Historic accounts describe her “wild” appearance. So why did English settler Mad Ann Bailey don men’s clothes to take up the fight against Native American tribes?
Hidden Figures shines a light on influential Americans who’s stories don’t usually make it into the textbooks – from the “Robin Hood of Harlem” to the greatest athlete of the 20th century.
The story of Virginia Hall – one of the most decorated special agents of the Second World War.
Folklorist and social crusader – Stetson Kennedy, who helped unmask one of the deadliest hate groups in US history – the KKK.
For civil rights activist, lawyer, judge and state senator Constance Baker Motley, breaking through the limits placed on women and people of colour was all in a day’s work.
At a time when the British ruled over the 13 colonies of North America with an iron fist, poet, playwright and ‘whistleblower’ Mercy Otis Warren – used her words to throw serious shade their way.
Mary Carson, born into the wealthy Breckinridge family in 1881, changed the face of US midwifery. This is her story.
This is the story of Newton Knight, a Confederate soldier in the American Civil War
Kentucky-born Garrett Morgan invented life saving gadgets, despite facing racial prejudice all his life.
Brown versus Board of Education, thrust Linda Brown, who was just 9-years-old at the time, into the national spotlight.
Jim Thorpe, the first native American to achieve Olympic gold medal glory – he also played pro football, basketball AND baseball