Part four of Latino Americans, this video highlights the swelling immigration from Puerto Rico, Cuba and the Dominican Republic that stretches from the post-World War II years into the early 1960s as the new arrivals seek economic opportunities.
Paula Giddings, professor of Afro-American Studies at Smith College, discusses the history and origins of lynching.
In one generation more than 10 million immigrants arrived in New York. The city saw the construction of the first subways and skyscrapers. The plight of the most exploited citizens led to laws that eventually transformed the lives of all Americans.
During our webinar "A Conversation with Steven Spielberg," Mr. Spielberg described all of us as storytellers, and discussed the need for us all to tell each other's stories in order to dispel misunderstandings and fear about each other.
Staff from Facing History and Ourselves discuss the history and ramifications of the blood libel.
From the film "The Reckoning", featuring Ben Ferencz and other leaders discussing the establishment of the Rome statute and the creation of the first permanent international criminal court.