NAACP wants “firm and significant action” against student who posed with Southern flag.
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Monument will be evaluated “with the benefit of a longer view of history.”
Texas refuses to offer license plates that honor Confederate heritage.
Make the Confederacy’s Defeat a National Holiday, New Republic
“New Birth of Freedom Day” would have fireworks.
Baptist conference covered “white privilege,” “persistent poverty,” and gentrification.
States that fly the Confederate flag are usually not allowed to host tournament games.
Selma, 50 Years After March, Remains a City Divided, Los Angeles Times
Jesse Jackson says black power hasn’t been a panacea for the city.
Rededication of Confederate Circle in Selma, Alabama, Special to AR News
United Daughters of the Confederacy to celebrate victory on May 23.
Judge says song represents “pernicious” racism.
Ballot Petition Aims to Protect Confederate Heritage, Clarion-Ledger
Mississippi initiative has 12 provisions to honor the South.
A Flag and Race at Bryn Mawr, Inside Higher Ed
Students dared fly the Confederate flag at a majority-minority women’s college.
Lone dissenter says it’s “painful and lonely” being a strict constitutionalist.
Among other things, “Confederate Drive” will be renamed “Chapel Lane.”
A “nationally certified speech pathologist” was going to strip them of their drawl.
Court Rules Texas Can’t Ban Sale of Confederate Flag License Plates, Los Angeles Times
The state will appeal.
School bows to black students’ “demands.”
Another assault on the past.
Calif. Bill Banning State Sale of Confederate Flag Passes, CBS Los Angeles
With only one dissenting vote.
Blacks upset because Washington and Lee University honors Robert E. Lee.
The private school isn’t bound by the First Amendment.
A single vendor is enough to taint a political rally.
Non-whites say the film “glamorizes” slavery.
Southern Nationalists Demonstrate in Tallahassee, Southern Nationalist Network
They held signs reading “Marco Rubio wants to replace us.”
The League of the South wants Florida freed from the Union.
The NAACP is certain: “It’s a racial hate crime.”
Dalton School Apologizes for Screening Slavery Satire, New York Times
A nation of cowards.
Another act of cowardice fails to placate.
The Army War College may remove paintings of the generals.
It will cost about $400,000 to change the name of Nathan B. Forrest High School.
Kanye West Explains Those Confederate Flag Concert Shirts, Huffington Post
He says the battle flag is his now.
Demonstration slogan: “it’s wrong to replace us.”
“KKK Leader” not “Confederate General.”
Uvalda, GA, Demonstration Against Southern Demographic Displacement–August 24, League of the South
Demographics should be at the heart of the amnesty debate.
Remembering Elizabeth Wright, Lew Rockwell
The dissident black columnist died two years ago.
NAACP thinks it will make Richmond look like a “backwater, trailer park, hick town.”
And explains why in blunt terms.
Battle flag, watermelons, and “white history month.”
Professor discovers that white advocates are human, too.
School’s ‘Redneck Day’ Sparks Anger, USA Today
One black preacher was reduced to “crying and praying.”
Partly so we can “gain insight from our mistakes and successes.”
Anti-Racism: An Industry in Decline, Telegraph (London)
Maybe in Britain.
But not for the reasons Huff Post thinks.
. . . in Canada.
Workers thought it was the state flag.