Dr. Martin Luther King's message of economic justice is the subject of a new book by UW Tacoma historian Michael Honey.
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Josiah Pollock, '18 History, has a passion for local history that isn't confined to a textbook.
KBTC brings the Henry Louis Gates, Jr., documentary "Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise" to UW Tacoma.
"It was an amazing time in this country - you had the fight for civil rights, black power, feminism, Vietnam."
The next phase of finding and cleaning up groundwater plumes under our urban campus begins July 27 with the drilling of wells.
What makes history? UW Tacoma student Sophie Nop was tasked with answering that question for an exhibit marking the Washington State Historical Society's 125th anniversary.
‘This was the first holiday around a national figure who is not a president, and who is African American,’ Honey said. ‘Many in Congress did not want to recognize an African American that was thought of as a troublemaker by some in his day.’
Watch a UW Tacoma art class build a sculpture celebrating the 1936 “Boys in the Boat.”