Five decades of calling for justice for James Chaney, Michael Schwerner and Andrew Goodman.
A Browse through our selection of historical images of notable gender non-conforming suffragists.
North Dakota’s new emphasis on mail-in balloting could mean fewer votes and less representation for Native American communities.
Queering the Women’s Suffrage Movement.
History is alive. We are still living it. Let’s talk about it.
Activists find new ways to reach and educate incarcerated voters in swing state.
Inside Texas attorneys’ long fight for Latino voting rights.
A woman’s journey to raise Latino voter participation in the eastern Coachella Valley.
The role of protest, agitation and struggle in the evolution of the country we live in today.
For two centuries, black women have linked their ballot access to the human rights of all.
A veteran of the suffrage wars, Harriot Stanton Blatch organized labor activists, spoke to crowds of voting men and lobbied Albany for a suffrage bill.
The extraordinary tornado occurrence in April 1974 was named the “Super Outbreak.”
To avoid combat in Vietnam, George W. Bush joined the 147th Texas Air National Guard, along with other sons of wealthy and well-connected Texans.
Tetsuya “Ted” Fujita’s unusual memoirs provide a fascinating glimpse into a one-of-a-kind mind.
The history of America’s ongoing struggle with race, democracy and justice.