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From Glasgow to Tulsa: A Scot wrestles with his racial identity | The Scotsman

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Martyn McLaughlin, The Scotsman The Tulsa Race Riot of 1921, during which white residents destroyed the prosperous black neighborhood of Greenwood, left as many as 300 people dead and 8,000 homeless. Credit Oklahoma Historical Society/Getty Images. Featured Image Early exposure to prejudice drove Eric Miller across the Atlantic to demand reparations for African American victims of Oklahoma’s infamous massacre, he […]
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‘The haunted houses’: Legacy of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion lingers, but reminders are disappearing The Washington Post

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Greg Schneider, The Washington Post In this Monday, April 8, 2019 photo, the sword that is believed to have been carried by Nat Turner during his insurrection is seen in Courtland, Va. In 1831, a slave rebellion was led by Turner in Southampton County. He and and others from the insurrection were found guilty and hung. The Southampton County Historical […]
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A brief history of the enduring phony science that perpetuates white supremacy | The Washington Post

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Michael E. Ruane, The Washington Post People explore the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. (Matt McClain/The Washington Post), Featured Image mysterious and chronic sickness had been afflicting slaves for years, working its way into their minds and causing them to flee from their plantations. Unknown in medical literature, its troubling symptoms were familiar to […]
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The Century-Old Photos That Exposed the Evils of Colonialism in Africa – Vice Alice Seeley Harris' images are still shocking today. (2015)">The Century-Old Photos That Exposed the Evils of Colonialism in Africa – Vice Alice Seeley Harris' images are still shocking today. (2015)

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Alice Seeley Harris' images are still shocking today.
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