A teenage immigrant from the Democratic Republic of Congo explains how he discovered his passion for electronics.
Learn how Los Angeles-area artists marked the 100 year anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.
When the Bill of Rights was adopted in 1791, the liberties it provided were withheld from the hundreds of thousands of Africans living in slavery. In a public letter to Thomas Jefferson, a free African-American Benjamin Banneker challeneged the treatment of blacks and the continued existence of slavery.
Former Minister of Justice Dr. A. M. Omar addresses South Africa’s struggle to achieve a single national identity considering the country’s inherent diversity and its legacy of apartheid.
Accounts from the crisis that unfolds in Little Rock, Arkansas when black students attend the previously all-white Central High School. Accounts from the crisis that unfolds in Little Rock, Arkansas when black students attend the previously all-white Central High School.
As the 1874 campaign for governor and state legislature began in Alabama, the Pike County Democratic Party’s platform gave supporters this guidance for how to treat white Republicans.