NAACP Atlanta and the Georgia NAACP jointly call for a Federal investigation of the patterns and practices of the Atlanta Police Department.
Virulent racism unveiled in Arbery killers’ trial tracks to Confederacy worship By Richard Rose But for the super efforts of Wanda Cooper-Jones who would not allow the cover-up of the wanton murder of her son -- and 21st century technology that laid bare the ongoing racist commentary of the McMichael-Bryant trio of killers – many Americans would not know how deep racism rages in America.
Slave states had seen Texas landowners start a war of secession against Mexico which had abolished chattel slavery and had begun to pressure north Mexico (Texas) slaveholders to abide by the law.
Toppling the Statues, Virtually The Invisible Hate Web site lets users digitally tag about seven hundred symbols of white supremacy around the nation.
Madison Webb: Oratory Najaah Patterson: Dance - Modern Madison Jarrett: Dance - Contemporary Ja'Siah Young : Short Story Briana McClure: Computer Science and Poetry Written Trinity Jackson: Drawing and Painting .
Historian Carol Anderson traces the evolution of voter suppression tactics, from poll taxes and literacy tests instituted after the passage of the 15th Amendment to the rise of strict voter ID laws and poll closures after the election of America’s first Black president.
NBC News Reporter Chase Cain on Stone Mountain Carvings with Atlanta NAACP President Richard Rose and Seth Levin of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Policing has devolved from slave catching patrols to aggessive, extrajudicial and oppressive agencies that demand rights as super citizens.
Former Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe, charged with felony murder in the fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks last week outside a downtown Wendy’s, five years ago was involved in another shooting on the job that left a man with a punctured lung, court documents show.
Every compromise on racial discriminatory policy and practice serves only to continue the oppression in some form.
A Lost Cause confession from Georgia’s oldest historical publication By Jim Galloway-Atlanta Journal Constitution November 14, 2017 The Georgia Historical Quarterly is one of those heavily footnoted publications devoted to the somber study of what we once were.
Finally an honest look by the AJC about Stone Mountain! But America should not celebrate the failed insurrection against itself.
Former State Rep LaDawn Jones and her former seatmate State Representative Jason Spencer have concocted a plan to maintain the celebration of the Confederacy.
The City of New Orleans just won a major battle in the on-going campaign to end the celebration of the Confederacy and white supremacy from the Appeals Court that agreed that 3 mounuments could be removed from public property.
Deravis Caine Rogers was shot & killed by former Atlanta Police Officer James Burns on June 22, 2016.
Lost Cause fanatics—including a handful of African Americans—insist that thousands of blacks fought for the Confederacy.