Hey - thanks for your comment! I think that’s a fair point. But, at least for me, the original article seemed less geared towards an earnest explanation, and more towards making it seem weird and exotic. Read more
I grew up in Tennessee and I had a similar experience. I see so many pics on Insta of people I knew growing up “discovering” the same food they used to tease me for!
(Sorry, I couldn’t resist. Just so excited to talk to another Crazy Ex-Girlfriend watcher!)
Thanks for your comment. I’m (genuinely) curious how you feel about some of the other examples, like Dr. James Marion Sims who is considered the father of a branch of medicine that we still use today, but accomplished that by taking advantage of enslaved black women? Read more
I was referring to the three women named by the NYC Parks folks on their website/in their plaques, but you’re right: there are many more women who we don’t know today who were subjected to Sims’ troubling, unethical, and cruel methods. Read more
Judging from some comments made on social media, it sounds like the people arrested knew that it was likely they were going to be arrested.
All valid questions worth asking all candidates! We had to edit this conversation down for this article because without some cuts it would’ve been so long people wouldn’t have likely made it through the whole thing. Still, I’d be curious if you asked these questions directly what answers you’d get - from Allred, or… Read more
Good catch - it was a typo. I’ve fixed in the story, and I appreciate you pointing it out!
Thanks for sharing this info!
Hmm - Can you share a screenshot of what the headline looks like to you? You can post it here or send to email@example.com. Genuinely curious.
Also an excellent point - hard to tell what’s happening here for sure.
Excellent eye! We’ll be updating the post. Thanks for pointing this out.