Blacks want a monument for executed rebel slave Denmark Vesey.
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Studying finds like the Kennewick Man could become impossible.
Too few whites.
More than half of the city’s original settlers said to be descended from Africans.
Group capitalizes on Maryland’s apology for slavery, calls for removing bust.
Detroit News wants your comments.
Desegregating beaches and swimming pools.
Rep. Jackson: "Emancipation is the enduring theme of our nation’s unfolding story."
Missouri to "apologize" for actions taken before Missouri was a state.
Design by black-owned firm selected for memorial.
Sharpton derives pride from connection to Thurmond family.
Discovery may settle question whether first inhabitants of North America were European.
Discovery undermines possibility of recent paternal ancesters from Middle East.
Epidemics of 1545 and 1576 may have been caused by local rats.
Treating Thanksgiving as a day of mourning.
Endowed chair devoted to promoting white guilt.
"Coalition" plans events to remind whites of 1906 riot.
Black vs. brown.
Jared Taylor takes issue with the contention that whites are not capable of racial consciousness.
The US dealt with Mexican border incursions differently in 1916.
California apologizes for deporting Mexicans and may pay reparations.
Mayor wants signs marking "white" and "colored" water fountains placed in museum.
Museums detailing the horrors of slavery spring up all over the Baltimore/Washington region.
NY Assemblyman believes American school-children don't hear nearly enough about slavery.
Real hate crimes.
"Civil rights activists" hope re-enactment will lead to prosecutions.
Jared Taylor's new introduction to his classic book on race.
Congress creates "task force" to study slave labor on the Capitol.
Re-enactment for children does not give an impartial view of American slavery.
Children's network says Texas revolution was just a dispute over slavery.
Museum in Illinois emphasizes "racism" of Lincoln's era.
A look at the real Martin Luther King, Jr.
Documentary eulogizes black boxer whose affairs with white women outraged early 20th century America.
Los Angeles Times editorial apologizes for paper's 1910 coverage of Jack Johnson.
Blogger examines the truth behind the "patron saint of diversity."
The Scots-Irish produced many of America's greatest soldiers.
A liberal opens one eye.
Slavery walk draws many fewer than expected.
New book suggests wartime internment of US Japanese was justified.
Michelle Malkin punctures myths about WWII Japanese relocation camps.
Michelle Malkin believes national security more important than non-whites' civil rights.
Michelle Malkin agrees with AR about Japanese relocation camps.
Only a third of students can name a WWII general, but two thirds know of Japanese relocation centers.
The gangsta vote.
Our Muslim military.
Whitey go home.
20 acres and a Mercedes.
Your pizza or your life.
Black world not ours.
(Getting) out of Africa.
Out of Iberia.
Color the numbers.
Vive le Quebec libre!
Affirmative action on the ropes.
Possessed by lunacy.