The Story Of Lída Baarová, The Silver Screen Mistress Of Joseph Goebbels
Because of her affair with Goebbels, Lída Baarová was shamed in the press worldwide, hounded by the Gestapo, barred from acting, and eventually arrested and threatened with a death sentence.
Meet Alice Guy-Blaché, The First Female Filmmaker In The World
In the early 1900s, Alice Guy-Blaché directed one of the first narrative films and founded her own studio before the glory days of Hollywood. But then, she nearly disappeared from history.
How The Murder Of Vincent Chin Galvanized The Fight For Asian American Rights
On June 19, 1982, a Chinese American man named Vincent Chin was clubbed to death by two white men in Detroit. His killers didn't spend a single day in jail.
Meet Hazel Scott, The Black Pianist Who Took The Jazz World By Storm In Jim Crow America
An outspoken civil rights activist, Hazel Scott used her star power to fight racism. But then, she was accused of being a Communist — and it nearly destroyed her career.
Meet Eugene Bullard, The Runaway Who Became The First Black American Fighter Pilot
During World War I, Eugene Jacques Bullard made history as the first African American military pilot — by fighting for France.