University of Cincinnati founder “cherished the desire to found an institution where white boys and girls might be taught.”
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The plaque says, “The war between the states was not a rebellion. Nor was its underlying cause to sustain slavery."
They’re also demanding dental insurance for graduate workers and reduced parking fees.
The 300 block of E Street SW will commemorate black female scientists who worked for NASA.
Washington-Lee High School may become Washington-Loving.
Activist groups are trying to build momentum for a new racial shakedown.
The plaque “taunts” blacks.
Twitter’s advice for the holidays.
Leader of Indian group: “Millions upon millions of Native Americans have died in European-perpetrated genocide.”
The group defending the monument "does not expect it to last long” if it is moved.
Whites promote “black history sites” because that’s where the money's going.
The costs to change athletic gear will be taken out of the budget to renovate the school.
"Let’s just admit that this arranged marriage isn’t really working anymore, is it?"
After Students Call It Racist, Mary Baldwin University Removes Richmond Artists’ Confederate-Themed Exhibit
“If it looks racist, it is racist.”
Columbus's image " should not be celebrated anywhere."
There can’t be cartoonish Indians in video games.
City needs to "confront these old histories."
No wonder the Left is more convincing.
Allowing a non-unanimous jury in felony trials had disprate racial outcomes.
Granting the franchise to blacks, women, paupers, and teenagers.
The president was a staunch abolitionist and fought the Confederacy, but that’s not enough to save his statue.
PragerU gets American history wrong.
Levin: "The ignorance on this subject is unbelievable."
It's "a sculptural assertion of white supremacy and power.”
Black judge: The Confederate battle flag does not stand for justice.
Likely to be renamed for blacks.
As a student at Spelman, she burned the state flag on the steps of the Georgia Capitol.
Claims the statue's presence violates the Equal Protection Clause.
Murder defendant says that being tried in a room with a picture of R. E. Lee on the walls violates his constitutional rights.
Stacey Abrams says Stone Mountain is a “a blight” on Georgia.
For now, the statue is protected by state ordinance.
Many buildings, memorials, and spaces on campus will have to be renamed.
Columbus is out, "indigenous peoples" are in.
The murals present “a racialized perspective of who is in authority.”
Why not “Send Whites Home Day”?
One-time governor and U.S. senator wanted to preserve “white standards.”
The “genocide” of Indians should be included on the statue.
Washington and Lee Renames Buildings; Orders Portraits of Lee, Washington in Military Attire Replaced
“Addressing the school’s history” means rewriting it.
The school has repeatedly been victim to left-wing vandalism.
It will cost $200,000 to rebrand the school's athletic gear.
The New York governor's battle with America and Identity Evropa.
It “brings up memories that are not so pleasant in our history.”
It will now be “United Avenue.”
Anti-white thuggery? Or football fans’ high jinks?
Race and sex quotas are a return to feudalism.
Ed Dwight was admitted to the space-flight course, but didn't have "the right stuff."
They’re needed “for a more robust explanation of Franklin's history.”
The gold rush was a period of violence toward Indians.
“Where does this end, folks?”
Renaming buildings named for people "linked" to slavery is "how we come together racially."
Proposed statue depicts Scott and his wife pulling on the "chains of injustice."
Confederate monuments are “overt threats to black people.”
Amerindians think the re-enactments are "racist."
Opponent urges board of trustees not to “spend one thin dime on this ridiculously stupid proposal.”
It’s a "racially insensitive" song.
It will cost $300,000.
Not just “vandalized,” but broken into pieces.
DOT says that if they missed any, let them know, and they’ll remove them “immediately.”
State law prohibits the removal of Confederate statues without the express permission of the state.
“It’s time to tear down Silent Sam. It’s time to tear down UNC’s institutional white supremacy.”
Employment rates for black and white men were the same from 1880 to 1940.
Songwriter claims that Louisiana’s 10-2 jury rule results in more black convictions.
SPLC offers a useful potted history of the struggle for sanity.
Most of them celebrate whites conquering Indians.
Commission says Jefferson wanted an institution to protect the South from abolitionists.
There’s not enough public support or money for the removals.
Dinesh D’Souza’s new film ignores history.
Stephen Austin thought freed slaves would be “a nuisance and a menace.”
Malcolm X: White people are “like the cactus, deeply rooted, with spines to keep us off.”
Michael Anton is tired of fratricidal attacks from "conservatives."
They may be the remains of the first president of the first legislative assembly in Virginia.
Of course it’s hate speech.
So does an American nation.
Project to Replace Stephen Foster Statue Moves Forward, but Pittsburgh Art Commission Isn’t Sold on the Location
Even the site where the statue was located is tainted.
It’s not just sports teams anymore.