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The Cost of Free Speech

I saw something on my news feed last week (Twitter feed to be exact) that I didn’t know still existed. On Sunday, July 9th, The Klu Klux Klan held a rally to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. 1,218 more words

Grace

Activists ask Charlottesville to Drop Charges Stemming from KKK Rally

15 July 2017 | Lauren Berg | Richmond Times-Dispatch

Activists want all charges dropped against protesters arrested at the July 8 KKK rally in Charlottesville after they say police used unnecessary force against demonstrators, and the Virginia chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is asking residents to urge the City Council to increase “civilian oversight and accountability in policing.” 417 more words

News

KTRU Tuesdays: KPFT Bombing

KPFT has been in the news lately with a staff shake-up. While the KTRU archives recount the KPFT Pacifica strike dating from 1971, today we’d like to highlight the news reports surrounding the KPFT bombing by the KKK in 1970 and its aftermath. 48 more words

Rice University

Selma, After All

“What hast thou done? The voice of thy brother’s blood crieth unto me from the ground.”
–Genesis 4:10

Walking the back
of the white Dragon arching… 109 more words

Poetry

Jeff Sessions Seeks Expansion of Patriot Act and Additional Violations of Fourth Amendment Rights

Why does Donald Trump and his circle of sinners hate the Constitution. Is it because it is in the way of their despicable agenda? Trump made many poor decisions when he nominated his cabinet and advisers, and the worst is Attorney General Jeff Sessions. 335 more words

Small Stones Interviews: Eze Amos, Photographer

Here at Small Stones, we define education, and educators, broadly. So often, classrooms appear in the most unexpected places.

As we continue our own work of interviewing some of these educators, we wanted to share with you work from a friend of the blog. 710 more words

Mass Grave Of Dozens Of Tortured Black Men Found In Deceased KKK Leaders Estate

By Dean Dwyer Last updated Jul 16, 2017

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A Mass grave of torture victims has been uncovered in Jackson, Mississippi, FBI spokesman Adrian Cartwright said Thursday.
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