This year marks the 60th anniversary of Charlayne Hunter Gault’s arrival at the historically segregated University of Georgia in Athens.
Viewers from around the Island and across the country joined over Zoom for a morning of music and celebration as part of the fifth annual Martha’s Vineyard Collaborative Black History event.
In a presentation hosted by the charter school, Caroline Hunter described how a small grassroots effort grew into an international revolution that helped end apartheid.


This is the unusual story of the unlikely relationship between two families.


My undaunted mother took me to see the moving picture version of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. In my safe world I knew nothing of slavery, not even the word.
As the result of interest shown at a meeting Monday night, the Island now has a chapter of its own of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.