Monthly Archives: September 2016

Stunning Images at National Museum of African American History and Culture

By Lillian Williams As widely reported, President Obama dedicated the new National Museum of African American History and Culture on Sept. 25 with poet Langston Hughes’ words:”I, too, am America.” The president spoke before some 7,000 persons gathered on the National Mall, exhorting: “African … Continue reading

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Covering the Gap: Learning from experts in the fields of economics, political science and urban policy.

In Ferguson, Missouri, a gathering of concerned citizens and business owners on the main business strip in August, 2016. By Lillian Williams Why is an October “Covering the Gap: The Impact of Economic Inequality” workshop, sponsored by the McCormick Foundation, … Continue reading

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