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Our Grandparents’ Civil Rights Era: Family Letters Bring History to Life
Listening to them marvel, seeing them orient themselves suddenly on a timeline that stretched between generations, inspiration struck. “You know,” I said, “we could write letters to our grandparents, asking them to share their memories of the Civil Rights Movement.” If the children could connect their learning in the classroom to their lives outside of school, and see that the Civil Rights Movement’s crescendo wasn’t so long ago, they might begin to better understand the continuing reverberations, the work that remains to be done.
The Ways Poetry can Improve Your Prose
In honor of National Poetry Month and Poem In Your Pocket Day, here are Grant Faulkner’s 10 reasons prose writers should read — and hopefully write — poetry.Read more