Little is known about these brave men, but there is a move to change that.
"I saw those state troopers with their Billy clubs. They took one end of the Billy club in one hand and began to beat heads. I saw blood flowing. I heard pandemonium break out as they lobbed gas canisters over in the crowd."
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice remembers growing up in Birmingham, Alabama during the heated Civil Rights era of the 1950s and ‘60s.
CBN News anchor Lee Webb travels to Richmond, Virginia, to investigate the untold story of Stonewall Jackson.
Baritone and piano player Wintley Phipps talks about the role of music in Black history and sings "Amazing Grace".
Billy Graham and Martin Luther King, Jr. worked together to promote civil rights for African-Americans.
In 1955, Emmett Till was lynched for whistling at a white woman. Till's cousin, Simeon, forgives those responsible.
Obama has made history formally accepting the top spot on a major party ticket, but today marks another major milestone.
Ninety-six-year-old Johnnie Rebecca Carr is a woman who devoted her entire life to the civil rights struggle in Montgomery.
CBN News' Charlene Israel talks to the actors from Red Tails about the story of the WWII Tuskegee Airmen and the courage it took to break the race barrier for military fighter pilots.
Carver fell in love with the wonders of nature - a passion that earned him a nick name that lasted a lifetime.
Whether it is swaying with gospel choirs, tapping along with quartets, or simply raising hands to the rhythm of soul-stirring songs, gospel music can be seen -- and heard -- throughout black America.
Tuskegee University was founded in 1881 by a ex-slave - a man who became the most influential American educator of his time.
The Blind Boys of Alabama travel around the world sharing the Gospel through music.
Kim was consumed with African American culture and she harbored a contempt for other races, until a relationship with Jesus began to change her heart.
Actor Nate Parker talks about his movie and the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen.
Though it is realized more today than ever before, there's still room to grow in our love for each other.
They were not even recognized as citizens of the country they fought so valiently to defend.
The largest-ever attempted slave escape took place April 15, 1848.
Leader of the Underground Railroad
Orator. Author. Abolitionist.
First African-American Supreme Court Justice
First African-American U.S. President