A picture is worth a thousand words.
By Kara Brand
The men who were the Harlem Hellfighters were brave, courageous, and true.
Meet extraordinary individuals; explore communities; deepen your understanding of America.
After facing racism in America, Bullard made a home in France, where he became the first African American military pilot during World War I.
The first African American female postal worker was renowned for more than her groundbreaking status.
Tubman led 150 men in a military operation that freed 750 enslaved people and wreaked havoc on Confederate troops.
Cathay Williams was inspired to join the U.S. Army during her time pressed into service in the Civil War.
These enlightening books examine the history and sociology of race.
Rediscover the forgotten battles of America's most defining war.
Robert Smalls commandeered a ship, freed dozens of other slaves, and convinced President Lincoln to allow black men to serve in the Union Army.
Henry Flipper, born a slave, beat astonishing odds and overcame classmates' racism to become the first black graduate in 1877.
The woman who helped hundreds of enslaved people find freedom.