Monthly Archives: September 2016

Great American Road Trip: DocuCommentary

My newest Meet MythAmerica Youtube DocuCommentary is titled “Great American Road Trip.” The very first coast-to-coast cross-country auto trip in America was accomplished in 1903 by a hardy and intrepid traveler named Dr. Horatio Nelson Jackson. After Dr. Horatio proved … Continue reading

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Buck Rogers & Flash Gordon Go Grocery Shopping: DocuCommentary

My latest DocuCommentary video is now up on my Meet MythAmerica Youtube channel. Titled “Buck Rogers & Flash Gordon Go Grocery Shopping,” it is subtitled, “The Curious Saga of Clarence Saunders and His Keedoozles.” I have been fascinated for some … Continue reading

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Ruby’s Shoes

Today, September 8, is the anniversary of the birth of Ruby Bridges in 1954. In In honor of her birthday today, here’s a link to my short bio of her from my Meet MythAmerica website. She was such a BRAVE little … Continue reading

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We Need to Talk…

Bryan A. Stevenson is the founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative, a private, non-profit organization headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama, and is a professor at New York University School of Law. He has gained national acclaim for his … Continue reading

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Labor Day’s Roots: In Pullman Hell

This post is being written during America’s “Labor Day Weekend.” If you live in another country, you may assume that YOU may not know much about America’s Labor Day, but that American’s surely know where the holiday came from. Your … Continue reading

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