Esther Helm and I will be continuing our dialogue on exclusivism and inclusivism this week.
Leaving Ryland’s name while [memorializing] the people he enslaved adjacent to that building is a choice to metaphorically enshrine Ryland’s power over them in perpetuity.
I too did not bring a sled to campus, but I found that cardboard from old boxes works very well.
The film felt like a documentary at times, and that’s because the film is filled with real-life nomads with no acting experience.
“What’s Going On” is not only a protest album in reaction to the instability of the time but also a protest to the Motown sound.