The first stories about the beating of Rodney King in two major newspapers focused on racial injustice. But that changed.
The neighborhood of New York City was a haven for Catholics before it earned its reputation as a haven for artists.
Recruited to work on the U.S. mainland for long hours at less than the prevailing rate, women migrants fought for dignity and recognition.
Once introduced into the Americas, smallpox spread everywhere. Is it possible to know how often that was done intentionally to kill people?