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How a Black Journalist-Turned-Ambassador Changed the Game in Both Media and Diplomacy Briggs v. Elliott brought us Brown v. Board of Education. Here’s how. Red Summer: When Racist Mobs Ruled William and Elizebeth Friedman and the NSA’s “Secrecy Virus” Black Women’s 200 Year Fight for the Vote The Women Who Brought Us the Moon Wernher von Braun and the Nazis Special Katrina Issue (March/April 2006)
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A Death Ruled “Justifiable” Un(re)solved The Pain Of Police Killings Can Last Decades A Deep South Cold Case Goes Frigid Before ‘Freedom Summer,’ A Wave Of Violence Largely Forgotten A Racial Murder the FBI Can’t Seem to Solve Traitor Town: The Unsolved Civil Rights Murder of Clifton Walker Decades after slaying, Mississippi family seeks justice A Father’s Life Tugs His Son to Revisit Unsolved Crimes Seeking ‘peace on this earth’: Detailing the need for Alabama to offer a formal state apology Recy Taylor May Finally See Alabama Acknowledge Her 1944 Rape The Legacy of a Murder Belated Justice for Civil Rights Era Crimes Special Katrina Issue (March/April 2006) Voter Disenfranchisement by Attrition
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A Death Ruled “Justifiable” Reframing The March on Washington The Black Ambassador Who Took His Fight for Equality Straight to the State Department When Blue Jeans Got a Bad Name A Place to Remember The War at Home Mr. Civil Rights The Cryptanalyst Who Brought Down the Mob Mississippi Justice The Ongoing Fight She Resisted Langston Hughes on Trial Another Hidden Figure: Clyde Foster Brought Color to NASA Broadcasting the Moon The Desegregation of Huntsville How NASA Sold Us a Trip to the Moon The Road to Apollo Zora Neale Hurston and the Polk County Blues Finding Carrie Buck The Acrobat Genetic Screening: Controlling Heredity The Rise and Fall of Lillian Leitzel, Circus Queen