The shaping summers of 1968-69 have the power to evoke emotion in York, Pa., 50 years later.
It is a positive sign that a teacher is deepening her own understanding and investing considerable time in helping others learn about the long-term oppression and racism that led to the riots of the late 1960s.
Two lessons for readers: Ask some to partner with you to encourage you along the way. And use of a public library can offset the cost of the books
Outcomes in the York race riots and Golden Venture cases raise a question: Are we progressing as a community in the fight against inequality, racism and eliminating barriers to access to justice?
The best work has taken place when we break down our large problems into small pieces in our regular personal practices and community work.
On its 10th-year anniversary of blogging, York Town Square is moving to another platform on the York Daily Record’s ydr.com website. Learn more about how to find the latest posts.
J. Horace Rudy came to York from Pittsburgh, but he settled into his new home more than a century ago, where he became known for his stained glass work, his paintings and his curatorial work.
A new look on ydr.com is part of a continuing evolution in local journalism, which recently received a national shout-out.
Check out this neat, unrelated stuff about York County history, including George Washington Memorial Plaza and the unsung York Town Craftsmen Guild.