William Levitt and Joseph Eichler both pioneered suburban development. But one fought for fair housing, while the other refused to integrate his communities.
A new history argues convincingly that Hitler’s policies were inspired by institutionalized racism and common-law pragmatism in the United States
The Jewish ghetto haunts sociologist Mitchell Duneier’s new history of the American one
Listen to Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1958 speech at my synagogue, and you’ll understand how his words continue to inspire activism
In his new book ‘Breaking the Line,’ Sam Freedman recounts the history of a 1968 documentary that helped break color barriers
How Jews both segregated and integrated Levittown