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Liberty Bound

Image via: Icons of Liberty: Emancipation Proclamation. Alexander and Moritz Kann, Emancipation Proclamation (1863). Chromolithograph, 23 x 28 1/2. Library of Congress, Washington. This chromolithograph shows a classical allegory presided over by America with an American eagle by her side, … Continue reading

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Food culture and politics Denise Valentine, Storyteller Food 4 Thought – Mural of Notable Residents of Historic Germantown, Save-a-Lot, Chelten Plaza, Philadelphia, Photo (2-10-12) by Denise Valentine Topics Food Equity/ Food Security Germantown History Mural: “Notable” Residents Marketplace as Metaphor … Continue reading

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Had a Talk with George

Denise Valentine, Storyteller w/ General George Washington @ Re-enactment of the historic Battle of Germantown at Cliveden, the Estate of Benjamin Chew, Photo taken Oct 4, 2011 by Denise Valentine | http://www.denisevalentine.com I had a talk with General George Washington @ … Continue reading

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