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From Tuskegee to Flint--Biological Warfare at Home

“W” . . . as in Water; . . . as in “WMD”; . . . as in “WTF?”

By now, most Americans should have heard about the lead in Flint, Michigan’s water. 2,187 more words

History

Around the Tubes

It’s new comic book day! What are folks looking forward to this first week of new comics in 2016? While you contemplate that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web to entertain. 64 more words

Comic Books

Booker T. Washington's School and His Struggles

Booker T. Washington, educated ex-slave and advocate for the black race in the early years after slavery, was elected to establish and teach at a school in Tuskegee, Alabama. 330 more words

Autobiographies

Memorable Moments from Booker T. Washington

One of the most memorable moments was when he described the poor shanty in which he lived while still a slave with his mother and siblings. 266 more words

Autobiographies

ROUNDUP: Ruggs, Generals slam Smiths Station

Henry Ruggs III had 17 points, including several dunks, and Kendarius Hartwell 14 as the Generals (3-0) blew out Smiths Station 73-35.

Rod Scott and David Smith contributed 10 points each. 621 more words

News

ROUNDUP: Vason’s career high not enough for JD

Riverdale (TN) 83,

Jeff Davis 60

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Ahiyona Vason’s career-high 34 points weren’t enough to lift the Vols (3-1) on Friday.

Riverdale was led by Alexis Whittington’s 18 points. 259 more words

News

Week 6 - #38. Powerful

Construction began in 1969 on the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant, a nuclear power plant located 20 miles north of Chattanooga, abutting Chickamauga Lake, on the Tennessee River. 133 more words

52-Week Photo Challenge