The Little-Known History Behind Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘I Have A Dream’ Speech
When he took the podium to deliver the "I Have A Dream" speech in Washington, D.C. on August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King wasn't even going to utter that immortal line — then fate interceded.
History Won’t Prove Trump Wrong On Trans Ban — It Already Did 150 Years Ago
Albert Cashier was born Jennie Hodgers and would become a top-notch private for the Union Army during the American Civil War.
When Liberation Meant Demonization: France’s “Ugly Carnivals”
After France was liberated from German occupation, many within the country borrowed Nazi tactics to publicly shame women.
The Teenager Who Saved Dozens Of Jews From Nazi Death Squads
At the height of the Holocaust, 23 Jews arrived at Julian Bilecki's home seeking shelter. He didn't have the room, so he made it.
When Jewish Scholars Sought Refuge In Black Universities
After escaping persecution in Europe, these Jewish scholars found hatred in its American form — and a deep bond with historically black colleges and universities.
Why Arthur Mole Turned 21,000 People Into A Portrait Of Woodrow Wilson
Did this vintage U.S. propaganda invent the mass choreography of fascism?
New Photo Series Casts Playful Eye Toward Food And Power
Do you have the same favorite dish as Pope Francis, Donald Trump, or Vladimir Putin?
Here’s How Much Donald Trump’s “Great Wall” Will Actually Cost American Taxpayers
New estimates place the cost of Trump's wall much higher than originally stated.
U.S. Going To Be A “Browner Country,” Obama Says
No matter what changes Trump brings to immigration policies, Barack Obama says our nation will be "browner."
The Anti-Vietnam War Movement In 39 Photos
As the situation grew more and more dire in Vietnam, America's Vietnam War protests grew stronger and stronger.