One black preacher was reduced to “crying and praying.”
Tag Archives: Southern Heritage
School’s ‘Redneck Day’ Sparks Anger, USA Today
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.
New, innocuous names for Confederate, Jefferson Davis, and Nathan B. Forrest parks.
The Ugly Side of the Southern Belle, New York Times
Some Miss America winners were unapologetically pro-Southern.
Is The White Race Under Threat in America?, The Big Picture
Or is “white privilege” strong as ever?
It aims at “government of the people, by the people, for the people” after all.
No more singing “Dixie” for the Rebels.
More Southern capitulation.
Airbrushing even the recent past.
U.S. Army Fights Racists Within Its Own Ranks, Yahoo! News
Army says it’s not a big problem, but acts like it anyway.
Liberals want to kick South out of the Union so they can create utopia.
Free speech: Can School Fire ‘Redneck’ over Confederate flag on His Truck?, Christian Science Monitor
Does the school have a chapter of MEChA?
. . . and won “best of show.”
Our Survival as a People, League of the South
A Christian view of our dispossession.
Even though black students stood up for her.
New Estimate Raises Civil War Death Toll, New York Times
Binghamton University historian estimates a death toll of 750,000.
Be sure to send them your thoughts.
Confederate flag on roof might harm efforts “to reach out to new fans and make NASCAR more inclusive.”
“It represents sovereignty, individual rights and individual liberty.”
His complexion might surprise you.
Is the Southern Accent Dying? How New Research Shows Upper and Middle Classes Are Losing Their Drawl, Daily Mail (London), May 20, 2011
‘The best way to preserve it is to keep talking that way.’
Murder Appeal Raises Confederate Flag Issue, Wall Street Journal
The mere sight of a Confederate flag perverts justice in America.
Civil War Marker May Be Moved Off MLK Drive, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
NAACP objects to marker commemorating the Burning of Atlanta.
Marker Rejected for Slaves in South’s Army, Charlotte Observer
Were blacks in the Confederate Army soldiers or just servants?
Black Neighbors to Picket Woman’s Confederate Flag, Buffalo News
This woman has more backbone than most white men.
Black columnist doesn’t see any difference between Jefferson Davis and Osama bin Laden.
Ole Miss Song Banned, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Songs we’re not allowed to sing.
Ole Miss Seeks to Silence ‘Rising South’ Chant, Google News
People might be offended.
Sons of Confederate Veterans Raise Battle Flag, Bristol (Tennessee) Herald Courier
Former NAACP president: “The most discriminated against person in America is the Christian Southern white man.”
The First Memorial Day, Post and Courier
Historian attempts to debunk Southern tradition, then quietly affirms it.
State song brands Lincoln a tyrant, urges Maryland to join Confederacy.
Black state senator pushes bill to respect Confederate Memorial Day.
Duval County school board votes to keep name of Nathan Bedford Forrest High School.
Student suspended more than 40 times for wearing Confederate flag.
Bronze statue of Jefferson Davis gift to be “discussed.”
Flag Flap: Confederate Flag Controversy Keeps Students From Attending Commencement, KARE11-TV (Minneapolis)
Code of conduct prohibits students from offending one another.
Near Freeway: Giant Confederate Flag?, St. Petersburg (Florida)
Sons of Confederate Veterans want world’s largest Battle Flag up by summer 2009.
Tempest Over a Student’s T-Shirt, Staten Island Advance
Black students, others harass student wearing T-shirt with Confederate flag on it.
Remember Jeff Davis? Many Say Forget It, Associated Press
Jefferson Davis’s 200th birthday: June 3, 2008.
NAACP: “America is a mean country and South Carolina is a meaner state.”
In Defense of His Confederate Pride, St. Petersburg Times
Grandson of black Confederate veteran gets it right.
Congress Considers Concord Hazardous?, Charlotte (Virginia) Observer
Immunizations for travel to the South?
Senate Rules committee vote is unanimous; black lawmakers in a tizzy.
Hillary Clinton Finds the South Too Southern, Human Events
Is being Southern anti-American, as Sen. Clinton suggests?