Looking Back At Martin Luther King’s ‘The Other America’ Speech At Stanford – Why It’s Still Relevant
The Tuskegee Experiment 50 Years Later: A BET News Special Interview With The Associated Press Reporter Who Exposed It All
Part two of BET.com’s discussion with Jean Heller, whose 1972 investigation exposed an unfathomable, and, yet government sanctioned, case of racism.
The Tuskegee Experiment: The Granddaughter of One of the Syphilis Study Victims Explains How His Story Has Implications That Are Still Felt Today
Willie Harris was one of 623 men unknowingly subjected to human experimentation. His granddaughter now wants to use this travesty to better educate the Black community about overall health and wellness.
The Tuskegee Experiment 50 Years Later: Uncovering the Buried Truth
From 1932 to 1972, U.S. government scientists experimented with the lives of poor Black men without their knowledge and got away with it. Here’s a historical explanation into exactly what happened.
Women’s History Month: Harriet Tubman’s Life and Legacy, Seen Through The Eyes Of Her Descendant
March marks 200 years since she was born, but her great-great-great-grandniece tells BET.com ‘Aunt Harriet’ was as much about taking care of people as she was about freeing them.
Cherokee Nation Seeking To Collect Family Histories Of Slave Descendants As It Remembers Those Enslaved By The Tribe
The Native American nation put thousands of African Americans in bondage, denied them citizenship and are atoning for the wrongful deed.
Macy Gray Says Time's Up For U.S. Flag, Calls For Redesign
The singer wants the flag to be all-inclusive.
Educators Taking Action With Rallies Against Bills Targeting Teaching America’s Racial History
The Day of Action seeks to create awareness.
Jennifer King Becomes First Full-Time Black Female Assistant Coach In NFL History
"It's another step forward for women in football."