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Remembering Mildred Council


Mildred Council wasn’t supposed to surprise anyone. She was down-home. She was hard-working. She could cook good country food. She was an African-American woman born at a time and place, rural North Carolina in 1929, when not much more was expected of a black woman than to be down-home, hard-working, and a good country cook. (Garden & Gun)


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