Once known as the Devil’s half acre,” plans for advancing the Lumpkin’s Jail site to a museum or memorial are officially underway.
Ramin Ganeshram, a former journalist for The New York Times and Forbes, penned the book. Backlash ensued over the depiction that slaves were thrilled to be held against their will.
The announcement comes after Scholastic attempted to defend "A Birthday Cake For George Washington."
The Freedman's Bank was established in 1865 to help foment wealth-building for nearly four million newly freed slaves. It closed in 1874.
One of Black history's most poignant heroes is finally getting justice after he was tried as a criminal for freeing slaves as a conductor on the Underground Railroad.
McGraw-Hill CEO David Levin believes his company has done more than enough to fix the erasure of slavery from their textbooks.
Ben Affleck has issued an apology for hiding information about his ancestors on the PBS show Finding Your Roots. The actor took to his Facebook page to discuss why…
Do you know what today is? Today is the 148th Anniversary of the Juneteenth celebration. The Juneteenth celebration came about when the…