Tag: WWI

Huddled Masses Yearning to Breathe Free: Tuberculosis in Progressive Era New York City

Since January, Americans have grappled with the implications of the Trump Administration’s continued efforts to suspend immigration from six (originally seven) predominantly Muslim countries. The tones of fear and moral outrage sound eerily similar to those from more than a century earlier, when anxious nativists sought to halt the flow of millions of impoverished Jews… Read more →

Sunday Morning Medicine

By Jacqueline Antonovich

-The Great War in color.
-Talk like a WWII soldier.
-The circus animals of WWI.
-Photos reveal Brazil’s slave history.
-Sexy vintage Thanksgiving pinups?