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Photographs and case files documenting the investigation into the 1964 killings of three civil rights activists featured in the 1988 film “Mississippi Burning” are being […]
Martha White, the 99-year-old Black woman whose actions helped ignite the Baton Rouge bus boycott in 1953, has died. The boycott, which inspired Rev. Dr. […]
On Friday, May 21, the Georgia Historical Society announced the unveiling of a new historical marker in Richmond County that honors one of the richest […]
The Ohio American Legion is conducting an investigation after an Army veteran’s microphone was turned down when he started to talk about the role of […]
This year’s French Open has all the makings of a drama worth watching every moment for. From Naomi Osaka’s recent withdrawal to Serena Williams’ hunt for her 24th Grand Slam title, all eyes are on everything that’s happening at the French Open, including the new “it” doubles team of Coco Gauff and Venus Williams. On…
This week Black people who say their ancestors were enslaved by Native Americans pushed back against a proposal to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ […]
Minneapolis judge makes decision regarding George Floyd's murder case and more in The Daily Rundown.
An L.A. County official recently announced plans to possibly return a $75 million beachfront property to the family of a Black couple that once owned […]
The African Burial Ground National Monument in lower Manhattan, New York, is the oldest and largest known such burial ground excavated in North America. In […]
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