Photo of Mao Zedong and Lin Biao surrounded by Red Guards.
History

Mao Zedong, Work Teams, and the Red Guards

October 8, 2021

Mao re-entered the Chinese political scene with a splash. On July 16, 1966, after several months of absence, his photo was spread across the front page of the People’s Daily—swimming in the Yangzi River. […]

A person answering “Yes” to a question regarding his race on a piece of paper asking whether he is a native American or not
American History

The Battle against Native American Racism

October 7, 2021

The National Indian Youth Council aimed at organizing foundations and membership bases. These communities had magnificent effects. The council helped the long-overdue activism that was needed for Indians and their traditions. […]

A dream catcher hanging from barbed wire at sunset
American History

Two Visions for the Freedom of Native Americans

October 7, 2021

Even though it appeared that America was quite progressive than ever when it came to minority issues like black equality, the hostile attitude towards Native American communities didn’t seem to change. […]

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