Digitization allows researchers to trace editorial and authorial changes in archival content. Both are central to the study of this famous abolitionist pamphlet.
A 1763 massacre by colonial settlers exposed the irreconcilable contradictions of conquest by people concerned with civility.
The U.S.’s politics of racial hatred are sustained by a culture of making political compromises when bold action is required.
In her new book, Wandering in Strange Lands, Morgan Jerkins takes a deeply personal look at the effects of the Great Migration.