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A Museum Teaches Tolerance Through Jim Crow

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A disastrous rehearsal for D-Day took place on Slapton Sands in southwestern England. Terry Smith/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Image hide caption

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Operation Tiger: D-Day's Disastrous Rehearsal

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Korean Store Owner On Arming Himself For Riots

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Rodney King: 'Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right'

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Tracing The Divides In The War 'To End All Wars'

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Three years ago, Rufus McDonald found historic documents in an abandoned house and took them to a rare-books dealer. The papers and books belonged to Richard T. Greener, a 19th century intellectual who was the first African-American to graduate from Harvard University. Cheryl Corley/NPR hide caption

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Discovery Sparks Interest In Forgotten Black Scholar

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White Citizens' Council leader Asa Earl Carter denounces school integration in Clinton, Tenn., on Aug. 31, 1956. AP hide caption

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The Artful Reinvention Of Klansman Asa Earl Carter

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The Gospel, buried with St. Cuthbert in 698, was recovered from his grave in 1104. Its beautiful red leather binding is original. Courtesy of the British Library hide caption

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The St. Cuthbert Gospel: Looking Pretty Good At 1,300

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A Century Of Joy And Heartbreak At Fenway Park

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The barons wanted King John to stop seizing their grain. The fish weirs had to go, too. Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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Mayor Bartlett Addresses Tulsa's Racial Divide

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How America 'Struck Back': Doolittle Raid Turns 70

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