Sermons in Stones

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February 21

There may come a year when February 21 passes without my remembering that my late ex-husband was born on this day, but this is not such a year. I think of him and how old he would be: 52 this year–so

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White liberals in the mid-1800s

Black History Month, day 16 At the time of its rediscovery in 1981, Our Nig was the earliest known novel written and published by a black woman in the United States. I learned about it at a lecture by

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Books Black History Month countering racism Harriet Wilson

Going home

Black History Month, day 15 Homegoing, by Yaa Gyasi, traces the history of two branches of a family, from the Asante woman Maame through her two daughters, who are unknown to each other, and their des

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Books Black History Month Yaa Gyasi

Beyond February

Black History Month, day 14 If people get anything from these posts, I hope it’s something like this: a list of things to read / learn / experience that is so extensive that they have to (and want to!

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Black History Month countering racism

Harbor Me, by Jacqueline Woodson–and an apology

Black History Month day 13 First, the apology. Several years ago, when Jacqueline Woodson won the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature for Brown Girl Dreaming, Daniel Handler (a.k.a. Lemo

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Books Black History Month Jacqueline Woodson