The veteran news anchor said that nationalism and patriotism in politically polarized America are "two different words with two different meanings."
A new book by history professor Yuko Miki looks at slavery as a national institution in postcolonial Brazil, the last country in the Americas to abolish it.
Studying in the United Kingdom on a Fulbright, alumna Nina Heyden boils down complex information into digestible graphics and charts that help others understand complex social justice issues.
As one of the few surviving Tuskegee Airmen, 100-year-old Reginald T. Brewster, LAW ’50, embodies the rich history of the African-American patriots, who were denied a combat role because of their race.
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Susan Wabuda, Associate Professor of History specializing in the 16th century