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'So God made a Cajun'

A nice video tribute to the ‘Cajun Navy’, a volunteer group who tirelessly rescued people in urgent need of rescuing after the severe flooding in Louisiana… 253 more words

Ethnonationalism

Bessie

Charlie Vincent with his son John Franklin

Christine (L) and Sammie Marcella (R) with their grandmother

Cleophus Lutrull, Bessie’s second husband

Her full name was: Bessie Ophelia Onie Vee Onie Kee Onie Bee John C. 533 more words

People & Places

Marked Tree

From the hot, flat cotton fields of eastern Arkansas to a lifetime of forgettable, low-wage paying jobs in garment factories in Memphis and St. Louis, my mother’s life was defined by struggle. 696 more words

People & Places

Southern Fried Austen

Crazy

After Lizzy finished her evening gown walking session with Penny Clay, she, Darcy, and Jane met Charlie at the consignment shop. Charlie was grinning, pointing at the sign. 1,954 more words

Humor

Quote of the day

“The aim of every artist is to arrest motion, which is life, by artificial means and hold it fixed so that a hundred years later, when a stranger looks at it, it moves again since it is life. 52 more words

Writing

Southern Fried Austen

Dumb as …

After lunch, Darcy drove Lizzy and Jane back to Crowns R Us. Before they went into the building, he got a satchel from his trunk. 2,059 more words

Humor