A new report shows that the number of LGBTQI+ elected officials in national, state and local government roles continues to rise in the U.S.
Place names in the New York area have been influenced by Native American names and the languages of waves of immigrants. Learn more.
September 4, 1907, was a dark day of racial intolerance in the city of Bellingham, Washington. Now, the town is reckoning with its past.
The NFL will start the 2021 season with a record number of female coaches. Learn how the league is increasing women's roles in football.
The Muslim Students Association of the U.S. & Canada helps bring students together on U.S. and Canadian university campuses. Learn more here.
In honor of the U.N.'s first International Day for People of African Descent, learn about six notable Americans who have African ancestry.
The Abrahamic House initiative grew out of one man's interfaith journey. Learn how he now helps people of different faiths connect.
Learn how the current push for racial equality in the United States is prompting Americans to rethink their memorials and commemorations.
David Drake, who was born enslaved, learned to read and write when it was illegal. His hundreds of ceramics with inscribed poetry were an act of resistance.