How the The Stonewall Inn became the focus of the LGBTQ+ community’s fight for rights in the 1960s
Academy of American Democracy
Created in partnership with the New York Historical Society as part of their Academy of American Democracy project, this series looks at the links between the roots of democracy in ancient Athens and modern day democracy in the USA
Why are public spaces – places that are open to everyone, where people can gather – necessary for democracy?
How did the Atlantic World connect the Old World and New World and impact the development of early America?
Welcome to Athens, the birthplace of democracy, and one of the most successful city-states in all of Ancient Greece: thanks, in part, to its unique geography.
Some of the most prominent activism comes from artists – who create work that inspires people to think critically about the society they live in
What did the Founding Fathers learn from democracies of the past as they crafted the US Constitution?
How can democratic societies claim to support equality while holding humans in bondage?
In the late 1700s, three major revolutions rocked the Atlantic World. But what were the ideas that characterized the Age of Revolutions, and how did they change the course of history?
Around 3,000 years ago, the ancient Athenian government transitioned from the “rule of a few” to the “rule of many”, and democracy was born.