20 Jan 2021 | 1

In a nice coincidence last week, I came via ‘social’ to learn about two cases of prominent figures of ‘Reconstruction’-era Black American history whose stories are being told by descendants — the first (below) via Nate’s work bringing attention to Black Catholic experience, the second accidentally, by way of unrelated search inquiry.

Cashin, I want to note, objects, mildly and very reasonably, to Politico’s choice of title.

My apologies for this, but something’s amiss with the comments function. I’ve had to disable it.

It’ll be back as soon as I can attend to it.

— pdb

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