In the fall, Southerners' fancies turn to football, and, in the 1920s, football included the amazing UT Docs.
In 1920, the University of Tennessee School of Medicine was struggling to attract students, staff, and money. Students organized an informal team, the UT Docs. They played a few games, and they won. By 1922, they were better organized, better financed, and had hired a coach.
Now 73 years old, Jocelyn Wurzburg is proud of what she was able to achieve in 1969. But she says Americans must remain vigilant, or they risk losing what she and the Concerned Women of Memphis fought so hard for.
Today, in Nashville, Memphian Jocelyn Wurzburg will be inducted into the Tennessee Women’s Hall of Fame. As a longtime champion for civil rights, her resume begins with a sensible idea during a pivotal moment in Memphis history.
It's sooo tempting... This article I’m reading, right now... About the government shutdown…It represents everything that’s in my brain. And with a single click, everyone I’m friends with -- and even a bunch of people I’m not -- will know where I stand. They’re gonna read this, and they’ll see the light. And peace will guide the planets, and love will steer the stars…
And that, my fellow Facebook users, is how all epic social media battles begin.