Ellis Island was the gateway for over 12 million immigrants to the United States as the nation's busiest immigrant inspection station from 1892 until 1954. The island was made part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument in 1965, and has hosted a museum of immigration since 1990. Let’s see few color portraits of immigrants who’d been there.
Would you call out a racist?
In this episode of 'what would you do', three actors play out a racist scene in a barbershop to see how people will react and if anybody will step in. The last woman's reaction is incredible.
Who are dreaded white folks? Are they rare “creatures”, or is it common for white people to have dreadlocks? See the photos after the jump.
It’s popular to dive with belugas, beautiful toothed whales. You can meet these amazing creatures while swimming in the White Sea, Russia. They will help you swimming and entertain you as they are very friendly and love divers. This thrilling photo shoot with belugas was taken by photographer Andrey Nekrasov from Ukraine.
The photos in this post are the underwater creatures that inhabit the White Sea. These incredibly difficult to take photos show the invertebrates that live in this cold northern sea. They seem to thrive living in such an unfavorable environment.
I didn’t think that white crows really existed. But they do! And they look beautiful.
The number of South African whites who live below the poverty line is growing steadily. White unemployment doubled since 1995. What it’s like for some white people to live in South Africa today is shown inside this post.