When you’re in San Francisco, it’s easy to overlook Richmond. It’s across the water, across a long bridge (the Bay Bridge or the Richmond Bridge, take your pick), in the East Bay. It’s known as being transitional,
(CNN) — A year after New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu proposed removing a famous 132-year-old statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee—and a half year after the city council voted to do so—the battle what
We’ve all seen “Saving Private Ryan” and “Band of Brothers,” but here’s a list of facts from World War II that you probably didn’t know. 1. The first German serviceman killed in the war was killed by Japanese.
Millions of African Americans will soon be able to trace their families through the era of slavery, some to the countries from which their ancestors were snatched, thanks to a new and free online service
The past week we’ve seen a media firestorm developing around the identity of Rachel Dolezal, erstwhile president of the Spokane NAACP, professor of Africana Studies and, by her parents’ account, a white
Today marks the 71st anniversary of the allied invasion of Normandy during World War II — also known as D-Day — that led to the liberation of France from Nazi control and contributed to the Allied victory.
As one Arizona border community calls for closure of checkpoint, concerns grow over increased racial profiling and invasion of civil rights It is a simple question that Carlota Wray has come to regard
After months of research and debate, Business Insider is proud to present the Silicon Valley 100, our annual list of the people who matter most in Silicon Valley. To compile the list, we looked at who