This blog is intended as a reply to my friend and fellow historian Nick Sacco and his blog, “What Does it Mean to Come to Terms With the History of American Slavery?” I encourage others to reply, too! As Nick… Read More ›
Confederate Flag debates distract from bigger examples of racism.
As I have written about already, my class of four (five counting me) in African American History was absolutely outstanding. I’ll write more about it soon, too. I wanted to share part of Tim’s project, and lucky for you (!),… Read More ›
The problem relates to historical memory.
Exploring slavery, memory, and history in the Haiku medium.
My students are beginning to really focus in on their argumentative research papers for the semester. They have the option to write on anything that is in anyway related to Black History. I asked them to post a quick blog… Read More ›
Today is Texas Independence Day. Woohoo, right? Well, not so fast. Texas Independence was accomplished through deaths and injuries on both sides and ideas of superiority on both sides, although especially on the Texian side with their ideologies from the United… Read More ›