“There was a great deal of bussing for white students, but it was all walking for the Black children,“ Louis Benton recalled. ...Read more ›
Jan Ernst Matzeliger (Sept. 15, 1852 – Aug. 24, 1889) was a revolutionary in the shoe industry with the invention of the lasting machine.
Jan Ernst Matzeliger (Sept. 15, 1852 – Aug. 24, 1889) was a revolutionary in the shoe industry with the invention of the lasting machine. ...Read more ›
Matthew “Bud” Waters of Bud’s Shoe Repair Shop ...Read more ›
Walking is a great way to get the 150 minutes of moderate exercise we all need every week for good health, but if you want to raise the bar, consider jogging. ...Read more ›
Augusta, Georgia radio host, Austin Rhodes, is against renaming the John C. Calhoun expressway. During his February 7, 2018 radio show, Rhodes suggested John C. Calhoun, a slave owner and staunch defender of slavery, is no worse than James Brown because of his well publicized misbehavior. ...Read more ›
Again, Miramar’s “Management” team resists the request by its residents to install police dashcams and equip our officers with body cams. ...Read more ›
In the era of slavery, some voices used the Bible to justify the capture and sale of human beings, arguing that “God set different Orders and Degrees of Men in the World … some to be High and Honorable, … some to be born Slave, and so to remain during their lives.” ...Read more ›