The prominent civil rights activist and founder of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition discusses the reparations fund for the survivors of Chicago Police torture, and other current events.
On Memorial Day 2015, we reprise our look at the Civil War, which ended 150 years ago this year.
The accomplished actor and writer discusses the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide, and his new book, Operation Nemesis.
The filmmaker and adjunct professor at NYU’s Center for Global Affairs talks about the history of cultural overlap between the U.S. and the nation of Cuba.
Called “the go-to journalist on all things Cuban and Miami,” the award-winning author and reporter gives her take on the changing relations between the U.S. and Cuba.
A panel of esteemed historians reflects on the Civil War on the 150th anniversary of its final battle.
The legendary South African trumpeter reflects on his native country’s anti-apartheid struggle, and what the past twenty years of freedom have meant to his homeland.
The decorated war veteran discusses his new novel Green On Blue, which is inspired by his own experiences in Afghanistan, and is told from the perspective of a young Afghan orphan.
The Director of the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA discusses the recently released “2015 Hollywood Diversity Report.”
The two-time Grammy winner shares on her new project, “Coming Forth By Day,” which serves as a tribute to the great Billie Holiday.