Are Native Americans Offended By Cultural Appropriation?
Will Witt visited the Navajo Nation to find out what American Indians really believe about cultural appropriation. Check it out! Follow Will Witt on social media: @thewillwitt
Indigenous Peoples' Day Gains Momentum As A Replacement For Columbus Day
Denver, where Columbus Day was first celebrated about 100 years ago, now permanently recognizes Indigenous Peoples' Day.
An Immigrant Named Trump
A teen-ager from Germany arrived in New York in 1885 with high aspirations. His descendant is now vying for the Presidency.
Native Americans Dig In For 'Long Haul' At Camp Protesting Oil Pipeline
All eyes are on a federal judge who could freeze construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline.
5 Statistics You Need To Know About Cops Killing Blacks
The Alton Sterling and Philando Castile shootings have caused an uproar among leftists because they fuel their narrative that racist white police officers are hunting down innocent black men. But the ...
Anonymous Publishes List Claiming To Identify Hundreds Of Ku Klux Klan Members
A group of activists that calls itself Anonymous has published a list of over 400 names of people it claims are members of the Ku Klux Klan. The list, which has yet to be verified, was published on te...
Labor Unions Aren't Just Helpful — They Might Be 'Necessary'
Through boom and bust, the American worker has been faced by two trends over the past few decades: the percentage of workers that are members of labor unions has decreased and the American middle clas...
Black Police Officer Helps White Supremacist During KKK Protest In South Carolina [Viral Photo]
A photo has emerged online, capturing the moment that black South Carolina police officer Leroy Smith assisted a member of the white supremacist group, the Ku Klux Klan, to safety after he suffered fr...
A Brief and Recent History of Bigotry at Fraternities
In Dear White People, Justin Simien's 2014 racially charged satirical film, there’s an uproar at the fictitious Winchester University when its African American students hear about a black-themed party...
Child labor laws in the United States
Child labor laws in the United States include numerous statutes and rules regulating the employment of minors. According to the United States Department of Labor, child labor laws affect those under t...
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Demographic history of the United States
This article is about the demographic history of the United States. American population 1790-1860
The source for 1610-1780 population data is located here on page 1168.Note that the census number...
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History of education in the United States
The history of education in the United States, or foundations of education covers the trends in educational philosophy, policy, institutions, as well as formal and informal learning in America from th...
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Eugenics in the United States
Eugenics, the social movement claiming to improve the genetic features of human populations through selective breeding and sterilization, based on the idea that it is possible to distinguish between s...
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Harlem Renaissance
The Harlem Renaissance was a movement that spanned the 1920s. During the time, it was known as the "New Negro Movement", named after the 1925 anthology by Alain Locke. The Movement also included the ...
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History of religion in the United States
The religious history of the United States began with the first Pilgrim settlers who came on the Mayflower in the year 1620. Their Protestant faith motivated their move from Europe. The Spanish set up...
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Human rights in the United States
Human rights in the United States comprise a series of rights which are legally protected by the Constitution of the United States, including the amendments, state constitutions, conferred by treaty, ...
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History of immigration to the United States
Film by Edison Studios showing immigrants disembarking from the steam ferryboat William Myers onto Ellis Island on July 9, 1903.The history of immigration to the United States deals with the movemen...
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Labor history of the United States
The labor history of the United States describes the history of organized labor, as well as more general history of working people, in the United States. Pressures dictating the nature and power of or...
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LGBT history in the United States
This article concerns the history of LGBT people in the United States.
Among various Native American nations, individuals who were described as "Two-Spirit" were a common minority.With the establi...