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Black Correspondents Cover World War II

Here’s an interesting read. In this short ebook,  Race Goes To War,  Antero Pietila and Stacy Spaulding offer a fascinating glimpse into black newspaper journalism in World War II and black reporters’ struggles for racial equality: In World War II, … Continue reading

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The great canoe race . . .

Chapter 2 of Canoedling in Cleveland is entitled, “Racing Randy.” Protagonist Jeff and friend Randy are pitted against each other in a swimming race across Hinckley Lake near Cleveland where swimming is prohibited. It’s all to impress Lori, their companion adventurer. … Continue reading

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