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Girls and their Mothers

Busting the myth ‘like mother like daughter’ is Scottish photographer Kim Simpson. Showcasing in East Kilbride Central Library – from May 28 to June 30 – Simpson’s exhibition, … 667 more words

Visual Arts

"The Ugly Truths America Hides From Itself": 'Roots' Kindles In Us The Courage To Confront The History That Made Us

Everything was different, the day after.

If you are a child of the millennium, if you’ve never known a world without 500 networks, it may be difficult for you to get this. 673 more words

Racism

Black History Month helps students across campus understand heritage

As students get settled into their new semester, several organizations on campus want to be a resource for another education: one on Black History Month, also known as African American History Month. 703 more words

Salisbury University

Jonell Nash

35. Jonell Nash (1942-2015) died last year at the age of 72. Nash was born in Louisiana, and raised in Detroit. She learned cooking from her parents, including not just the recipes and techniques, but also their commitment to quality. 601 more words

Black History Month

Black History Month reading list: the best books this February

From rediscovered greats by Octavia Butler to the sixth novel from a prodigious talent, theres a lot to get excited about this month

What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours by Helen Oyeyemi… 1,748 more words

Seattle News

Lucille Bishop Smith

33: Lucille Bishop Smith (1892-1985). I first learned about Lucille from Toni Tipton-Martin’s The Jemima Code blog. About the same time that Quaker Oats was cranking out this sort of demeaning stuff… 454 more words

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The Story of Beautiful Girl

Every once in awhile, a novel comes along with the power to significantly change one’s perspective while simultaneously being a beacon of hope for people who have been forgotten, who are disenfranchised and who remain on the fringes of society. 1,207 more words