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Georgetown Is Trying to Make Amends for Its History of Slavery
A new admissions policy is just one of the unprecidented changes the school plans on making to acknowledge its role in the slave trade.
Ole Missus vs. Mammy: Who Owns Southern Food?
A response to Cynthia Bertelsen's “Edna Lewis and the Mythology Behind Modern Southern Food.”
Listen to Mad Professor's 'Dubbing With Anansi'-An Album Dedicated to Black Resilience
The dub king's latest release is based on Anansi, one of the few African folk heroes to survive the Atlantic slave trade.
The UK Government Has Opened Up Thousands of Secret Files to the Public
According to a 1958 law, secret state records in the UK must become public 30 years after their creation. But in a sprawling manor estate just west of London, hundreds of thousands of Foreign Office records dating back to the 17th century are still...