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A Historical Framing of Bonnie and Clyde

On the 23rd of 1934, Dallas outlaws and robbers Bonnie Elizabeth Parker and Clyde Chestnut Barrow were ambushed by police and killed in Bienville Parish, Black Lake, Louisiana. 858 more words

History

"All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth."*...

From his office at the Farm Security Administration (FSA) in Washington, D.C., Roy Stryker saw, time and again, the reality of the Great Depression, and the poverty and desperation gripping America’s rural communities.

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Man With Two Faces - Decopunk and Self-Reflection

An unexpected perk of writing is meeting other writers and learning what’s behind the tales they tell. One of the perks of this blog is that sometimes I get to share those stories with other readers. 1,211 more words

Women And Writing

How a Hole Punch Shaped Public Perception of the Great Depression

From his office at the Farm Security Administration (FSA) in Washington, D.C., Roy Stryker saw, time and again, the reality of the Great Depression, and the poverty and desperation gripping America’s rural communities. 52 more words

The Fruits of Graft - Great Depressions Then and Now

Wayne Jett, author of “Fruits of Graft”, interviewed by Sarah Westall in an eight part (video) series to discuss in depth the amazing history of events and actions leading up to the Great Depression. 75 more words

Tyranny

What would your mother do? Share.

What can one mom even do to make a difference?

We moms need to know this.

Here’s the next part of a short series about all the huge little things moms do. 307 more words

Inspiring