A survey of the Lexington City Cemetery has identified more than 30 possible sites where enslaved people were buried in unmarked graves.
Researchers have compared the DNA of 27 Black people who lived at the Catoctin furnace between 1774 and 1850, finding a link between these enslaved Americans and nearly 42,000 living relatives.
A new urban park is coming to the Triad. Its roots date back to the 18th century, and an African American story that’s unique to Winston-Salem.
A new urban park is coming to the Triad. Its roots date back to the 18th century, and it's an important African American story that’s unique to Winston-Salem.
Tuberville spoke at a pro-Trump rally in Nevada on Saturday ahead of the November midterm elections. The NAACP called the comments "flat out racist, ignorant and utterly sickening."
Elizabeth Freeman used the colonists' ideas of equality and independence to sue for her freedom. Her lawyer was Theodore Sedgwick, who would later become speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.
A new house tour bypasses Charleston's antebellum mansions and takes visitors directly to the quarters where enslaved people lived and worked.