The Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments to the US Constitution. It guarantees all Americans basic freedoms – but those freedoms have always been under attack.
Exploring America’s history and how it impacts today’s society – from the Founding Mothers to what marijuana tells us about States’ rights
How has the U.S. Constitution endured when it was created over 200 years ago? Why is it still the supreme law of the land today?
In 1968 – the Miss America beauty pageant became the focus of an audacious protest that helped move feminism forward.
It was one of the deadliest terror attacks in US history. So why wasn’t the Tulsa Race Massacre properly taught in US schools until 2019?
The Chinese Massacre of 1871 was the deadliest lynching in US history – wiping out 10% of LA’s immigrant Chinese population in the space of just a few hours.
When scientists at the top secret ‘Manhattan project’ wanted to discover how radioactive bomb materials could affect the human body – they secretly injected terminally ill patients with uranium to find out.
When the Havasupai tribe became the subject of a medical trial in the 1990s, their DNA was covertly used for scientific testing that participants had not consented to.
On April 22, 1970, the US went climate crazy – as 20 million Americans took part in the very first Earth Day.
The Great Depression was one of the worst economic disasters America has ever experienced. But it’s also a period that produced some of the great innovations in US history.
The completion of the Transcontinental Railroad in 1869 was one of the first mass media events in US history.