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Nowhere is a Place, Maryland's Civil War Photographs, The Bubbly Black girl, and Red Sammy
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Author Bernice L McFadden explains how she used her own family tree as inspiration for the book, Nowhere is a Place, a novel about slavery and racial inequality that spans six generations of American history
We talk with Ross Kelbaugh about Maryland’s Civil War Photographs: The Sesquicentennial Collection, the largest collection of Maryland-related Civil War photographs ever published.
A serious identity crisis gets an ironically peppy treatment in Stillpointe Theatre Initiative’s musical production, The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds her Chameleon Skin.
Plus: A new collaboration between poet Steve Matanle and the Baltimore band Red Sammy