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A screenshot of Black parade go-ers from the 1902 Ringling Bros. Parade Film that has been inducted into the National Film Registry.

1902 Film Shot in Indianapolis Makes National Film Registry

A film shot in Indianapolis in 1902 that captures a menagerie of Ringling Bros. circus animals parading through the city's downtown has landed a...

Black History’s Unsung Hero of the Civil War

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent Educated and ambitious are terms most historians use to describe Christian Abraham Fleetwood, born free and...

Meet Jason Reynolds, 2020-21 National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature

Staff Writer Voice & Viewpoint He made his first connection to reading at 17, with Richard Wright’s Black Boy. “What lit me up about it was...

How to Be an Anti-Racist, according to Ibram X Kendi

“A combination of memoir and extension of towering Stamped from the Beginning… Never wavering… Kendi methodically examines racism through numerous lenses: power, biology,...