The struggle to balance the need for a presidential library with preservation issues is the most delicate of balancing acts.
By no means comprehensive, this highlights the historic role these women are playing in shaping the policy priorities of the nation.
This informational blog focuses on the 1st anniversary of the botched raid on Breonna Taylor’s apartment in Louisville, Kentucky, which resulted in her death.
Mccoy Tyner was one of the most influential jazz pianists in the history of the art form.
A long history of Black opposition to slavery in the courts.
The Biden Administration announced it will take swift action to place Tubman’s image on the bill.
This informational blog provides important information from various sources on Kamala Harris.
This informational blog focuses on the life and accomplishments of Amanda Gorman, Youth Poet Laureate.
The relative absence of African Americans in racing has gone largely unnoticed and unacknowledged.
What if the Capitol rioters were black?
Rioters at the US capitol on January 6th engaged in an insurrection to disrupt the certification of the 2020 presidential election results.
This blog is divided into three parts: The Genesis of the Riot, The Capitol Riot and the Aftermath of the Riot.
Anti- police brutality protests became commonplace in 2020. In addition to the outrage related to the murder of countless unarmed African Americans, a significant spotlight has been placed on the investigative process. Is it proper for a law enforcement agency to investigate itself? The lack of an outside investigation often leads observers to question…
Iconic revolutionary figures permeate the landscapes of history.
Creating a just society involves an equitable distribution of resources.
‘I don’t have the virus’: Asian americans in minnesota confront a COVID-19 backlash