On Sunday, April 2 from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. PT) David Cline discussed his book “Twice Forgotten: African Americans and the Korean War, an Oral History.”
December 17, 2021. A collection of seventy oral histories, drawn from across the country, which examines the conflict as experienced by the approximately 600,000 Black men and women who served. It also includes narratives from other sources, including the Library of Congress’s visionary Veterans History Project. In their own voices, soldiers and sailors and flyers tell the story of what it meant, how it felt, and what it cost them to fight for the freedom abroad that was too often denied them at home.
April 23, 2017, Christiansburg, VA. I’ll be the featured speaker for the Annual Meeting of the Friends of the Library at the Christiansburg Public Library. I’ll be speaking about my book From Reconciliation to Revolution starting at 3 p.m. Hope to see you there. Copies of the book (University of North Carolina Press, 2016) will be available.
Here are some recent mentions of From Reconciliation to Revolution:
February 8, 2008. Before Roe v. Wade, somewhere between one and two million illegal abortions were performed every year in the United States. Illegal abortion affected millions of women and their families, yet their stories remain hidden. In Creating Choice , citizens of one community in Western Massachusetts’ Pioneer Valley break that silence.