Monument will be evaluated "with the benefit of a longer view of history."
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Texas refuses to offer license plates that honor Confederate heritage.
"New Birth of Freedom Day" would have fireworks.
Baptist conference covered "white privilege," "persistent poverty," and gentrification.
States that fly the Confederate flag are usually not allowed to host tournament games.
Jesse Jackson says black power hasn't been a panacea for the city.
United Daughters of the Confederacy to celebrate victory on May 23.
Judge says song represents "pernicious" racism.
Mississippi initiative has 12 provisions to honor the South.
Students dared fly the Confederate flag at a majority-minority women's college.
Lone dissenter says it's "painful and lonely" being a strict constitutionalist.
Among other things, "Confederate Drive" will be renamed "Chapel Lane."
A "nationally certified speech pathologist" was going to strip them of their drawl.
The state will appeal.
School bows to black students' "demands."
Another assault on the past.
With only one dissenting vote.
Blacks upset because Washington and Lee University honors Robert E. Lee.
The private school isn't bound by the First Amendment.
A single vendor is enough to taint a political rally.
Non-whites say the film "glamorizes" slavery.
They held signs reading "Marco Rubio wants to replace us."
The League of the South wants Florida freed from the Union.
The NAACP is certain: "It's a racial hate crime."
A good man is hard to find.
A nation of cowards.
Critical Theory meets the Civil War.
Outrage over Ani DiFranco’s Planned Retreat at a Former Slave Plantation Isn’t Just the Internet Overreacting
Another act of cowardice fails to placate.
The Army War College may remove paintings of the generals.
It will cost about $400,000 to change the name of Nathan B. Forrest High School.
He says the battle flag is his now.
Demonstration slogan: "it's wrong to replace us."
The last stand for free association.
Let's rename Washington's football team.
School Named after KKK Leader Refuses to Change Its Name Despite Half of Students Being Black and Community Campaign
"KKK Leader" not "Confederate General."
League of the South mixes regional and racial consciousness
The capitulation of James Kilpatrick.
Demographics should be at the heart of the amnesty debate.
The dissident black columnist died two years ago.
NAACP thinks it will make Richmond look like a “backwater, trailer park, hick town."
And explains why in blunt terms.
Battle flag, watermelons, and "white history month."
Professor discovers that white advocates are human, too.
One black preacher was reduced to "crying and praying."
Partly so we can "gain insight from our mistakes and successes."
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.
Some Miss America winners were unapologetically pro-Southern.
Or is "white privilege" strong as ever?
It aims at "government of the people, by the people, for the people" after all.
“History” in the service of ideology.
No more singing "Dixie" for the Rebels.
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Traditionally, a white Greek student wins.
More Southern capitulation.
Airbrushing even the recent past.
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.
Does the school have a chapter of MEChA?
. . . and won "best of show."
A Christian view of our dispossession.
Even though black students stood up for her.
NR was once a voice for whites.
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."
Agreement on race could not prevent our bloodiest war.
The attack on the battle flag is only a preliminary skirmish.
His complexion might surprise you.
NR was once a voice for whites.
‘I Won’t Back Down and I’m Not a Racist’: Woman Defends Flying Confederate Flag in Black Neighbourhood
A woman with guts!
College football in the South used to be a much different game.