How Billy Graham’s 1949 Los Angeles Revival Put Him—and Evangelical Christianity—on the National Map.
Considering L. Frank Baum’s classic and the generations of adaptations it inspired.
How the American drive to force Indian assimilation turned violent on the plains of South Dakota.
How the far-right movement’s long-running war on democracy went mainstream.
History is alive. We are still living it. Let’s talk about it.
L. Frank Baum’s long and winding road to Oz, and the Chicago World’s Fair that inspired his life’s work.
Remembering the WWII veteran beyond the vicious racist attack that blinded him.
Black parents and children in Clarendon County, South Carolina risked everything to destroy legalized segregation.
The history of America’s ongoing struggle with race, democracy and justice.
Before Brown v. Board of Education, there was Briggs v. Elliot—the case that launched Thurgood Marshall’s fight to end segregation in America’s schools.
How the Lincoln Memorial became a symbol for civil rights.
How a pandemic of racial terror led to the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
Tulsa’s extraordinary Black neighborhood in images 100 years ago and today.
Matilda Joslyn Gage was an American author and women’s rights advocate. Gage cofounded the National Woman Suffrage Association with Susan B. Anthony.
Explore films, interviews, articles, image galleries and more for an in-depth look at notable female figures in American history.