What happens when a big stream of refugees enters an American community, bringing their foreign customs and values and taking scarce jobs?
Henry Ford's newspaper, the Dearborn Independent, published years of anti-Semitic articles, prompting Hitler to call him the "single great man."
It wasn’t until recently that federal juvenile justice policy swung sharply toward prosecution and tough sentencing.
Early Photographs of African American Soldiers at The National Museum of African American History and Culture
The Prickitt album in the NMAAC is a rare coincidence of names and photographs of Colored Troops fighting for the Union in the Civil War.
The long, strange story of why Oklahoma has that panhandle.
Are mothers with addictions abusive or victims? Our answer almost always involves race and class.
Segregation and inequality are still major issues in Little Rock today
It wasn't just educational institutions like Georgetown University that profited off of slavery; churches, too, were complicit in the system.
How race is historically and culturally defined.
In the immediate aftermath of September 11th, impromptu shrines appeared.