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‘Southern Hospitality’ Doesn’t Always Apply to Black People, as Revealed in the Killing of...

Barbara Harris Combs, Clark Atlanta University The idea of community and who belongs and who does not was a common theme in the Jan. 7,...
This undated file photo shows Emmett Till

Senate Passes Bill to Honor Emmett Till and His Mother

The Senate has passed a bill to award the Congressional Gold Medal posthumously to Emmett Till, the Chicago teenager murdered by white supremacists in...

Slave life’s harsh realities are erased in Christmas tours of Southern plantations

By Robert E. May, Purdue University This holiday season, many Americans will tour historic mansions in the Southern United States that are beautifully decked out...

You’re Welcome — How Southern Democrats Can Continue to Save Our Nation’s Democracy

By Rhonna-Rose Akama-Makia, Director of Engagement, Think Rubix I’m from Arkansas. So, it’s not hard to imagine how I ended up running a political campaign...