by Casey Quinlan Mar 21, 2016
This is what Mississippi educators had to say about Confederate History Month.
by Beenish Ahmed Feb 11, 2016
“It is always preferred for a woman to remain hidden and veiled," ISIS declared in a manifesto on the role of women in its self-described "caliphate."
by Ryan Koronowski Oct 25, 2015
The neurosurgeon also said he would "love" to see Roe v. Wade overturned.
by Casey Quinlan Oct 8, 2015
A Texas Board of Education member said the outrage over an inaccurate and offensive textbook is like an episode of Seinfeld.
by Casey Quinlan Oct 5, 2015
A textbook manufacturer said it would remove a part of its textbook that erased slavery after a mother spoke out on social media.
by Casey Quinlan Sep 1, 2015
The CEO of a gaming company responded to criticism of a game on the slave trade.
by Justin Salhani Jul 29, 2015
Slavery was banned in Brazil in 1888 but nearly 130 years later the country is still grappling with slave-like working conditions in many rural areas.
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 25, 2015
What happens when you uproot your family tree and unearth more dirt than you bargained for?
by Casey Quinlan Jun 24, 2015
American history classes teach us a lot about whose perspective we value. Often, South Carolina lesson plan examples show us that slaveowners' perspectives are given way too much legitimacy.
by Ian Millhiser Mar 12, 2015
Pro tip: if you want to win a Supreme Court case, it's probably not a good idea to compare a swing justice who could single-handedly decide the case's outcome to Confederate slaveholders.