In an attempt to “trim the fat,” the nearly inaugurated president-elect may kill a huge resource for family history researchers.
A note about why we need to take responsibility for our low down ancestors and stop expecting the recipients of their wrongdoing to respond how we want them to.
People of color have NOT had their collective jaws on the ground for the last few months. Here’s why.
Why a recently published children’s book makes slavery look as simple as sugar.
How the results of genealogical DNA tests can alter conversations about race in the United States.
Here’s the truth about the passion you’re nurturing.
The equivalent of building a multi-million dollar housing development with the ovens at Auschwitz as the centerpiece.
Don’t let your fellow society members or the younger generations of your family suffer from a severe case of “innocent ignorance.”
Listing the names of their slaves is only half the story.
Outright omission is just as bad as saying it never happened.
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Just because you have one high profile story or singular document noting a fact doesn’t mean that the journey is over.