Atlantic slave trade · Maafa · Slavery in the United States · Reconstruction Era ·
Military history of African Americans · Jim Crow laws · Redlining
This movement from the South to the North is called the
Starting in about 1890, African Americans migrated to the North in great numbers.
The racial composition of the nation's cities underwent a decisive change during and after World War I. In 1910, three out of every four black Americans lived on ...
Sep 13, 2010
In September 1895, Booker T. Washington, the head of the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, stepped to the podium at the Atlanta Cotton States Exposition and ...
Throughout American history, wartime necessity has often opened new political and social avenues for marginalized groups. This familiar scenario played out ...
Jan 28, 2016