“[Tubman] is a woman who spent her life destroying slavery[.] It’s a reminder about the relationship between history, capitalism and capital in this country. If we put her on the [$20] bill uncritically, that’s a grave disservice to her legacy.”
Fitting the Bill | L&S News
Before big farms, this plant alone could feed many people… Grandmothers said these turnips point towards each other, so you’ll always know where the next one will be.
I missed this article back in October.
Thíŋpsiŋla: The Edible Bounty Beneath the Great Plains | Serious Eats
10 December 1967:
Redding is flying up from Saturday night shows in Cleveland in the well-used green-and-white Beechcraft 18 airplane he had just bought for $78,000.
Madison In The Sixties – The Death Of Otis Redding | WORT 89.9 FM
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