A health crisis catalyzes a political movement.
The terrible and rapid effect of AIDS.
Though decimated in numbers, a community grows stronger.
The filmmaker pounds the pavement for black history.
Does Confederate history mesh with black history?
Learn about Philadelphia's innovative black history requirement.
A civil rights hero who put her life on the line.
Turning a childhood tragedy into the pursuit of justice.
Retiring from the struggle, but not from the cause.
Ted Turner's colorization of classic films became film preservation's tipping point.
Like the best movies, The Wizard of Oz takes reality and turns it into a mythology.
Gregory Peck's portrayal of Atticus Finch embodied both American ideals and fatherhood.
Jessie Little Doe describes her initial resistance to working with a white linguist.
The Wampanoag people are recovering ancestral stories and writing original songs in their language.
A new generation is breathing life into what was once thought to be a lost language.
Called back in 2007 as Pakistan's best hope for democracy, Benazir paid the highest price.
Her wedding to Asif Ali Zardari was compared to a Bollywood movie or a campaign event.
In a recorded interview, Benazir described the people as her greatest source of strength.
A decade after World War II, East German archivists discovered an outtake reel from "The Ghetto."
A survivor recounts the deliberate staging of a scene.
Artist Elena Korovay reacted with some chagrin to Savitsky's zeal for her work.
Igor Savitsky made over 20 trips to Uzbekistan to smuggle art treasures out of Moscow.
Painter Mikhail Kurzin tried to follow the Soviet style, but he couldn't stand it.
Burroughs didn't feel at home unless he had a loaded gun by his side.
Later in life, Burroughs moved from words to images...using some very unusual techniques.
Publisher V. Vale describes how Burroughs became a role model on the punk rock scene.
What happened in Three Rivers changed the lives of millions.
Santiago Hernandez on town opposition to a Felix Longoria commemoration.
The relationship of Lyndon Johnson and Dr. Hector Garcia was complex and contentious.
Bill Bernbach brought art and copy together in the agency.