On this day 95 years ago, in 1920, after a 72-year struggle, women in the United States won the right to vote.
On this date in 1964, a nearly $1 billion anti-poverty measure was signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson.
"Black cats are still the least likely to be adopted, and they need people to give them a chance."
On this date 20 years ago, thousands demonstrated in support of journalist and former Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal.
With voting rights under fire, GOP candidates have an opportunity to address the need to fix one of the nation's most important statutes.
The slogan of the day was "Medicare: As American as Apple Pie."
Happy birthday, Medicare! Celebrations are occurring all over the country.
"It's time for the government to admit that Ethel Rosenberg was not a spy and that Julius was not an atomic spy."
She organized African American women in the South to vote despite the Jim Crow poll tax and other racist restrictions.
Many white people in the South held no one in captivity. Lies and false fear, not ideals, were used to convince them to vote for leaving the Union.