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Both he and University of Arkansas professor of American West history Elliott West agree, “Calamity Jane was a creation of the dime novels and newspaper stories. She was something out of the ordinary to catch the human imagination.” And as Professor West emphasized, “the myth of Calamity Jane is its own thing.” Regardless of whether or not the real woman behind the myth actually lived that way. “Its appropriate that his name is West, said Etulain because Elliott really loves the history.” Professor West returned the compliment by saying, “Richard did a fine job with his book, picking apart the popular image while providing the reading audience with some very important and interesting details.”.
Black ish makes our list for an episode that managed to find laughs in a serious moment for the Johnson family. In “Hope,” the family came together as the world awaited for news on whether or not a cop will faces charges in the assault of a young black teenager not unlike the many real life cases that led to the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement. It’s an episode that was filled with discussion and debate but not the shouty kind often seen on talking head news programs.
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