I'm a big fan of Robert Krulwich - a great storyteller. On NPR he has a show called Radiolab. This week's story is about the history of football. However, in Krulwich tradition, the story has a very unique angle. I always listen to podcasts on my phone, but since I cannot link to your phone, here's the site.
Here's a wonderful presentation by Robert Krulwich.
As I did my research, I was amazed at the number of followers many sites had on Twitter and Facebook. These two Twitter sites have 2.2-million and 1.49-million followers. Click on them and take a peek.
The Civil Rights Restorative Justice Project is working to document every racially motivated killing in the American South between 1930 and 1970. So far, they've documented about 350 cases. Most of the crimes received little attention when they were committed, and often, even the family members of the victims don't know how their relatives died.
To learn more about it, listen to the NPR report.
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