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On Tuskegee | Amelia Boynton Robinson, Tuskegee University '27

Tuskegee is my heart. Nothing is as dear to me as Tuskegee.

Amelia Boynton Robinson (1911-2015) Educator and Civil Rights Activist


Just How Important is Memory to Older Driver Safety?

We’ve all done it; gotten ourselves lost while traveling to an unfamiliar area, or even losing our car in a crowded parking lot.  Some of us (myself included) have even gotten lost while using a GPS.  1,459 more words

Beyond Driving With Dignity


In P.G. Wodehouse’s The Code of the Woosters, Bertie uses the word “Eulalie” to turn his inflated and threatening opponent, Spode, into a concordious second. 353 more words

Tuskegee Airmen Robbed

“That area also is near where a 93-year-old veteran who was part of the Tuskegee Airmen — black World War II pilots — was the victim of crimes twice within a few minutes Sunday, being robbed and then having his car stolen.” 470 more words

"The New Yorker" in Tuskegee, 1965

Fifty years ago this week, The New Yorker ran a lengthy treatment of voting rights struggles in Tuskegee, Alabama with the seriously understated title “A Break with Tradition.” 1,649 more words


Health and Human Services

Welcome back to another exciting week of pharmaceutical research involving any and all information I find while I’m researching my manuscript topic. I have started work in tandem with some colleagues on a different research project for other aspects of depression. 287 more words