Statue of renowned Nebraska author Willa Cather unveiled in U.S. Capitol
Cather began her writing career in Pittsburgh, where she worked as a journalist and teacher for a decade.
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The Brownies’ Book, the Defender Junior and the children’s sections of other African American weeklies gave Black children a space to tell their stories, express their anxieties and assert their ambitions.