A lot has happened in Hawaii in the last few decades.But it's worth remembering that the islands were a place of the past by the time Hawaiians went to college in the mid-1800s.Today, the islands are still home to some of the most unique places in the United States.We've compiled a list of some of those places and some of their history.It also includes a look at some of Hawaii's past political str...
The history of white supremacy is one of the most complicated and divisive subjects in modern times.
This month sees an increasing number of publications and organisations reporting on the phenomenon and the reasons behind it.
White History month brings together stories of people from different backgrounds sharing their stories of racism, white supremacy and the people who fight for the rights of all people.
White history month has seen a rise in the number of media outlets reporting on it, with several websites and news organisations including the BBC, CNN, Sky News and Al Jazeera reporting on issues related to the subject.
It’s no surprise then that there is an increased focus on the topic.
In an attempt to better understand the issue, BBC Radio 4’s Today programme interviewed some of the world’s foremost experts in the field and asked them to explain the origins and meaning of white history.
This week, they released a report called “White History Month 2016: A Journey through Time”.
The BBC report looks at the past 50 years of white genocide, white privilege, white supremacist movements, and the ongoing battle to eradicate it.
This year, white history Month is also marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of the International Day Against White Supremacy (IDAW), which was launched on May 3, 1946 in the US.
In 2017, the UK government will commemorate the 100 years since the end of the first world war.