Abrams’ Flag-Burning Incident: That’s What They Force You to Do as a Black Person in the South

In 1992, when Stacey Abrams was in college, she participated in a protest where there was a burning of a Georgia state flag that had been redesigned in 1956 specifically to incorporate the Confederate battle flag emblem in it, in a clear attempt to make a statement against the burgeoning Civil Rights Movement. That…

Snopes Debunks Claim That Trump Posed With Bikers With Nazi Tattoos on Charlottesville Anniversary [Corrected]

Correction: Tuesday, Aug. 14, 1 p.m. EDT: This post originally misidentified a biker posing with Trump as having Nazi tattoos. The original headline, “This is AmeriKKKa: Trump Spent His Vacation With Nazi Bikers for Trump on the Anniversary of Charlottesville,” was also incorrect. The headline and the post have since…

Washington Metro Considers Giving Unite the Right Rally Participants Their Own Special KKK Express. Union Group Responds: Um, No

A follow-up to last year’s violent protests in Charlottesville, Va., the reconvening of white supremacists of various stripes for the upcoming Unite the Right 2 Rally in Washington, D.C. has law enforcement and civic agencies debating how best to keep rally attendees and counter-protesters safe.

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