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Old statues of Confederate generals are slowly disappearing – will monuments honoring people of...

By Frederick Gooding, Jr., Texas Christian University With most of the legal challenges resolved after the violent Unite the Right rally, and the statue of...

Confederate Christmas Ornaments Are Smaller Than Statues – But They Send the Same Racist Message

Nicole Maurantonio, University of Richmond As Christmas approaches, many families undertake a familiar ritual: an annual sojourn to the attic, basement or closet to pull...

Defendants in Ahmaud Arbery Case Say Slavery-Era Law Enabled Them to Arrest, Shoot Black...

By Stacy M. Brown ,NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent In Georgia, defense attorneys are making the case that the three white men involved in killing...

Famed Cathedral Names Artist to Replace Confederate Windows

By Peter Smith, Associated Press Washington National Cathedral announced Thursday, September 23, that it has chosen contemporary artist Kerry James Marshall, renowned for his wide-ranging...

The Most Overlooked Music Venue in America

By David Wilfong, North Dallas Gazette Contributing Writer Music has a history. Choose your favorite artist, and chances are you can find the subtle hints...