Easter Sunday was also Youth Sunday. Moving and wonderful.
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“Plantation” is a genteel euphemism for slave labor camp. Let’s change the history books to say so. Michael Todd Landis:
Why should we continue to employ wording that is biased, false, or laden with myth? Compromise, plantation, slave-owners, Union v. Confederacy, etc.: these phrases and many others obscure rather than illuminate; they serve the interests of traditionalists or white supremacists; they do not accurately reflect our current understanding of phenomena, thus they should be abandoned and replaced.
Via PNH’s Particles at Making Light
Cool, uncool, don’t care. This album: Makes. Me. Move. The man can play.
High Museum, Woodruff Arts Center.
First week of classes.
Aderhold Classroom Building.
Georgia State University.