How Skinheads Transformed From Inclusive Youth Movement Into Racist Hate Group
Before linking with Neo-Nazism, skinhead culture started among young English and Jamaican working-class communities in 1960s London.
Infant Remains Discovered In Sewer System Of Old Catholic Home For Unmarried Women
As many as 796 infants died in St. Mary's home for unmarried women and children. Until now, the site of their remains was unknown.
When Jewish Scholars Sought Refuge In Black Universities
After escaping persecution in Europe, these Jewish scholars found hatred in its American form — and a deep bond with historically black colleges and universities.
Why Learning The History Of Porn Matters, According To Experts
Valuable lessons we should all learn from centuries of porn history.
4 Billion-Year-Old Rocks Contain Fossils Of The First Life On Earth
These microfossils are the oldest ever found on this planet.
Earliest Depiction Of Confucius Found In Disgraced Emperor’s Tomb
The find may reveal more about the philosopher's life.
“Dead Shot Mary” Shanley: The 1930s NYPD Officer With A Gun In Her Purse
Stanley was one of the NYPD's first female police officers — and one of its most badass.
The Black Panther Party Around the World
While short-lived, the Black Panther Party succeeded in inspiring marginalized people around the world to join the struggle against oppression.
This Holocaust’s Survivor’s New Roommate Is The Granddaughter Of Nazis
"How big your heart must be to do that... to open the door for someone who would remind him of all his pain.”
Everyday Life In Nazi Germany: 33 Photographs Of “Normal” Life In The Third Reich
Photos of the banal Nazi Germany that only certain populations could enjoy.
This Week In History, Feb. 26 – Mar. 4
Oldest fossil uncovered, original milk carton kid's killer caught, new ancient Roman McDonald's opens, ancient matrilineal society discovered, archaic delousing combs unearthed.