Riots broke out in over 100 American cities after King’s murder.
Between 1850 and 1930, the census created new categories that reinforced a white supremacist obsession with ‘racial purity.’
The new state’s leaders banned slavery—but tried to kick free black people out.
He was an athletic phenomenon who broke the NFL's "color barrier."
To craft legal discrimination, the Third Reich studied the United States.
It was police, not politicians, who misled the public in 1975.
Nearly 50 years before the March on Washington, African Americans took to the streets of New York protest racial inequality.
Find out how a couple in love brought forward the landmark case, Loving v. Virginia, which forever changed the color of marriage in the United States.