January 27, 2021
—Daniel P. Reynolds
The goal of Holocaust remembrance must be to ensure that willful abuses of memory are recognized by a majority for exactly what they are. That can only happen through education and a willingness to learn.
January 19, 2021
—Karen Ordahl Kupperman
The author of Pocahontas and the English Boys reflects on the reasons she was drawn to the story of four young people in Jamestown.
January 5, 2021
As we celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., we look to his role as a leading figure in the African American church. Browse eBooks on the history of Black religion for just $1.99 each throughout January!
December 7, 2020
—Louis A. DeCaro, Jr.
The author of The Untold Story of Shields Green explores the life of a Harper’s Ferry raider, and his representation in a recent film
November 25, 2020
Author Ellen M. Snyder-Grenier shares a series of stories about taking action in times of crisis from The House on Henry Street: The Enduring Life of a Lower East Side Settlement.
November 18, 2020
Historian David E. Settje talks about the gray area between politics and religion in America
November 10, 2020
Historian Donna T. Haverty-Stacke discusses one of the women who paved the way for VP-Elect Kamala Harris’ historic win