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I attended the viewing for legendary Trinity Girls’ basketball coach Harry DeFrank in 2007. I waited in line for over two hours with friends and admirers to share my sympathies with Coach DeFrank’s family. I asked a few people, including my brother, To...Read Full Post »
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Motivated by the discovery of the previously unknown journal kept by New York abolitionist and newspaper editor Sydney Howard Gay, Eric Foner has composed the foremost work about the Underground Railroad. In his recent book, Gateway to Freedom: The Hidden History of the Underground Railroad, published by W. W. Norton in January...Read Full Post »
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During Black History Month 2011, I wrote an opinion piece advocating for schools to invest time teaching about William Howard Day. The article appeared in the Patriot-News (Harrisburg) and Lancaster Sunday News. Here is the article.