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Author explores the legend of two friends fighting on opposite sides of a conflict

Author Tom McMillan on his book “Armistead and Hancock: Behind the Gettysburg Legend of Two Friends at the Turning Point of the Civil War”

By Merideth Bucher

Could inflation slow economic recovery?

New book provides insights into political gerrymandering

By Scott LaMar

Cybersecurity should be a huge priority after events of last few weeks

New book details how military vets recover with the help of nature

By Scott LaMar

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Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

New book details the importance of movement and music in battling brain disease

By Merideth Bucher

Smart Talk: Author Gretchen Sorin and her book Driving While Black — African-American Travel and the Road to Civil Rights

Cars gave blacks more freedom in the mid-20th Century, but also created more hurdles
By Scott LaMar

UPenn library acquires the papers of Ashley Bryan, a pioneering African American poet and artist known for children’s books

In 1962, Ashley Bryan was the first African American to publish a children’s book as an author and illustrator. He was also a pioneer in creating stories centered on children about African and African American history and culture.

By Peter Crimmins/WHYY