The study found that African-Americans who had experienced the stress of lifetime discrimination were up to 50% more likely to develop high blood pressure than those who reported lower levels of discrimination.
William Green details the fight to achieve black suffrage in the state, the rise of Jim Crow laws and the impact of segregation on education. He also follows notable black intellectuals and entrepreneurs.
The Charles Chamblis exhibit at the Minnesota Historical Society demonstrates his gift of making instant icons of perfectly ordinary events.
When schoolyard and other fights between youths revealed underlying tensions, grownups took the lead in bringing the two communities together.