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aretha franklin says she's retiring: 'i feel very, very enriched and isfied'


the queen of soul is calling it a w . well, sort of. in an interview with the television station wdiv in her hometown of detroit, aretha franklin, 74, said she’ll retire this year after the release of a new album. “i feel very, very enriched and isfied with respect to where my career e...






aretha franklin says she’s retiring: ‘i feel very, very enriched and isfied’


the queen of soul is calling it a w . well, sort of. in an interview with the television station wdiv in her hometown of detroit, aretha franklin, 74, said she’ll retire this year after the release of a new album. “i feel very, very enriched and isfied with respect to where my caree...






noam chomsky: explaining the 'collapse' that gave us donald trump


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071120'; click here for reuse options! noam chomsky interviewed by kenneth palmer and richard yarrow. noam chomsky is a philosopher, social critic, political activist, and pioneering linguist. having served as a professor at the m achusetts institute of technology since 1955, chomsky is the author of dozens of books, with his most recent book, who rules the world?, published in 2016. chomsky spoke with hir editors kenneth palmer and richard yarrow about his reflections on politics in the west, and what issues he thinks it has failed to properly address.what would you consider the origin of the rise in populist sentiments, illustrated by the referenda in the united kingdom and colombia and the ascent of trump in the uni






jim hightower: we need a revolution on our plates


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071419'; click here for reuse options! "farm policy hasn’t come up even once in a presidential debate for the past 16 years." during the farm crisis of the 1980s, an iowa farmer asked if i knew the difference between a family farmer and a pigeon. when i said no, he delighted in explaining: “a pigeon can still make a deposit on a new john deere.”that’s funny–except, of course, it really wasn’t. worse, the bitter reality of the tractor joke is still true: the farm crisis has not gone away, though hundreds of thousands of farm families have. the economic devastation in farm country continues unabated as agribusiness profiteers, wall street speculators, urban sprawlers, and corrupted political elites squeeze the l






how slaves reacted to their appraisals: traumatic u.s. history of slave auctions


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071188'; click here for reuse options! a new book asks important questions about slaves’ perspectives on their auctions, including an enslaved father who fought to buy his son at auction. excerpted from the price for their pound of flesh: the value of the enslaved, from womb to grave, in the building of a nation by daina ramey berry (beacon press, 2017). reprinted with permission from beacon press.chapter 3: adolescence, young adulthood, and soul valuesaverage appraised values:females: $517 ($15,189 in 2014); males: $610 ($17,934 in 2014)average sale prices:females: $515 ($15,131 in 2014); males: $662 ($19,447 in 2014)they abolished the external or african slave trade, in 1808, the effect of which gave an impetus to the






how slaves reacted to their appraisals: traumatic u.s. history of slave auctions


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071188'; click here for reuse options! a new book asks important questions about slaves’ perspectives on their auctions, including an enslaved father who fought to buy his son at auction. excerpted from the price for their pound of flesh: the value of the enslaved, from womb to grave, in the building of a nation by daina ramey berry (beacon press, 2017). reprinted with permission from beacon press.chapter 3: adolescence, young adulthood, and soul valuesaverage appraised values:females: $517 ($15,189 in 2014); males: $610 ($17,934 in 2014)average sale prices:females: $515 ($15,131 in 2014); males: $662 ($19,447 in 2014)they abolished the external or african slave trade, in 1808, the effect of which gave an impetus to the






how slaves reacted to their appraisals: traumatic u.s. history of slave auctions


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071188'; click here for reuse options! a new book asks important questions about slaves’ perspectives on their auctions, including an enslaved father who fought to buy his son at auction. excerpted from the price for their pound of flesh: the value of the enslaved, from womb to grave, in the building of a nation by daina ramey berry (beacon press, 2017). reprinted with permission from beacon press.chapter 3: adolescence, young adulthood, and soul valuesaverage appraised values:females: $517 ($15,189 in 2014); males: $610 ($17,934 in 2014)average sale prices:females: $515 ($15,131 in 2014); males: $662 ($19,447 in 2014)they abolished the external or african slave trade, in 1808, the effect of which gave an impetus to the






how slaves reacted to their appraisals: traumatic u.s. history of slave auctions


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071188'; click here for reuse options! a new book asks important questions about slaves’ perspectives on their auctions, including an enslaved father who fought to buy his son at auction. excerpted from the price for their pound of flesh: the value of the enslaved, from womb to grave, in the building of a nation by daina ramey berry (beacon press, 2017). reprinted with permission from beacon press.chapter 3: adolescence, young adulthood, and soul valuesaverage appraised values:females: $517 ($15,189 in 2014); males: $610 ($17,934 in 2014)average sale prices:females: $515 ($15,131 in 2014); males: $662 ($19,447 in 2014)they abolished the external or african slave trade, in 1808, the effect of which gave an impetus to the






how slaves reacted to their appraisals: traumatic u.s. history of slave auctions


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071188'; click here for reuse options! a new book asks important questions about slaves’ perspectives on their auctions, including an enslaved father who fought to buy his son at auction. excerpted from the price for their pound of flesh: the value of the enslaved, from womb to grave, in the building of a nation by daina ramey berry (beacon press, 2017). reprinted with permission from beacon press.chapter 3: adolescence, young adulthood, and soul valuesaverage appraised values:females: $517 ($15,189 in 2014); males: $610 ($17,934 in 2014)average sale prices:females: $515 ($15,131 in 2014); males: $662 ($19,447 in 2014)they abolished the external or african slave trade, in 1808, the effect of which gave an impetus to the






how slaves reacted to their appraisals: traumatic u.s. history of slave auctions


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071188'; click here for reuse options! a new book asks important questions about slaves’ perspectives on their auctions, including an enslaved father who fought to buy his son at auction. excerpted from the price for their pound of flesh: the value of the enslaved, from womb to grave, in the building of a nation by daina ramey berry (beacon press, 2017). reprinted with permission from beacon press.chapter 3: adolescence, young adulthood, and soul valuesaverage appraised values:females: $517 ($15,189 in 2014); males: $610 ($17,934 in 2014)average sale prices:females: $515 ($15,131 in 2014); males: $662 ($19,447 in 2014)they abolished the external or african slave trade, in 1808, the effect of which gave an impetus to the






how slaves reacted to their appraisals: traumatic u.s. history of slave auctions


var icx_publication_id = 18566; var icx_content_id = '1071188'; click here for reuse options! a new book asks important questions about slaves’ perspectives on their auctions, including an enslaved father who fought to buy his son at auction. excerpted from the price for their pound of flesh: the value of the enslaved, from womb to grave, in the building of a nation by daina ramey berry (beacon press, 2017). reprinted with permission from beacon press.chapter 3: adolescence, young adulthood, and soul valuesaverage appraised values:females: $517 ($15,189 in 2014); males: $610 ($17,934 in 2014)average sale prices:females: $515 ($15,131 in 2014); males: $662 ($19,447 in 2014)they abolished the external or african slave trade, in 1808, the effect of which gave an impetus to the