What do Nelson Mandela, George Washington and Roman consul Cincinnatus have in common? Each walked away from political power.
A new website, civilrightstrail.com, uses 360-degree videos, historical comparison photos, interviews and interactive maps to guide visitors along important civil rights sites across the southern United States.
Countries around the world showed kindness to the United States after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.
Rather than shame corrupt officials, the Integrity Idol TV contest honors the most honest officials and treats them like rock stars.
The heroes of the civil rights movement helped reduce the barriers that excluded African Americans from equal treatment. Here are some of their homes.
On March 8 the State Department will host #DiasporaVoices, a live-streamed interactive video webchat for diaspora communities.
Martin Luther King Jr. dedicated his life to the nonviolent struggle for racial equality in the United States. His legacy still inspires millions.
Americans are revisiting race relations after recent killings of African Americans and of police. Here's what President Obama says.
If you can find a way to entertain people as well as inform them about a serious issue, you may have a powerful tool for change at your disposal.