These past few weeks in the twittersphere, the commemorations of the abolition of slavery in France took place virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read more here.
A monument is planned for St. Louis, Missouri, that will honor hundreds of enslaved men and women who fought for freedom. Learn more here.
This week in the twittersphere, scholars shared various digital resources for teaching online history courses in the midst of the novel coronavirus outbreak.
This week in the twittersphere, nearly 6,000 Confederate Slave Payroll records have been digitized by the U.S. National Archives in a multiyear project that concluded in January. The entire collection can now be viewed online.
This week in the twittersphere, Notes on the State published a new podcast episode that examines the life of Sally Hemings and how her story should influence the way scholars understand the history of
This week in the twittersphere, a scholar and direct descendant of Gabriel, an enslaved man who planned to take over Richmond, Virginia, in August 1800, discusses the