Tales from the past to titillate and educate while giving you a lens on the present and future.
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Gurira had an “idyllic childhood” in what was then not a failed state, but an African country with great promise.
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As marijuana laws get less restrictive, it’s instructive to go back to the days when weed was considered pure evil.
Nearly 400,000 proud African-Americans served a country in World War I that was incapable of honoring their service.
Charlotte Maxeke fought for the rights of women and Black South Africans long before the notion of equality was considered.
Three lighthouse keepers disappeared into thin air. Was it aliens, wild seas or something else?
Tom Crosslin fought for the legalization of marijuana, but the ambitious pot advocate and his life partner were gunned down in Michigan long before his dreams came true.
The “great cattle killing” of 1856 remains one of the most controversial — and devastating — episodes in South African history.