Misun Bishop lives in Seattle where she studies English Literature and History at the University of Washington. She has worked in college writing centers for three years and enjoys talking with students about rhetoric and composition. Her current academic interests include minority narratives, censorship, and archiving.
African American labor leader Willard S. Townsend was born on December 4, 1895, in Cincinnati, Ohio, to Willard and Cora Elizabeth Townsend. In 1938, he organized railway workers of several Chicago, Illinois stations to form the International Brotherhood of Redcaps and remained the union’s president … Read MoreWillard S. Townsend (1895-1957)