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Last updated 10/14/2020 at 4:37pm

Nicola Karesh and Jordan Kuck, assistant professor of history at Brevard College, recently went on a walking tour with his seminar students. They were interested in learning more about The African American Storyline Project, particularly the new historical markers and about how decisions were made regarding the text on the markers. (Photos by Nicola Karesh)

Community is like family and, as such, there will be members whose company you enjoy and others that have you wanting to head in the opposite direction. Either way, they are still your family, your people, your tribe, your community. And guess what? Every single person in that associated group, has distinct preferences, beliefs, feelings and opinions. Some you may share. Some you may not. They all have value, though – young or old, varying shades of colors and backgrounds, religious and political inclinations. It doesn't matter. At the end of the day, wherever you fall on the spectrum of...



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