There is so much more under the surface, and will continue to be unless white people recognize their responsibility to undo it.
Hattie Ophelia Wyatt Caraway became the first woman elected to the U.S. Senate on this day in 1932, after having filled the seat vacated when her husband died two months earlier.
Descendants from the Pilgrims were keen to highlight their ancestors' role in the country's founding. But their sanitized version of events is only now starting to be corrected.
Sorry, New York Times, you actually can't blame Trump alone for the current state of the GOP.
So much of what FDR said in 1937 is true today. SO MUCH.
White supremacists have made Trump part of their actual BRAND, and vice-versa, notes historian Rick Perlstein.
Major League Baseball, mayors, and celebs around the nation are celebrating the 100th anniversary of baseball's Negro League with videos, patches on uniforms, and the hashtag, #TipYourCap2020. Open Thread.
Commemorating Bella Abzug's 100th birthday today.
A wonderful, moving story. We need it!
Fox's Brian Kilmeade asks Trump what his message is to African Americans who want statues removed: "We have a heritage, we have a history and we should learn from the history, and if you don't understand your history, you will go back to it again. You will go right back to it. You have to learn."
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