William Loren Katz

William Loren Katz is the author of 40 books on African American history, and has been associated with New York University as an instructor and Scholar in Residence since 1973. His website is www.williamlkatz.com. Read an interview with Katz about his life teaching and writing history.

Oliver Law, the Lincoln Brigade’s Black Commander

The Pueblo Revolt and the Statue of the Conquistador

Sean Spicer Explains the Holocaust

Freedom Fighters Before Emancipation

The Real Confederate Flag Issue

The Politics of Thanksgiving

The Forgotten Fight Against Fascism

The First American Freedom Fighter

Gingrich Confronts History in the South

How Not to Celebrate an Anniversary

A Visit to Zuccotti Park

Rev. King and Today’s Wars

The Bloodlust of Teddy Roosevelt

The Pentagon and the King Legacy

The Women Who Gave Us Christmas

Are Cruel Years Coming to a Neighborhood Near You?

Changing History

Christmas Eve Freedom Fighters

Tortured Reasoning; Tortured Results

Obama, One Ape and Two Newspapers

"Kill Him!"


Christmas Eve Freedom Fighters

Waterboarding in American History

Racism and the Cherokee Nation

The First U.S. Foreign Invasion: Seizing Florida in 1816

Harry Belafonte Reaffirms a Proud Tradition

Remembering the First Quagmire at Christmastime

Christmas Eve Resistance to the First US Occupation

Giving Thanks to Whom?

A Tragedy and a Failure That Has Stimulated Terrorism

Dire Warnings from the Past

The Meaning of Hugo Chávez

Iraq, the US and an Old Lesson