EVANSTON (CBS) — Eleanor Hill, 90, reads and writes poems about her grandfather, Anthony Crawford, to help her cope with his brutal death. He was a wealthy farmer and minister, who was lynched in Abbeyville, South Carolina in 1916. 202 more words
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As part of my series on Black History, I would like to discuss the “Father of Black Surgery,” Daniel Hale Williams.
Why is Daniel Hale Williams credited as being “one of the first physicians to perform open-heart surgery in the United States”? 1,929 more words
Just a quick reminder of our different menus across campus today, all honoring Black History Month:
“A Taste of Black History”
Hometown Station: Southern fried catfish, braised kale, green bean casserole with onions, and Southern red rice… 45 more words