The president invited Senator Tim Scott to the Oval Office for what Mr. Trump’s staff described as a demonstration of the president’s commitment to “positive race relations.”
The past year has shown us that Americans have accepted the erasure of our history.
They were the first black boys to integrate the South’s elite prep schools. They drove themselves to excel in an unfamiliar environment. But at what cost?
Two young cousins, one visiting from Chicago, shared a bedroom on the night of a murder in 1955 that shook the nation and galvanized the civil rights movement.
Teenagers from across the country shared their experiences and the role race and class played in their employment.
The home that was a haven to the civil rights pioneer in the ’50s has secured a ticket back to the United States.