Originally published 02/17/2017
A moving series of videos remind us of the harm inflicted on Japanese Americans by FDR's order sending them to internment camps.
Originally published 02/13/2017
Central Illinois has a long and uncomfortable association with exclusionary "Sundown Towns," where certain groups rejected other groups, leading to racially separate - practically segregated - cities & villages.
Originally published 11/02/2015
James W. Loewen
Here's what they should do when caught.
Originally published 10/29/2013
The story of medievalist Melissa Bruninga-Matteau.
Originally published 05/23/2016
They may be out of sight. They shouldn't be out of mind. A case in point.
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