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Trace L Hentz
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mosaic artist- author- blogger- publisher
mosaic artist- author- blogger- publisher

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slowly but surely we will move all the posts here on wordpress (if it will work successfully) to blogger   go look: http://www.thebigisms.com/ and we should be back full time blogging in 2019… Trace
moving our big isms blog
moving our big isms blog
thebigisms.wordpress.com
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We will be back, soon we hope.
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Alison Saar moves freely and seamlessly from the deeply personal to more political work, dealing with the history of race in America.  She has made work that speaks of her experience of becoming a mother, creating narratives about the African deity…
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Millions of visitors a year come to Niagara Falls. And many of them go to see the famous water crashing over the cliffs and not much else, observed Bill Bradberry, a native of the place and former city manager.  Many tourists, and even residents, don’t…
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Some 4,075 African Americans were lynched in 12 southern states between 1877 and 1950, according to the Equal Justice Initiative’s 2015 report, Lynching in America. Some were witnessed by big crowds who brought children and picnic baskets, as if at a…
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After surviving the Middle Passage, the captives were smuggled into Mobile under cover of darkness. By this time, the international slave trade had been illegal in the United States for 50 years, and the venture was rumored to have been inspired when one…
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Speaking at a memorial to the victims of lynching, the former vice-president warned of the disproportionate impacts of global warming… Al Gore, the former US vice-president turned climate change advocate, has warned that the deepening crisis of global…
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In remaining anonymous and absent from the “hero” narrative, the black residents of Flint have not been recognized as possessing the agency of non-black figures involved in the crisis. They figured into the national narrative almost exclusively as…
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In a series of interviews with participants, historians and modern-day counterparts, WNYC looks back at how historic moments in a pivotal year shaped our region. Source: 1968: 50 Years Later – WNYC News – WNYC
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ABORIGINAL PEOPLE HAVE A RIGHT TO PROTEST THE COMMONWEALTH GAMES AS STOLEN WEALTH Amy McQuire tears away the facade on the Commonwealth Games currently under way in Australia, on Queensland’s Gold Coast. Australia has a long history of presenting a sunny,…
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