Ku Klux Klan
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The New York Times › Opinions › 22 hours ago
There is much Nikki Haley could learn from a true heroine of the South Carolina Confederate flag removal: Bree Newsome Bass.
The New York Times › Entertainment › 1 day ago
Donald Byrd’s “Greenwood,” about the 1921 massacre of black citizens of Tulsa, struggles to translate traumatic history into movement.
Fox News › Opinions › 2 days ago
Journalists grew concerned about a political party’s supposed racism this week. Only this time the media were complaining about the Democratic Party.
CNN › Opinions › 2 days ago
Historian Karen L. Cox condemns the $2.5 million settlement between the University of North Carolina's Board of Governors and the Sons of Confederate Veterans as a betrayal of the institution's educational mission and an amplification of the racist...
The Guardian › 3 days ago
Critics say Dylann Roof’s actions ‘completely consistent’ with flag after Haley claims battle flag represented ‘service and sacrifice and heritage’
The Sun › 3 days ago
A CLASS photo of rookie prison officers performing a Nazi salute has sparked outrage in the US. The men and women were on a training course when they posed for a group picture in uniform – which was printed under the slogan “Hail Byrd!”. The logo...
New York Post › 3 days ago
Several employees for the West Virginia Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation have been suspended after posing for a photo while performing a Nazi salute under the text “Hail Byrd!” The picture, first published by WCHS-TV, features about 30...
Fox News › Politics › 4 days ago
A state commission in Virginia called for the repeal of outdated, racist laws Thursday that legally entrenched segregation, barred interracial marriage and prevented black voters from casting ballots, among other measures.
Virginia commission calls for repeal of outdated laws with 'explicitly racist language and segregationist policies'
The Hill › 4 days ago
A state commission created by Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) on Thursday said it found "deeply troubling" instances of "explicitly racist language and segregationist policies" still on the books and called for...
HuffPost › Politics › 4 days ago
Mass murderers are listed as real estate investors or doctors, and white supremacists get the titles of "writer" and "publisher."
The New York Times › 4 days ago
A commission Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam tasked with researching racist laws from the state’s past recommended Thursday that dozens be repealed in order to purge the state’s books of discriminatory language.
USA Today › 4 days ago
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The New York Times › 4 days ago
As the United Nations agency considers whether to rescind the cultural heritage designation, a city’s mayor has tried to renounce the honor.
Washington Times › Entertainment › 4 days ago
A statue of slain civil rights leader Vernon Dahmer now sits outside the Forrest County Courthouse in Mississippi.
Newsweek › 5 days ago
The University of North Carolina has agreed to pay a group linked with the promotion of racist ideas $2.5 million in a settlement for a lawsuit that is drawing scrutiny from lawyers.
The Guardian › 5 days ago
Personal items on display at the Library of Congress reveal the private thoughts and lifelong activism of the woman who refused to give up her seat
The New York Times › Entertainment › 5 days ago
The novelist Rachel Kushner also writes about art. Her collection is a reminder of those essays and features.
Breitbart › Technology › 5 days ago
Administrators at Washington College have shut down a performance of the award-winning play The Foreigner by playwright Larry Shue after students expressed concern that the show offensively satirizes the Ku Klux Klan.
The New York Times › Opinions › 5 days ago
The University of North Carolina’s settlement over a controversial statue is a subsidy for white nationalism.
In 1969, charismatic Black Panthers leader Fred Hampton was killed in a hail of gunfire. 50 years later, the fight against police brutality continues
Chicago Tribune › 6 days ago
For a generation of Chicagoans, their opinion of what happened in 1969 when Chicago police raided the West Side apartment of Black Panther Party members depended greatly on what neighborhood they called home.