SOURCE: Cincinnati Enquirer
Howard University's Nikki M. Taylor explains that the primary sources are often rife with racist perspectives, but can still offer insight into how local Black communities have worked for self-determination.
SOURCE: Los Angeles Times
Historians Yve Chavez, Philip Ethington and William Deverell comment on the conflicted legacy of the historic mission structure.
SOURCE: The Activist Historian Review
by DJ Polite
It is misleading to call impeachment "justice" when it reflects the priorities of empire.
SOURCE: USA Today
USA Today publishes article alleging just that.
by Zeb Larson
Twenty-five years ago, South Africa peacefully transitioned from a white-minority government to a black majority government, yet the legacy of apartheid still lingers today.
SOURCE: New Historian
“This closely matches the historical reports of a major demographic collapse immediately after the Spaniards arrived in the late 1400s.”
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