Watch this video to find out about the often overlooked story of civil rights pioneer Claudette Colvin.
Source: The Washington Post
In this piece, a high school teacher explains her approach to teaching Shakespeare and rejects claims that she is taking part in “cancel culture.”
Watch this short TED video about the brave women who lead an underground revolution against one of the worst dictators in the Dominican Republic’s history.
create the fairytale genre we know and enjoy today. Skim the article to find
out some interesting facts about her life and work.
Steel magnate Andrew Carnegie was also a dedicated philanthropist who used his wealth to establish hundreds of public libraries. Listen to the story here.
Source: U.S. News & World Report
In this article, Pastor Ron English reflects on the events of 2020 and considers what the struggle for freedom and equality will look like in the months and years ahead.
Source: The Economist
This article examines Shakespeare’s rise to greatness. It also features some interesting graphics that show trends in the popularity of his plays.
Source: Columbia Spectator
Read about the history of the thriving Harlem film scene from the Harlem Renaissance to the present day.
Source: Nieman Foundation
Muckraking journalists are keen-eyed observers unafraid to expose the truth—even at great risk to themselves. View images of the investigative work of journalists and writers who took on powerful entities, exposing corruption and protecting the interests of citizens.