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  • Why we should honor a woman on the $20 bill

    Why we should honor a woman on the $20 bill
    What's one thing all the cash in your wallet has in common? The face of an old, white man.
  • Finding Harriet Tubman's spirit

    Finding Harriet Tubman's spirit
    March is a good month to think about the new Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Monument in Eastern Maryland, the first national park site named after an African American woman. Harriet was born in March, made up her mind to flee slavery in...

    Wheelchair doesn't stop nurse as she ministers to prisoners

    RALEIGH, N.C. Latisha Anderson calls herself an "RN on wheels," a healer who uses a wheelchair, a caretaker who rolls among the sick. Skeptics told her she would never make it as a paraplegic nurse turning patients, drawing blood and navigating the fast-...


    Sunday, March 22 Concert series Congregation Kneseth Israel presents "Moments of Clarity," featuring sopranos Katherine Riddle and Melanie Anderson accompanied by pianist Diane Kinsley, at 4 p.m. at 1125 Spa Road in Annapolis. There is a reception at 3:...

    Farmington Valley Chorale To Honor Civil War Anniversary

    Farmington Valley Chorale To Honor Civil War Anniversary
    FARMINGTON — One hundred and fifty years after the end of the Civil War, a local group is planning to celebrate the Farmington Valley's connections to the Abolitionist movement. The Farmington Valley Chorale is partnering with the Emerson...