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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is the first white politician in U.S. history elected to a major office with a black spouse by his side.
Teaching is the top profession for Black male graduates; Donald Trump tweets attacks against Central Park and President Obama will attend service for victims of Texas explosions.
One-time slave quarters will be restored at former U.S. President Thomas Jefferson’s home with the gift of $10 million from a philanthropist.
The recent death of Essie Washington-Williams, the Black daughter of segregationist Strom Thurmond, serves as a reminder of the nexus of race and sex in American history.
New exhibits and a website will showcase histories of the slaves at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello estate.
The Spirit of Black Paris calendar memorializes notable African-American expatriates from Sally Hemings to Richard Wright, and hopes to enlighten Americans of all ages about the rich history of Blacks in Paris.
A new book reignites the Jefferson–Hemings paternity debate, and a group of historians claim that Thomas Jefferson is not the father.
Presidential candidate Michele Bachmann continues to inaccurately laud all the founding fathers for working “tirelessly to end slavery.”