“I thought using the iconic Statue of Liberty was important because for immigrants it has always been such a powerful symbol of the American Dream and the chance to have a fair and fresh new start. Many immigrants came from poverty and unfair circumstances and the statue symbolize freedom and hope. Go vote and don’t […]
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Center for Brooklyn History Talks in the Othmer | Legacy of Blackness: Perspectives on Family, Race, and Identity Nabil Ayers only met his famous father, jazz musician Roy Ayers, a handful of times. Raised by a white, Jewish mother, Ayers shares his personal journey in his recent book, My Life in the Sunshine. Ayers is led in conversation […]
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Palmer, Alfred T, photographer. Operating a hand drill at Vultee-Nashville, woman is working on a “Vengeance” dive bomber, Tennessee
. Nashville Tennessee United States, 1943. Feb. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2017878540/.