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Two Independent Washington DC Newspapers Digitized

Two Washington DC independent newspapers have been digitized. “DC Public Library’s collections of the independent newspapers Unicorn Times and Quicksilver Times have been digitized and are now available in Dig DC. 22 more words

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Finding refuge from war

With a mix of the rainy-day, muted light coming in from the window and the fluorescent light above hitting their faces, the Saeed family shuffles into the Hampton United Church. 1,459 more words


Griebel, H.B. 1995. "The West African Origin of the African-American Headwrap."

Griebel, Helen Bradley. 1995. “The West African Origin of the African-American Headwrap.” Pp. 207-226 in Dress and Ethnicity: Change Across Space and Time, edited by Joanne B. 234 more words

Pop Culture


An opportunity to stop by the periodicals room in a well-stocked town library had me sensing something had shifted since my last visit. The room itself, at the heart of an 1884 building, is gorgeous, with tabletop reading lamps and much dark woodwork. 196 more words


All We Are Saying: Part 2 "The Rot in Arcadia"

[All We Are Saying: Part 1 “E Pluribus Unum”]

Go ahead and flash forward now. You’re back in Miami sitting with Sophie and Mike outside your tent. 2,416 more words


The way her fine bone china
ringed in gold blazes

she could name all the blossoms
that would turn the light apricot.

Even so, apricot blossoms… 17 more words


Transgender Boom

Since the boom of the transgender movement over a year ago, the transgender community has spread and become more accepting, as has the world. This is due to many factors, like the topics, actors, and actions related to the transgender movement. 796 more words