What you see pictured above is possibly the ugliest “haircut” ever. But one black barber in Oklahoma wasn’t going to deny a white customer his Confederate-flag request, even though he initially thought it was racist.
A black Mississippi man who argues that the state’s flag is a symbol of white supremacy is taking his fight to the Supreme Court of the United States, setting the stage for the possibility that SCOTUS could ban all official use of Confederate imagery.
A woman is facing multiple charges after police say she ripped a Confederate-flag “tag” off a truck in South Carolina before backing into the truck’s owner.
A dead racist and staunch defender of the Confederate flag is causing mucho problems for an Orangeburg, S.C., restaurant owner.
Fights over history are really contests for children’s minds. And the stakes are high enough that adults have put children in harm’s way. Last week, people protesting the removal of Confederate flags in New Orleans brandished guns and at least one assault rifle within range of a local school known for diversity.…
Armed Confederate sympathizers in New Orleans caught with weapons within 1,000 feet of a school may face fines and/or jail time, the Times-Picayune reports.
With the decision of Biloxi, Miss., to no longer fly the state flag, and cities across the country destroying monuments to the Confederacy, the debate about the meaning and historical significance of the Civil War has once again reared its ugly head.
A South Carolina woman vying for an open seat in the House of Representatives has reignited the debate over the Confederate flag, blasts acceptance of gays and doubles down on “Make America great again” in a series of ads that might be the most racist, homophobic and craziest campaign ever.
Brigitte Yasamin is a high school senior in Washington state, and she recently learned that one of her classmates had a fondness for the Confederate flag. In pottery class, Yasamin noticed the student’s project:
A North Carolina school board has decided to continue ignoring pleas from a local NAACP to ban Confederate flags from all school properties.
Because there is still a little justice left in this world, a Georgia couple reportedly broke down in tears Monday after being sentenced to prison for their involvement in a 2015 racist incident in which a group they were a part of waved Confederate flags, shouted racial slurs, and made armed threats at adults and…
It’s been a while since I watched rasslin, but that looks like a textbook Stinger Splash by a counter-protestor to break through the tape and snatch down a Confederate battle flag being waved by members of South Carolina Secessionist Party. The whole thing was caught on live TV, and it’s very satisfying.
Parents are speaking out after reports that a Confederate flag was found hanging inside a Sutter Middle School classroom in Folsom, Calif., CBS Sacramento reports.
So, you can’t make this stuff up.
A former Roswell, Ga., police sergeant who was fired for flying a Confederate flag outside her home is suing the Roswell Police Department … with the help of a group with alleged white supremacist ties, CNN reports.
A Michigan police officer who was placed on paid suspension after he was seen driving a pickup truck with a Confederate flag around a group protesting Donald Trump's presidential election has now resigned, the Washington Post reports.
A T-shirt featuring the Confederate battle flag, reportedly worn by former University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing under his uniform when he fatally shot Sam Dubose—an unarmed black man—was part of the presentation of evidence Friday in Tensing’s murder trial, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Mississippi State University and the Mississippi University for Women are the latest public universities in the Magnolia State that will not be flying the state flag on their campuses.
A 10th-grade student in Arizona who arrived at her high school picture day in a “Black Lives Matter” T-shirt was told to take it off because it violated the school’s dress code, reports KPNX.
About 20 members of a “White Lives Matter” group protested outside the NAACP in Houston's 3rd Ward Sunday, calling out what they said was the civil rights organization’s failure to speak out against pro-black organizations like Black Lives Matter, SFGate reports.