'1917' is based on Alfred Mendes’ role as a messenger when he served in the 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade, training as a signaller in France. He was thereafter sent to Belgium, with the rest of his battalion, to win back the village of Poelcappelle.
Chef/writer Tunde Wey, who uses food to explore issues of race and inequality among African Americans, wants to use applesauce sales to fund local ventures that promote wellness and generate economic opportunities for the African American community.
Little America wants to give its episodes extra meaning by being based on truth, because, especially right now, it is heartrending and lovely to see stories about American immigrants that are based on real lives.
Trump is on trial. We will, of course, present the case for his conviction and removal. But beyond that, we will work to vaccinate society against Trumpism by providing a continuous stream of fact, analysis and vision.
Reviewing a volume that amply clarifies the legacy of martyred Pan African historian and militant Walter Rodney, the Guyanese intellectual who emerged as one of the leading thinkers and activists of the anticolonial revolution.
The 1898 white supremacist riot in Wilmington, North Carolina, which African American writer Charles Chesnutt immortalized in his novel The Marrow of Tradition (1901), is brought to life again in this new historical account.