Organized movements to bring racial equality to the golf course have been part of the sport since the early 1900s.
Florestine Perrault Collins escaped the bounds of prescribed gender roles and racial segregation to run a successful photography studio in 1920s New Orleans.
By dispatching women tennis players on world tours, the US Department of State hoped to garner approval for the American way of life.
American racers earned a reputation for deception, and Cuckoo Collins led the pack with an outsize talent for cheating.
Tony Bolden explores the spiritual principles that inform the foundation of Afrofuturist music.