SOURCE: The Conversation
That Time Private US Media Companies Stepped in to Silence the Falsehoods and Incitements of a Major Public Figure … In 1938
by William Kovarik
"There’s not much that separates, on the one hand, the mad fanaticism that held Jews supposedly responsible for their own persecution in 1938 and, on the other, the fevered delusion of 2020."
Where Will the Culture of Internet Attacks Lead? Nazi Opponent Friedrich Kellner's Diaries Offer Warnings
by Robert Scott Kellner
The diary of a German Social Democrat and local official who observed and opposed the Third Reich offers a warning about today's unleashed online anger.
SOURCE: Washington Post
He Risked His Life Photographing the 1961 Freedom Riders. Theodore Gaffney Just Died from the Coronavirus at 92.
Theodore Gaffney eagerly signed up for an assignment where he found himself risking his life and documenting one of the most tumultuous 48 hours in civil rights history.
by Olivia B. Waxman
As captioning advocate Philip Bravin puts it, whenever people “watch captions in noisy environments such as gyms and bars, they have the deaf community to thank.”
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