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Whitewashing slave-owning founding fathers seems a little more egregious in our current moment.
The message behind 'Black Is King’ is more relevant than ever, yet some are approaching it with hate and anger.
Andre Green joins us to discuss the current inflection point we’re going through as a nation. He also shares his personal reaction and describes the reactions he’s witnessed locally in Massachusetts.
Scenes from the 2020 celebration of America's original Mardi Gras parade in Mobile, Alabama.
We check out the massive, immersive new sculpture at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Miles reflects on being subject to a violent incident when he was in college, what he took away from that situation, and the ways in which others might benefit from a similar experience.
Betsy shares her story of getting arrested at seventeen and how she was able to come out of the situation unscathed.
Dan reminisces about a prank he pulled on his sister when they were children and how he still feels guilty about it decades later. 1st Person is presented by Urban Outfitters. Music featured in the episode: "Opera" by Surf Curse
Most of the successful strategies put to the task have been implemented by women.
Also unofficially known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, Emancipation Day, & Cel-Liberation Day, it's time to make Juneteenth an official holiday across the U.S.
It's time for Italian Americans to invest their cultural heritage in a new historical figure.
A viral cake-cutting video provided social media some sorely needed jokes...and a little confectionary trauma.
Pro sports should stop indefinitely until America gets its act together.
The only thing we were really missing was new Epstein-related material.
Are large corporations boycotting the social media giant motivated by anything other than the market?