1863: The WOMB and the story of a Black-led, multi-racial, safe haven in the middle of Akron, Ohio

by Stephen Smith | May 8, 2018 11:07 pm

Get your soul fed in this conversation with Emily Chittenden Laird. “It didn’t feel like a good use of my life.” Emily left DC to join the child advocacy movement in Appalachia.

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