You can read history, or you can discover it through personal stories. Whether the stories are family lore or vivid memories, they tell of one’s experiences and allow others to find direct connections to them.
The Chronicle hosted a Black History Month discussion and invited senior citizens Rosalind Mustafa and Eugene Dumas of Flossmoor, and 2020 Homewood-Flossmoor High School graduate Jazz Jabulani of Flossmoor and 2016 H-F graduate Destiny Watson of Homewood to hear each other’s personal stories.
Despite the years that separate them, each guest recognized how history — personal, racial or community — has . . .
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