As Black History Month draws to a close, HuffPost Black Voices Editor Taryn Finley explains why celebrating Black history, culture and achievements shouldn’t stop at the end of February.
The statue was ripped from its base on the 168th anniversary of one of Douglass' most famous speeches condemning slavery.
The South Bend mayor's plan, named after abolitionist Fredrick Douglass, aims to tackle systemic racial inequalities across the country.
From slavery to the Trail of Tears to Japanese internment, this is what America has always done.
Sexual harassment starts well before women enter the workplace.
Education provides people concrete opportunities to overcome real circumstances of poverty or oppression.