Outdoor adventure for all
New groups have formed to get more people from underrepresented backgrounds to participate in outdoor adventure sports. Learn about them.
How cities across the U.S. observe Juneteenth [photo gallery]
Learn how the Juneteenth holiday began and how it honors past generations of African Americans while looking ahead to the future.
Meet Karine Jean-Pierre, the new White House press secretary
Karine Jean-Pierre became the first Black and openly gay White House press secretary when she assumed the role May 16. Learn more.
State Department’s historic plan to advance equity in U.S. foreign policy
Learn more about the Biden-Harris administration's efforts to ensure racial minorities and underserved communities are protected worldwide.
Celebrate baseball great Jackie Robinson with this poster
On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson took his position at first base for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Seventy-five years later, his legacy lives on.
Meet Oscar-winning jazz artist Jon Batiste [poster]
For Jazz Appreciation Month, learn about Jon Batiste, a young American jazz musician who has won numerous awards, including an Oscar in 2021.
Jazz musicians advanced America’s civil rights
April is Jazz Appreciation Month. Listen to some of the music American jazz artists recorded before and during the civil rights movement.
Meet Ketanji Brown Jackson, the next Supreme Court justice
Ketanji Brown Jackson is an experienced jurist who has sought to make criminal sentences just. Learn about the next Supreme Court justice.
Next Supreme Court justice follows in footsteps of other female justices
The next Supreme Court justice, Ketanji Brown Jackson, will join a growing group of female justices who influence American jurisprudence.