A quaint historical museum in Pin Point, Georgia, that is set to open this fall has become the target of an exhaustive ethics examination by the New Y...
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Freud's Last Session and The Whipping Man depict conversations and situations that compel the audience to envision and reconsider historical events in another, more engaging light.
Why do we honor a man who, if he were alive today, would almost certainly be sitting on Death Row awaiting execution?
The American public does not know that Haiti is a nation that has long been been a thorn in the side of the American government while Pakistan is a nation which the U.S. already has great influence on.
The GOP and Tea Party better look out. Wikileaks has gained access to classified documents written by the nation's founding fathers.
The last thing you want to do in celebration of Confederate History Month is omit or overlook any critical information regarding life in the south during the Confederacy!
In Washington on Monday morning, June 14, Hillary Clinton unveiled the State Department's 10th annual report on modern-day slavery, which evaluates th...
MEXICO CITY — Mexico City police on Thursday freed 107 people who were forced to work under slave-like conditions in a clandestine factory makin...
As the band played "Do You Know What it Means, to Miss New Orleans?" thinking back to an earlier natural disaster, disproportionately impacting blacks, unavoidably reminded one of Haiti.
I strongly disagree with anyone caring about this "stupidly" business. Politics is serious, and sometimes people get fired up. Diplomatic speaking is for diplomats.
Today, the interests of international business, the U.S. government, and the Cuban populace coalesce around a single ideal: labor reform in Cuba.
We can all feel relieved there is an official acknowledgment that something terrible was done to black people. Yet the reality is way too much time has passed for this apology to really mean anything.
The truth about Tibet is perhaps more nuanced than it has been presented by either side of the highly polarized debate.
This afternoon, the descendants of slaves bore witness to an event their forebears could not have imagined: the inauguration of an African American as President of the United States.
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