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A Controversial Statue Of President Lincoln Has Been Removed, But Another Remains
The display shows President Abraham Lincoln standing over a formerly enslaved man wearing broken shackles on his wrists.
Grammys: Women Take Over These Categories For The First Time Ever
Women artists were recognized in some of the most historically male-dominated categories, and Beyoncé scored the most nominations overall.
Who Are Joe Biden’s Cabinet Nominees? President-Elect Has Chosen Several Historic Firsts
The list includes several historic firsts, including the first woman to lead the U.S. intelligence community and the first Latinx American to head the Department of Homeland Security.
Young, Black, Brown, LGBTQ+: Lawmakers Made History Up And Down The Ballot
The election isn’t over yet — but several down-ballot results have already yielded history-making wins.
In This Together: Teacher's 15-Day Road Trip Brings History to Life
A Texas history teacher took to the open road to create an unforgettable lesson plan for her students
A Stunning Number Of Young Americans Lack “Basic Holocaust Knowledge,” Survey Finds
A 50-state survey found nearly 11% of Millennials and Gen Z respondents thought that Jews caused the Holocaust.
The Boston Marathon: A Brief History After Its First Postponement In Nearly A Century
The world’s oldest annual marathon—which has produced many historic moments—would have been held on Monday.
Israeli-Born Filmmaker Ofra Bloch Puts Holocaust Alongside Palestinian Conflict in 'Afterward'
This Israeli-born filmmaker and trauma expert takes an unflinching look at the Holocaust alongside the ongoing conflict with Palestine.
This Historian Could Change How You Think About George Washington
Author Alexis Coe’s biography “You Never Forget Your First” illuminates surprising details about our very first U.S. president.
National Archives Replaces Altered Women’s March Photo
The National Archives apologized after its decision to alter a 2017 Women’s March photo sparked controversy.
Wounded Knee Descendant Apologizes for Massacre
His great great grandfather commanded the cavalry that carried out the massacre.
Holocaust Survivors Reunite With Woman Who Helped Save Them
They hadn’t seen each other for 75 years.
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