Historian Tiya Miles: "I am not naïve about race hatred in our country. But I have also found reason for hope."
by Tiya Miles
Even in an unlikely place like Montana, Americans from diverse backgrounds can be compatriots.
by Tiya Miles
It was a political statement.
SOURCE: The Chronicle of Higher Education
The MacArthur "genius" grant winner and author of "Ties That Bind” is digging into the history of slavery in Detroit.
Tiya Miles’s op ed on the subject, “The South Doesn’t Own Slavery,” drew more than 500 comments in the NYT.
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