In an opinion article in the Wall Street Journal, Tonja B. Carter explains how she found “Go Set a Watchman.”
The man accused in the Charleston shootings visited plantations, a slave port and a Confederacy museum.
The accused Charleston gunman made visits to plantations, a slave port and a Confederacy museum.
Jabari Asim, tonight at Busboys and Poet
Hemphill gallery mounts what may be a final show with the great Southern artist’s participation.
These Washington notables more share their number ones.
“Ashley’s War” tells the story of the first women in U.S. Military Special Ops
Eric Burns new history, “1920: The Year that Made the Decade Roar“
Richard Flanagan reads from “The Narrow Road to the Deep North” Sunday at Politics and Prose
She founded the SisterMentors program.