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- Throughline, the podcast, uncovers the connection between tipping and the post-Civil War era (NPR Throughline).
- Jessica Pearce Rotondi discusses how World War I led to the demise of the corset (History).
- The story of the Scottsboro Nine and the injustice they suffered is explored by Alice George (Smithsonian Magazine).
- William Thomas Jeffers and Jessica Injejikian chronicle Bonnie Cone's role in founding UNC Charlotte in their newest book, Jewel in the Crown: Bonnie Cone and the Founding of UNC Charlotte (UNC Press).
- Women's War: Fighting and Surviving the American Civil War, Stephanie McCurry's newest book, uncovers the active roles that women played in the Civil War (Harvard University Press).
- Holly A. Pinheiro, Jr. discusses the connections between Black families and pension applications in the post-Civil War era (Black Perspectives).
- James Newberry describes the work being done in Acworth, Georgia to create a permanent exhibit exploring the city's Black community (History@Work).
- Maya Angelou's life is explored by The History Chicks podcast (The History Chicks).