1 day ago The History of Black History Month  Dissident Voice1 day ago Clemson University to celebrate Black History Month  Clemson University3 days ago Monrovia Historical Museum to Honor Abolitionists for Black History Month  Sierra Madre Weekly1 week ago
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In the Bronx, finding hidden ties to Washington

By , In 1981, the year Steve and I left New York, they made a movie about the place we grew up: Fort Apache, the Bronx. It was a violent cop drama. The South Bronx wasn't pretty, it wasn't safe, and it wasn't where we wanted to be. Fast ...
 Washington Post1 day ago In SoBro, finding hidden ties to iconic Washington  Washington Post2 days ago

Mixed income public housing: mixed outcomes, mixed-up concept

Mixed-income developments replace Chicago's Cabrini-Green Homes: Old Town Village West townhouses rise in front of the last remaining towers (since demolished) in this 2009 photograph. Author provided For decades, public housing stood as the ...
 Architecture & Design2 days ago
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