The U.S. sends musicians abroad each year. Learn about this music diplomacy, which began with 1950s jazz heroes and continues today.
Sixty years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech that changed history. A scholar and a poet explain why his words still move Americans.
The Emmett Till and Mamie Till-Mobley National Monument will honor the teenager and his mother, who galvanized the Civil Rights Movement.
Opal Lee, a 96-year-old activist from Texas, worked hard to get Juneteenth recognized as a federal holiday. Learn how she did it.
A native of Somalia who operates restaurants in Minnesota inspired by African flavors won a small business award.
For Jazz Appreciation Month, learn about Jon Batiste, a young American jazz musician who has won numerous awards, including an Oscar in 2021.
Several women are working in senior management positions for major U.S. sports franchises historically dominated by men.
Meet Carolyn McCaskill, a deaf American who educates the world about Black American Sign Language and the people who use it.
The American Culinary Corps will tell America's story with food in diplomatic settings. Read all about it here.