It’s National Poetry Month! You are invited to listen in to a reading of poems from Mud Cloth Roots authored by mother-daughter poets Dr. V.S. Chochezi and Staajabu, which includes a back story of mud cloth.
Did you know that women disguised themselves as men so they could fight in the Civil War? Did you know that more people died in the Civil War than in World War II?
Four reenactors from the National Civil War Association – an educational non-profit – shared some interesting tidbits in this week’s podcast.
And, we visit Fort Donelson in Dover, Tennessee.