The fast-paced feature is a satisfying blend of history and action.
The culmination of his project will be a reconstruction of a slave ship in the museum’s basement.
The Lookingglass world premiere strives to be a very special episode.
Also, local preservationists want landmark designation for Emmett Till’s Woodlawn home.
Meanwhile the proposed HBO series Confederate is based on the premise that the south won the Civil War.
“The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical” and the unhinged Albee classic are among this week’s best bets.
Playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins resurrects a wildly popular—and wildly racist—19th-century melodrama.
A Chicago History Museum exhibit examines Lincoln’s speeches for clues about how he changed from political moderate to the Great Emancipator.
One Day’s Tale is a novel that took Lois Barliant 12 years to write and publish.
On Texas’s slave-free new geography book
Did public educatiion in South Carolina lead to the vote to furl the battle flag?
“We’ve got to find a way to let Negroes get what most white folks already have,” Lyndon Johnson told his speechwriter in 1965.
A conversation with veteran reparations activist and political organizer Conrad Worrill.
Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, and the other Founding Fathers—a great group of guys or what?
Those owed reparations are long dead, huh?