Why aren’t blacks embarrassed?
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More than 1,000 violent crimes by black soldiers were reported in Germany in 1971.
Her party suggests the school rename itself after Rosa Parks.
He wanted to end the "civil rights" regime but was thwarted by moderate Republicans.
Activists blame the decision on "hundreds of years of anti-Black systems."
A conversation about civil rights law and how it should be changed.
The President previously lied that he was arrested trying to visit Nelson Mandela in prison.
Teachers will still push variations of the same ideas.
“Do not take excerpts from my father. Study him holistically."
The Warren Court rewrote a century of Constitutional law.
Hollywood glorifies black radicalism and cop murder.
Employers are damned if they discriminate — and damned if they don’t.
They're worried the laws will primarily apply to non-whites.
Former lefty gets it half-right.
But he and Melania "send our prayers to he and his family."
The rise and fall of white resistance to the Civil Rights Movement.
“Those who opposed the legislation, proved wiser about its consequences than those who sponsored it.”
Can Christopher Caldwell rouse white America?
He gave us MLK Day and the Congressional Black Caucus.
Investigating Martin Luther King is unpardonable.
It'll be behind a gate and under video surveillance as well.
How programs to encourage black homeownership ended with tens of thousands of foreclosures.
He received 67 percent of the vote against a white TV executive.
Available September 13 — with fashion and accessories; $30.99.
And the seismic change of the last half century.
The love he always showed blacks was never returned in kind.
No friendships with segregationists allowed.
A lifetime of trying to please them isn’t enough to “connect” with them.
NBC: “This is what happens when anti-racism is no longer a major goal of educational policy.”
Black College Student Leader Asks Virginia Gov. Northam to Stay off Campus for Now in Wake of Blackface Scandal
His presence would “detract” from a "civil rights event" taking place on campus.
Because the woman who planted it was “teaching a grandchild the bad things the flag represents.”
Whites promote “black history sites” because that’s where the money's going.
He wants the university to honor students who “pushed for desegregation.”
Employment rates for black and white men were the same from 1880 to 1940.
Even poor whites don't support programs that disproportionately benefit non-whites.
Fighting "racism" is more important to professional blacks than the welfare of ordinary blacks.
Republicans facilitated the mission creep of civil rights.
Integration hasn’t worked because “some folks cling on to the past with respect to notions of racial superiority.”
Secretary Mnuchin says the department has more important things to think about.
The legal tar baby of “civil rights.”
Civil rights icon John Conyers said to have abused staff and used tax funds to fly in mistresses.
Sex, communism, and tax dodging.
The history you won't read in National Review.
The parts that Hollywood glossed over.
Her apartment was kept as a museum.
Congressional Leaders Have an Awkward Kumbaya Moment as They Link Arms to Sing We Shall Overcome During Civil Rights Tribute
Congress celebrates 50 years of civil rights.
The sculptor is white.
Events that have entered the mythology of racial heroism were not as they are usually described.
Statue part of a civil-rights-themed bus station renovation--in Flint, Michigan.
Even a Mississippi accent could be a handicap.
Racial myths and "charismatic leaders" not the solution to race problems.
A colossal failure in forced equality.
Events in the mythology of racial heroism were not as they are usually described.
Another Rosa Parks myth exposed.
New Century Foundation press release objecting to Rosa Parks statue ignored by media.
A look at the real Martin Luther King, Jr.
Blogger examines the truth behind the "patron saint of diversity."
Anti-Gypsy wall comes down.
Possessed by lunacy.