Two years ago, Washington Post journalist Paul Schwartzman drove war photographer Seamus Murphy and a quiet, black-haired, “poet/musician” […]
The 1965 World Series would prove groundbreaking. It marked the first time that two professional baseball teams from […]
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In a satirical take on the 1968 election, Jose Perez and Robert F. Patton produced The Nixon-Agnew Coloring […]
In 1925, General Robert Lee Bullard, Commander of the U.S.’s Second Army during WWI in Europe, retired and released a book of memoirs: Personalities and Reminiscences about the War. Bullard had enjoyed a fairly distinguished career in the military peaking during the Great War. Yet, like many of this day, he harbored prejudices; most notably his dismissive attitude toward African American soldiers.
LeDaya Epps grew up in foster care until adolescence. When she finished high school, bouncing from job to […]
“The man with the hoe is gone. Six hundred thousand of him left the fields of America last […]
It’s hard to think of a sport more awash in images of blonde blue eyed Californians than surfing. […]