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This is the grave of David Sarnoff. Born in 1891 in what is today Belarus, Sarnoff’s youth was like many Jewish families of the time. His father went to the U.S. alone, saved up money, and paid for his family to join him. David came over in 1900. They were poor. Sarnoff made extra money […]
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I thought this was a great point. One of the things that has been extraordinary is how little coverage there has been of the communities impacted by President Trump's immigration policies and rhetoric here in the US. So few Latinos speaking on TV, on the radio and in newspaper articles. — Lulu Garcia-Navarro (@lourdesgnavarro) November […]
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Few issues in recent history are more misunderstood than the anti-busing protests. Framed almost entirely as northern whites protesting to protect their communities and their local schools and widely seen as a complete failure today, Matthew Delmont demonstrates in his 2016 book Why Busing Failed a much more nuanced history. Delmont does not claim to […]
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Think about the photographs and videos you remember from 9/11. Now think about which ones you weren’t supposed to see. Is the taboo fading? A little over a year ago, I wrote a post for my (then class project) Sight of Suffering blog about the ethics of viewing bodies from the September 11th attacks. Nearly the whole […]
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