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Lynching in Maryland

“Between 1920 and 1938, the NAACP flew a flag outside its headquarters on Fifth Avenue in New York City. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS AND NAACP” “What do we know about these racist attacks and how should we confront this horrific history today?” … Continue reading

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Making a difference in the world

[This blog post was inspired by the county board of education decision to eliminate creative writing as part of the creative and performing arts program at our local middle school. For local people, here is the link to the petition to … Continue reading

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Rain and Wind, but no Fire or Pestilence!

After visiting Cleveland, Ohio, four times this summer to sell Canoedling in Cleveland, we began our fall festival schedule close to home at the New Carrollton Community Day on Saturday, September 12, 2015. The forecast called for RAIN all day, but the … Continue reading

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