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Get to know: Lou Scatena ’67, sharing lessons learned from his father
“I would sit in the truck and watched as my dad would crawl into an abandoned mine and search for veins of coal or pillars of coal that might be mined. That was my childhood.” Lou Scatena ’67 writes lovingly of that childhood in Anthracite Boot Camp, a memoir of …

Pulitzer Prize winner’s talk to headline Black History Month events
W. Caleb McDanielA talk by a Pulitzer Prize-winning author opens University of Detroit Mercy’s Black History Month 2021 celebration. W. Caleb McDaniel will discuss his book Sweet Taste of Liberty: A True Story of Slavery and Restitution in America in a virtual format Feb. 2 from 6:30-8 p.m. Sweet Taste of Liberty tells the story of …

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