Berrien Springs Pickle Festival Tomorrow
Man Goes Missing At Pier 33 In St. Joseph
New Director Hired For Lincoln Township Library
Michigan Works To Hold Expungement Resource Fair
SWM Real Estate Market Slowed A Bit In May
Study Looking At Jail Racial Disparity
Nearly 10,000 Diapers Donated To Health Department This Week

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RSS Blog: Letters From An American

  • July 2, 2022
    Summer 1964 was known as the “Freedom Summer.” Americans, Black and white, southern and northern, eager to defend the right of all Americans to vote, planned to register Black people for the upcoming election. Because only 6.7% of Black Mississippians were registered, Mississippi became a focal point. Under Bob Moses, a New York City teacher […]
    Heather Cox Richardson
  • July 1, 2022
    It has been a very long seven days, a week that will certainly show up in the history books. What may not make such a splash in the books, though, is how freaking exhausting it is to be living through this moment. I, anyway, am ready for a good night's sleep.
    Heather Cox Richardson
  • June 30, 2022
    Today at noon, Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in as the first Black female justice on the Supreme Court. Before Justice Brown took her oath, the court also signaled the end of the federal government as we know it. In the past, the Supreme Court has operated on the basis of “stare decisis,” which literally […]
    Heather Cox Richardson