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Confederate monuments not limited to the Old South
-The Seattle Times - Thu Aug 17 17:07:01 EDT 2017
Confederate monuments aren’t just located in parks and cemeteries in the states of the Old South. Most of the 11 Southern states that seceded prior to and during the Civil War have...
Use of 'terrorism' label depends on questions of rhetoric, law
-Post Bulletin - Wed Aug 16 05:46:20 EDT 2017
ST. PAUL — After a man used his car to mow down a group of counter-protesters at a white supremacist rally in Virginia, many are asking: What constitutes an act of terrorism? "What...
CHARLESTON, Va. -- Leo Twiggs, a son of the South, sees life as a series of crossings. That's why the 83-year-old artist has spent four decades painting a recurring symbol: The Con...
Baltimore Has Removed Several Confederate Statues Overnight
-UPROXX - Wed Aug 16 05:47:48 EDT 2017
Ever since a car driven by a white supremacist allegedly plowed through a street filled with anti-racism protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, racial tensions across the country...
Sessions, Tim Scott discuss racist violence in South Carolina
-The Hill - Thu Aug 17 17:01:03 EDT 2017
The Post and Courier reported that Sessions was in town for a closed-door meeting with local law enforcement officials to discuss the Justice Department's law enforcement goals, wh...
When white supremacist Dylann Roof shot and killed nine African American parishioners in a Charleston church, communities quickly called for the removal of public commemorations to...
Keep up the anti-hate protests, peacefully
-The Seattle Times - Tue Aug 15 14:53:42 EDT 2017
THE shocking white nationalism on display last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, is a relapse of an old cancer in America. We’ve seen the swastikas and “Sieg Heil” salutes befo...
Before June 17, 2015, most Americans didn’t think much about the more than 700 Confederate monuments around the nation. And then Dylann Roof, a 21-year-old white supremacist, massa...
10 Surprising States That Have Confederate Statues
-International Business Times - Thu Aug 17 11:20:45 EDT 2017
More than 150 years after the Civil War ended, statues memorializing the Confederacy stand in 10 states.  A nationwide discussion regarding the removal of Confe...
Erasing American history
-tribLive - Tue Aug 15 17:00:29 EDT 2017
A person holds a candle during a vigil in Shreveport, La., for those recently wounded and killed during Confederate monument protests in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend. (AP Pho...
Erasing American history
-tribLive - Tue Aug 15 17:12:18 EDT 2017
A person holds a candle during a vigil in Shreveport, La., for those recently wounded and killed during Confederate monument protests in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend. (AP Pho...
Clockwise from top left: Roger Taney in Baltimore; Nathan Bedford Forrest in Memphis; Albert Pike in Washington, D.C.; and Wade Hampton in Columbia, South Carolina. In the aftermat...
Google joins GoDaddy in dropping Nazi site Daily Stormer
-NY Daily News - Mon Aug 14 14:32:08 EDT 2017
Google has joined GoDaddy in cutting ties with the hateful Daily Stormer blog after it spewed vitriol about the Charlottesville attack. Spokespeople for GoDaddy Inc. and Google sai...
By Chris Kenning (Reuters) - Undeterred by violence over the planned removal of a Confederate statue in Charlottesville, Virginia, state and city leaders across various U.S. southe...
Two days after giving white supremacists a subtle wink and a nod, President Trump declared the racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic thugs in Charlottesville, Virginia, “repugnant.” ...
GoDaddy cuts ties with Daily Stormer over Charlottesville post
-NY Daily News - Mon Aug 14 02:09:02 EDT 2017
The future of the hateful Daily Stormer blog was uncertain Monday as GoDaddy decided to cut ties with the site for disparaging the lone casualty of the Charlottesville, Va., attack...
The Daily Stormer, a website devoted to White supremacy and neo-Nazism, has been kicked off the GoDaddy domain after the website ran a hateful and demeaning story about the woman k...
Far-Right Leaders Circumvented PayPal Policy To Fund Charlottesville Rallies
-International Business Times - Wed Aug 16 14:30:38 EDT 2017
The Charlottesville, Va., “Unite the Right” rally last Saturday that left dozens injured and one woman dead required strategic planning, with several neo-Nazi and Alt-Right leaders...
After Saturday’s car attack in Charlottesville, Virginia, many local officials are again debating whether to remove or relocate the Confederate statues and other historical markers...
The terrorist attack in Charlottesville has forced us to deal with a problem that has been festering since the beginning of Reconstruction. What do we do with Confederate symbols a...
After the violence that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend, there’s been a new push from liberals and progressives around the country to remove statues and tr...
Simmering efforts to remove Confederate statues in cities across the country have been reignited in the wake of last weekend’s deadly clashes at a white supremacist rally in Charlo...
Before June 17, 2015, most Americans didn’t think much about the more than 700 Confederate monuments around the nation. And then Dylann Roof, a 21-year-old white supremacist, massa...
Echoes of the Confederacy are scattered across the U.S. in the form of hundreds of symbols that are a reminder of the nation's divided past. This past weekend's violence in Charlot...
Echoes of the Confederacy are scattered across the U.S. in the form of hundreds of symbols that are a reminder of the nation's divided past. This past weekend's violence in Charlot...
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Remember that Donald Trump froze funds that were supposed to go to groups fighting neo-Nazi violence. Remember that the Department of Justice recently announced that its civil righ...
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Wednesday that the Charlottesville car attack could be prosecuted as a hate crime, saying that federal authorities "intensely" probing the case ...
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It’s about to get a lot harder for white supremacist groups to fundraise and plan activities, as pressure grows on companies to kick hate groups off of their services. Discover DFS...
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