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NAACP reneges on compromise.
Blacks and Hispanics still aren’t going to the national parks.
UNT students behind petition mouth bromides about Civil War.
How to refute a proud Southerner.
"Sunsetting" Florida’s "racist" state song.
Protester says discoverer started centures of oppression.
Making Statuary Hall safe for "diversity."
Postage stamp-sized picture of Confederate flag angers black trooper.
75-year-old British comic book makes natives "look like monkeys and talk like imbeciles."
Forty-five percent of baseball minor leaguers are foreign-born.
Blacks will never forget slavery as long as they can make whites feel guilty about it.
But emails about buying goats for Ugandan orphans and Women's History Month are ok.
British monarch pleased with the "cultural changes" of the last 50 years.
Incident prompts investigation by Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Football coach embarrased by "that dang, damn Confederate flag."
Indiana University shocked that former trustee was a man of his times.
High school may lose name of Confederate general.
Sculpture accepted even though the family is white.
Confederate History month lasts just three days in Indiana town.
"Swanee River" now thought to be "racist."
NAACP lobbying legislators to back apology resolution.
"Artist" sees battle flag as "visual terrorism."
Named originally for a former vice president, Seattle's county now renamed for MLK.
NAACP: “It’s confounding, this continuing idolatry of the Confederacy.”
The war on symbols continues.
SCV to make South Carolina’s case before athletic association.
UK's race watchdog to investigate reprint of 1930s magazine for "racism."
Calif. transplant dismayed that South Carolinians do not find Confederate flag offensive.
The SPLC doesn't like Patrick Buchanan's latest book — or its popularity.
Wants to remove "white man's derogatory perversion of the river's Dakota name."
Leftist magazine "exposes" Sen. Allen's ties to the Council of Conservative Citizens.
Critics want "Japan" removed from state's "Victory Over Japan Day" commemoration.
Blacks threaten expanded boycott of South Carolina because of Confederate memorial.
New field of study in colleges teaches collective guilt of whites for all that ails the world.
Removing Confederate flag from Capitol dome doesn't satisfy Black Coaches Assn.
Founding Father edged out of history in favor of black or Indian heroes.
Michigan Dept. of Education forbids teachers from referring to US as "America."
America's goal in the Iraq war is just as much to prove it isn't imperialist as to win.
NAACP opposes rebuilding Confederate president's home after Katrina damage.
Some find 50-year-old mural that shows happy blacks in cotton field too much to bear.
Ohio contemplates taking down statue of "racist" 19th century politician.
There are already 700 streets named after MLK in America; soon, there will be another one.
Black official thinks new curriculum would eliminate racial differences in achievement.
"Houston 1836" to change name because Mexicans offended by allusion to Mexican defeat.
Chicago school renamed "Emmett Louis Till Math & Science Academy."
Dallas plans to place statues of Mexican heroes in park.
150 students sign petition to allow Confederate flag clothing.
The National Mall may get an MLK memorial in a few years.
School that banned kilt at high school dance admits it was wrong.
Former official wants school to be named for Cesar Chavez rather than "racist" general.
Student wanted to honor his heritage; principal called him a "clown."
Texas town holds on to its heritage.
Schoolchildren lobbied town to change street name from "Jefferson" to "Cesar Chavez."
Texas town thinks changing name will attract business.
Real hate crimes.
School named after Thomas Jefferson wants name change because of slave-owning.
Immigration reformers want Mexican nationalist monument removed from park.
School may change its name to "Cesar Chavez" or "Sojourner Truth."
Egyptian religious official insists that Pope apologize for Crusades.
Maryland legislature weighs naming airport after Thurgood Marshall.
Forty-three-year-old DC rock station goes Spanish.
Manchester police ban term "township" because of its association with apartheid South Africa.
Girl sues school district for not allowing her to wear Confederate dress to prom.
If you can't have hijabs in schools, you can't have Christmas candies either.
Italian schools remove Christian references so as not to offend Muslims.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has gotten rich off of "anti-racism."
Arizona school children allowed to sing Kwanzaa songs, but not Christmas hymns in school concerts.
Instead of "Confederate Blvd.," city now has yet another street named after a black activist.
Blacks go on rampage against Confederate flag mementos and decorations at school.
Sufi scholar will argue Shakespeare's worldview similar to Sufism at Globe Theater lecture.
Candidate says SPLC complaints mean he must be doing something right.
Article on Providence slave walks includes comments by Jared Taylor.
Most onlookers don't take slave walk in Massachusetts seriously.
Our press release urging cities to cancel "slavery walks."