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Clyde Kennard: A Soldier for Civil Rights and Integration
Dr. Dean Chavers
Clyde Kennard was a marked man when he applied for admission to the Mississippi Southern College in 1955, 1956, and 1959...
Berkeley’s Indigenous Peoples’ Day Powwow Led the Way for Others
The city of Berkeley, California celebrated the 23rd Annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Powwow as an official holiday on October 10. Berkeley was the first city in the U.S...
Celebrating Columbus III: Inadvertent Evil?
Alberto Cribiore, the Grand Marshal of this year’s Columbus Day Parade, disappeared about $50 billion of other people’s money without apparent personal inconvenience, since he deca...
Truth-Telling in American History: Groups Fight for Indigenous Peoples Day
Tanya H. Lee
From the Northern Plains to the Southwestern deserts, American Indian groups are working to correct historic falsehoods and demanding acknowledgement of what the “discovery” of thi...
Indigenous Peoples Day, Challenging Colonialism in Albuquerque and Beyond
October 7, 2015 is historic for Natives of Albuquerque...
Celebrating Columbus II: For the Love of Larceny
The organizers of the Christopher Columbus honoring have sold their historical bill of goods well, and they promise “35,000 marchers...
Making a Promise: Monday Will Be Indigenous Peoples Day in Portland
On October 7, the Portland City Council voted unanimously to pass a resolution to “Declare the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples Day in the City of Portland.” Portland...
Celebrating Columbus I: The Myths Behind the Man
Cristóbal Colón aka Cristóvão Colombo aka Cristoforo Colombo aka Christopher Columbus has gotten lots of breaks from history...
Native Innovation: 5 Indispensables You Didn’t Know Were Cherokee
Much has been made of the indigenous innovations that go largely unrecognized in today’s societies...
HistoryMakers Captures Heart of Black Experience in America
Nine thousand hours of video interviews, which capture the heart of the black experience in America, have been donated to the Library of Congress, reports CBS News ...
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