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Flashback Friday: The Enduring Legacy Of “Strange Fruit”

A song made by a Jewish man and a black woman about Southern violence still resonates.   The events in Charlottesville last weekend has stuck in my mind in a way that few other incidents during this tumultuous administration have. I come from a southern family, though I was not born nor raised in “The […]
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