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A 20-Year Recollection

Dear Bruce, Thank you for sharing this poignant piece and reminding us of the grace and courage of our dear friend Kincey. Thinking of you all. Judy Sent from my iPad On Sep 10, 2021, at 2:17 PM, Bruce Potter … Continue reading

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EAHS-Classof1960 A 20-Year Recollection

Bruce, Thank you for sharing this with us! I will read it tonight when things are quite and I can take it all in! I confess, I didn’t know of Kincey’s struggle until just now! I can somewhat understand your … Continue reading

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A 20-Year Recollection

Thanks for sending this, Bruce. It’s great to hear Kincey’s voice again.

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PotterFamily A 20-Year Recollection

Wow, this is an amazing story, it really helps me feel what it must have felt like ‘on the ground’ in such a horrible situation. I’m so glad that Kincey was able to put this experience in such clear writing. … Continue reading

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A 20-Year Recollection

Dear friends — As anyone knows, tomorrow, 9/11/2021, is the 20th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center. As most of the addressees know, in 2001, Kincey Potter was working in tower number two, consulting on a new … Continue reading

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The Twelve Seasons of Maryland

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New concept: “Graphic News”

“Pearls Before Swine” goes documentary . . . .

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The Atlantic — Behind the Big Lie by Jane Mayer

[couple of gaps below] The Atlantic Behind the Big Lie Donald Trump’s attacks on democracy are being promoted by rich and powerful conservative groups that are determined to win at all costs. By Jane Mayer August 2, 2021 Bill Gates, … Continue reading

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Fair Play . . . . or less. From The Smithsonian Magazine

On-line at: < https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/why-are-jim-thorpes-olympic-records-still-not-recognized-130986336/?utm_source=smithsoniandaily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20210715-daily-responsive&spMailingID=45309165&spUserID=MTA3NjA1ODYzODI1NQS2&spJobID=2043649008&spReportId=MjA0MzY0OTAwOAS2 > Why Are Jim Thorpe’s Olympic Records Still Not Recognized? In 1912, Jim Thorpe became the greatest American Olympian of all time, but not if you ask the IOC Jim Thorpe’s epic performance in the 15 … Continue reading

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Washington Post: The Read Damage by Hannah Dreier

Some of the best writing I’ve read about the issue of land rights for poor, mostly Black residents in the US, and how it prevents them from receiving many forms of support and loans — specifically FEMA grants after disasters, … Continue reading

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