Black History

  • The Civil Rights Movement for Intellectual Change

    by Joshua Clark Davis

    More than half a century since the 1960s, scholars and citizens alike continue to grapple with how our country should remember the civil rights movement.

  • Surging Interest in Black History Gives a Lift to Museums, Tourism

    Black history museums and historic sites are flourishing across the South, riding a wave of interest in African-American history that has made a stunning success of the two-year-old National Museum of African American History and Culture in the nation’s capital.