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African American History and Women Timeline 1920-1929

African American History and Women Timeline The Harlem Renaissance: also called the New Negro Movement, a blossoming of arts, culture, and social action in the African American community all through the 1920s 1920 19th Amendment to the US Constitution became law, but...

Is Slavery’s Legacy in the Power Dynamics of Sports?

ESSAY/The 1619 project In the N.B.A., the very term “owner” has come under fire, as players, most of whom are black, assert self-determination. ImageCreditCreditChloe Cushman There is no other business like the N.B.A. Its rainbow jump shots, rim-rattling dunks and...

Black History

Facts, Information And Articles About Black History In The United States Black History Summary: Black history is the study of African American history, culture, and accomplishments primarily in the United States. Enslaved, oppressed, and dehumanized for much of...

The weight of being African American

Ed has had enough. “I’m simply tired, tired and tired of hearing about race,” he wrote last month in an email. He signed himself a “former racist” and in a postscript, wanted me to know that he used to have “a black friend” with whom he ate breakfast on workdays. Take...