As a 15-year-old, Claudette Colvin was kicked off a segregated bus nine months before Rosa Parks. Parks has said Colvin's story partially inspired her to refuse to give up her own seat, but history often does not recognize Colvin.
Support for freed slaves was so strong after the Civil War that many were elected to office in the 1860s. Their success was short-lived, cut down by racist sentiments that look very much like the ones rocking the country today.
History Refocused: Since Christmas Eve in 1865, membership in the Ku Klux Klan ignited and multiplied three separate times, in each instance enacting brutal violence and terror -- but the Klan's power never held for long.
Patients may not know when race correction is used in their treatment, but a new generation of medical students is calling on doctors to re-think the common practice.
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