This is a virtual cafe where all ideas are entertained all facts discerned, all topics discussed. And just because the proprietor has a passion for Christ, books, and the Acoustic guitar, that doesn't mean you can't veer wildly off into different subjects. So, come in, have a coffee (imported especially from Verble's finca in El Salvador), and talk about whatever you want.
Monday, February 24, 2020
Overheard at Booth 3: Without Sanctuary
I don't know who made or maintains this site, but this is an important one for the continuation of Black History. This is American history. This is who we are, not just who we were.
Sites like this are important to remember that lynching not only happened, it was also newsworthy when it happened, and for many Americans, a cause of celebration of their ability to suppress their fellow Americans.
Posted by zen and tao at 5:51 AM
Labels: Booth 3
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