African-American activist Rosa Parks (1913-2005) famously stood up for the Civil Rights Movement by sitting down in a segregated section of a Montgomery, Alabama bus in 1955.

Baltimore Celebrates Black History Month With Innovative Interactive Experiences

Tribute to Patrice Lumumba: His last letter

The ancient coin that gives impetus to China-Africa trade

Nigeria at 50: A celebration of brute life, penury and disillusion

Algeria’s Timgad Roman ruins: A "Numidian Pompeii"

Brazil prioritize relations with Africa

Construction of Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial Successfully Progressing On National Mall in Washington, D.C.

West African Heritage & History Explored on Crystal Voyage

Rwanda: Political and linguistic change under a prominent leader?

Sahel’s Islamic heritage gets a lease of life

The great African Meroë empire at the Louvre Museum

US: State Agencies Join to Celebrate Black History

The lost Kingdom of Ife, found in Europe

Harking back to the ghosts of District Six

Ida B. Wells-Barnett: Fighting and Writing for Justice

Brown v. Board of Education: The Law, the Legacy

Before Rosa Parks there was Claudette Colvin

Rosa Parks: Mother of Civil Rights

Sojourner Truth: Abolishionist and proponent of women’s rights

Black History Month: The automatic bread-making machine

Nelson Mandela’s short walk to freedom remembered

Proof of Jesus’ Black Heritage Comes From Surprising Source, Two Black Mormons

Black History Month: A legacy of struggle and triumph

Agora, or an Egyptian revolution

Black African presence in Mexico: A pictorial delight

From Footnote to Fame in Civil Rights History

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