As part of NPR's 50th anniversary celebration, All Things Considered revisits "Sugar and Sorrow in Hispaniola," a 1991 story by Sandy Tolan and Alan Weisman that one listener never forgot.
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In an essay in The Atlantic, Homelands co-founder Sandy Tolan shares what he learned from the baseball legend, who died on January 22. Aaron was Sandy's childhood hero and the subject of his first book, Me and Hank. His story resonates far beyond the realm of sport.
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In a public journal on social media and Medium, Sandy Tolan chronicles his road trip through a vast country both changed and unchanged by the churn of the historical moment.
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