My grandparents were murdered during the Osage Reign of Terror. It took my family generations to recover.
“I will leave this house only if I am dead,” the prominent New York doctor told his ex-wife, who was seeking half the value of their Manhattan townhouse in a divorce.
The award-winning photojournalist broke gender barriers and was the first American female reporter killed in combat in Vietnam.
The president worried that his grandson had “an unconquerable indolence of temper, and a dereliction, in fact, to all study.”
To call it loaded question does not begin to do justice to the matter, given America’s tortured racial history and its haunting legacy.