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In honor of Black History and Women’s History months, 2 Dope Sistahs will be posting photos of our visits to historical sites on Foto Fridays. This week’s pictures are from Battle Creek, Michigan, where anti-slavery and women’s rights activist Sojourner Truth lived for more than twenty years. 207 more words
Many times in the past few years I have made the statement that “I am living my dream” or that I am employed in my “dream job.” This was certainly true when I interned at the… 870 more words
Everyone on the planet knows the story of WWII, the war that sent the whole world into chaos resulting in the loss of millions of live, both military and civilian. 1,110 more words
Nothing is better than a book – except maybe a cycling book. And here’s one now!
The Monuments by Peter Cossins details the history of the five hardest one-day races in the cycling calendar – Milan–Sanremo, the Tour of Flanders, Paris–Roubaix, Liège–Bastogne–Liège and the Tour of Lombardy. 33 more words