Tag: “Raleigh, NC”

Discovering How Literature and Art Place Demands on Us

From reading Crime and Punishment as a high school senior and the Depression-era masterpieces Absalom, Absolom! and Let Us Now Praise Famous Men in college, Gil Greggs describes…

How Korean Fan Dancing Helped Me Connect with My Adopted Son

As a middle-aged American Caucasian woman with an adopted son from South Korea, I had a longing to understand my son’s heritage and feel more connected to him….

Haute Couture: Fashion Fair and the Empowerment of the Black Community

I recall flipping through Ebony magazine as a child in the 80s and often seeing pictures of Fashion Fair models. It didn’t dawn on me then how the…