Ella Fitzgerald, November 1946. Photography by William P. Gottlieb.Source

Ella Fitzgerald, November 1946. Photography by William P. Gottlieb.Source

Watch: Nelson Mandela talks about the injustice of white supremacy in what may…

Watch: Nelson Mandela talks about the injustice of white supremacy in what may be his first TV interview

Watch: Nelson Mandela talks about the injustice of white supremacy in what may…

It took ages for one of African jazz's hidden masterpieces to be reissued. Still today, four decades later, 1976's 'African Songbird' tells volumes about the politics of the time.

It took ages for one of African jazz's hidden masterpieces to be reissued. Still today, four decades later, 1976's 'African Songbird' tells volumes about the politics of the time.

This Segregated Railway Car Offers a Visceral Reminder of the Jim Crow Era. Subtle and not-so-subtle reminders of a time when local and state laws forced racial segration.

This Segregated Railway Car Offers a Visceral Reminder of the Jim Crow Era

This Segregated Railway Car Offers a Visceral Reminder of the Jim Crow Era. Subtle and not-so-subtle reminders of a time when local and state laws forced racial segration.

An apartheid murder reckoning: Does the NPA have the courage?  Photo: Nokuthula Simelane was kidnapped, tortured and disappeared by apartheid forces in 1983.

An apartheid murder reckoning: Does the NPA have the courage? Photo: Nokuthula Simelane was kidnapped, tortured and disappeared by apartheid forces in 1983.

Mapping diversity: an exploration of our social tapestry These maps show, in a powerful way, the patterns of racial neighbourhood integration and segregation across South Africa’s largest cities.

Mapping diversity: an exploration of our social tapestry These maps show, in a powerful way, the patterns of racial neighbourhood integration and segregation across South Africa’s largest cities.

How One Woman Helped End Lunch Counter Segregation in the Nation’s Capital. Mary Church Terrell’s court case demanded the district’s “lost laws” put an end to racial discrimination in dining establishments.

How One Woman Helped End Lunch Counter Segregation in the Nation’s Capital

How One Woman Helped End Lunch Counter Segregation in the Nation’s Capital. Mary Church Terrell’s court case demanded the district’s “lost laws” put an end to racial discrimination in dining establishments.

Court says CIA must hand over Mandela files | City Press

Court says CIA must hand over Mandela files | City Press

eBook - 512 pages A case study about Afrikaners, how the humiliation and atrocities of the wars impacted their collective psyche.

eBook - 512 pages A case study about Afrikaners, how the humiliation and atrocities of the wars impacted their collective psyche.


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Murder at Small Koppie: The real story of the Marikana Massacre by [Marinovich, Greg]

Murder at Small Koppie: The real story of the Marikana Massacre by [Marinovich, Greg]

Shannon Mattern, "A stuffed history of the closet, where 'the past becomes space,'" Places Journal (July 2017).  Closets are not just for storage. They are also active, generative spaces where media are made and knowledges born.

Shannon Mattern, "A stuffed history of the closet, where 'the past becomes space,'" Places Journal (July 2017). Closets are not just for storage. They are also active, generative spaces where media are made and knowledges born.

A Colonial-Era Wound Opens in Namibia - The New York Times

A Colonial-Era Wound Opens in Namibia

A Colonial-Era Wound Opens in Namibia - The New York Times

On this day in 1912 Josiah Gumede, John Dube, Pixley ka Isaka Seme and Sol Plaatje founded what would become the ANC.

On this day in 1912 Josiah Gumede, John Dube, Pixley ka Isaka Seme and Sol Plaatje founded what would become the ANC.

Die Welt von Gestern von Stefan Zweig - Text im Projekt Gutenberg

Die Welt von Gestern von Stefan Zweig - Text im Projekt Gutenberg

Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje (9 October 1876 – 19 June 1932) was a South African intellectual, journalist, linguist, politician, translator and writer. The Sol Plaatje Local Municipality, which includes the city of Kimberley, was named after him.

Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje (9 October 1876 – 19 June 1932) was a South African intellectual, journalist, linguist, politician, translator and writer. The Sol Plaatje Local Municipality, which includes the city of Kimberley, was named after him.

You Are My Sunshine: A Holocaust Novel.   Book two of the All My Love Detrick, series by [Kagan, Roberta]

You Are My Sunshine: A Holocaust Novel. Book two of the All My Love Detrick, series by [Kagan, Roberta]

Slave heritage is big business, tainting the diaspora's bonds with Africa

Slave heritage is big business, tainting the diaspora's bonds with Africa

At a park Thursday in Winnetka, Ill., 3,000 flags were placed in memory of the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001.

Uncertainty reigns over possible end of 9/11 health programs

At a park Thursday in Winnetka, Ill., 3,000 flags were placed in memory of the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001.

Verhängnisvoller Wandel. Ansichten aus der Provinz 1933-1949: Die Fotosammlung Biella: Amazon.de: Thomas Medicus: Bücher

Verhängnisvoller Wandel. Ansichten aus der Provinz 1933-1949: Die Fotosammlung Biella: Amazon.de: Thomas Medicus: Bücher

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