Thank you NY Times Magazine race correspondent Nikole Hannah for joining me on #PoliticsNation to discuss the legacy of slavery in the United States as we mark 400 years since the arrival of the first enslaved Africans.
The New York Times takes a look back on slavery in the United States as we mark 400 years since the arrival of the first enslaved Africans. Nikole Hannah-Jones, who spearheaded the project, joined me on #PoliticsNation .
2019 marks 400 years since the 1st recorded arrival of African slaves to the U.S. We explored the dark history of Ghana's coast castles, where Africans were held before being shipped off to a life of slavery
The latest update in white supremacy & toxic masculinity: organizers of the historic Hungarian pan-European picnic that began the end of the Iron Curtain love Orban, hate “Africans,” non-gender binary, believe Hungary is democratic.
William Wilberforce, who successfully campaigned to have British parliament ban the slave trade in 1807, used diagrams and models of the 'Brookes' slave ship to show the terrible conditions for the enslaved Africans on board (3/10)
An annual Africa trade meeting was held with no Africans. Visas for all 100 African delegates were denied by the US.
“As an immigrant myself, I am tired of being called the worst of the worst. I am tired of hearing Mexicans be called rapists or Africans be called vulgarities that I cannot even repeat on this floor.” -