They were spray-painted with the year “1619.”
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The picture was clearly a statement about the death penalty, not about lynching.
Whites commemorate a long-ago massacre of blacks. Blacks say that's "white supremacy."
It was a “role-playing exercise” reenacting the Middle Passage.
Happy birthday to Jared Taylor, who turns 68 today.
Even New York Magazine has figured this out.
"[T]he reenactment won’t dwell on the sad denouement."
Virginia recognizes 11 Indian tribes.
The plaintiffs say “racial labeling” is scientifically baseless and “reflective of a racist past.”
First step: Identify descendants of slaves who built part of the administration building.
Now they're eligible for welfare!
“Body servants” were not soldiers.
Visitors attribute the focus on slavery to "political correctness."
The fashionable way to look at the past.
A couple was banned from waving it at games.
The trauma of slavery passed down from generation to generation.
"White women have historically kept power firmly in white hands by defending and denying its violence."
Did the first people to come to America come from Japan 16,000 years ago?
They’re claiming rights outlined in an 1835 Treaty.
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Pre-Columbian gods were tough to mollify.
It's a counter to the "romantic story" of pioneers and the west.
One of Sam T. Francis' finest essays.
University never owned slaves but says it got donations from people who did.
State law bans Indian mascots in Maine.
Even the direction the presidents face is racist.
Atonement from presidential contender and "Course in Miracles" guru.
1619 Project: New York Times Magazine Publishes Special Edition Dedicated to American Slavery and Its Legacies
The further we get from slavery the more we have to apologize for it.
The monument commemorating the last reunion of surviving Confederate soldiers.
Investigation highlights the myriad failures of police and city officials.
An honest assessment.
“It all starts with getting people accustomed to hating each other.”
They say blacks need reparations.
“Blacks had a standing green light to riot throughout the 1960s.”
Orange County Cemetery District GM claims there’s a shortage of burial plots.
Petitioners want it consigned to a museum "where it can be presented as a shameful memory."
And the seismic change of the last half century.
An “ethnic studies handbook” teaches children to be “agents of change.”
Fort Monroe is where Davis was kept prisoner for two years.
Dems sprinkle their negative campaigning with pandering.
And were the New York Draft riots really draft riots?
They “give context” to the monuments.
Dare we celebrate the achievements of white men?
To qualify the moon landing "seems a fight against human endeavor itself."
Another Republican buckles.
The making and unmaking of the US.
Will we be heirs of the Founders or founders of something new?
A look at the environment vs. heredity debate.
On the racial realities of our nation and our time.
What does "Independence Day" mean? And to whom?
Liberal historian Arthur M. Schlesinger dances around uncomfortable truths.
The reaction to the Netflix miniseries is “mob justice.”
The 1964 Civil Rights Act was signed into law 55 years ago today.
The “Betsy Ross” flag is a symbol of slavery.
Will she pay reparations?
Painting over it will cost at least $600,000.
“The only compensation for land is land.”
No friendships with segregationists allowed.
White people love to feel good about themselves by feeling bad about themselves.
Black conservatives say the best "reparations" are the free market.
Report claims that there has been an “astonishing absence of any effort to acknowledge, discuss, or address lynching.”
Symbolic Oregon "pioneer" is as bad as a Confederate general.
Group will now welcome all "Latinx," not just Chicanos.
Photographs from 1900 Paris Exhibition Showed the World That African Americans Were Now Musicians, Lawyers and Scientists
Exhibit was to promote the idea of racial equality.
A story American media wouldn't print.
Could the latest sordid revelations bring down MLK?
He’s going to make sure that “African American issues, that Latino issues, that issues of gender are at the forefront.”
She thinks she’s in the “truth insurance” business.
White people are being propagandized out of existence.
Calculating the windfall.
The ship was scuttled after the owner won his bet.
Today marks 65 years since Brown v. Board of Education.