Should Columbus, Ohio Be Renamed 'Flavortown'? Many Fieri Fans Think So
A now-viral petition envisions Columbus being rebranded as Flavortown has garnered more than 32,000 signatures so far.
Watch Protesters Tear Down the Statue of Jefferson Davis in Virginia
At least six monuments to white supremacy were torn down across the U.S. on Wednesday.
People Are Tearing Down Racist Statues Worldwide Because Governments Won't
Last night, two separate monuments to Christopher Columbus were destroyed, and they're just the latest statues to come down.
European Genocide of Indigenous Peoples in the Americas Cooled Earth’s Climate
Some 50 million Indigenous peoples died during the 16th century, a collapse that caused atmospheric carbon dioxide levels to drop.
Three Tulsa schools don’t want to commemorate America’s racist past anymore
Three schools are ditching the names of Christopher Columbus, Robert E. Lee, and slave owner Jean-Pierre Chouteau.
Caribbean natives threw hot-pepper bombs at Columbus, historian says
Columbus didn't recognize that the Taíno people he came across in the Carribbean had built their own civilization.
This Bar Has Created an Anti-Christopher Columbus Drink Menu
Bobby Heugel of Houston's esteemed cocktail bar Anvil is a history buff with a thing or two to say about the true meaning of Columbus Day.
There's a Petition to Replace a Christopher Columbus Statue with a Prince Memorial
Tonight we're gonna party like it's 1492.
Confederate statues have had a rough 24 hours
Here’s what’s been unfolding around monuments in the last 24 hours alone.
Grim Photos from a Cemetery for Abandoned Mascots
Curro was the mascot for Seville's 1992 World Expo. He symbolised hope for a bright future – but that future turned out rather dystopian.
News Flash America: Christopher Columbus Isn't as Great as You Think He Is
It's time we take a minute to look at what this guy did wrong, some of which was pretty racist.
Columbus Was a Bastard but at Least He Brought Chocolate to Italy
We all know that Christopher Columbus was genocidal social climber who was instrumental in destroying the indigenous culture of the New World. But on Columbus Day in the Italian town of Modica, the Aztec method of chocolate-making still thrives.