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President’s House and Slavery Memorial – Second Anniversary

December 15th, 2012, marked the second anniversary of the grand opening of the President’s House and Slavery Memorial at Independence National Historic Park (INHP) in  Philadelphia. Two Presidents, George Washington (1790 – 1797) and John Adams (1797 – 1800), occupied the house which … Continue reading

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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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