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White Supremacy in the Confederacy: Monuments of Anti-Blackness

Tanesha Hudson is an activist in Charlottesville, Virginia. She joins Brett to talk about Charlottesville, Confederate statues, her personal experiences with racism, the symbolism of Thomas Jefferson, being a parent of black children, and much more. 55 more words

Political Philosophy

Yankee Flour, Southern Biscuits: Sunday Photo Essay

Changing your address can change your life, chirped a too-cheerful woman in a slick TV advert for planned community living.

We are long accustomed to cranking out some pretty impressive cuisine in our outdated, strapped-for-space, apartment-sized kitchen. 837 more words


Life as an SEC Football Fan

Kevin Sumlin the Texas A&M Head Football Coach has been on the hot seat for some time. Sumlin’s stint on the hot seat began in November 2015 and while he has managed to maintain his position through the entire 2016 season but in May 2017 his AD confirmed that this year was the pivotal year in Sumlin’s tenure with A&M. 658 more words


Men We Reaped

“From 2000 to 2004, five Black young men I grew up with died, all violently, in seemingly unrelated deaths. The first was my brother, Joshua, in October 2000. 848 more words


Life as an SEC Football Fan

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Ole Miss Football Coach

Chief Procurement Officer

Position Title Head Football Coach Department Athletics Job Location Oxford Job Type Full-Time Job Description 1,117 more words

Bethany Scares Seattle

I remember confiding with a life-long Seattle resident a few months after our move to Seattle, “I think I’m scaring people.” Her immediate reply was, “Good! 585 more words


Exhibit's new reception is October 10th

For those of you who have not seen this exhibit, this is the time! I will have an artist’s reception on October 10th from 6-8pm at the DeKalb Historic Center in downtown Decatur as part of the… 14 more words