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LeBron James Calls For Love And Rips Into Donald Trump

Celebrities are using their platforms more than ever this week to combat the hate and injustice taking place in Charlottesville, Virginia.

LeBron James is the latest star to speak out against Donald Trump and the White supremacists who’ve been rallying and assaulting people of color all week, with no repercussions. 330 more words


Grandfather: Woman Killed At Rally 'Always Wanted Fairness'

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBSMiami/AP) — Mourners gathered in the hundreds inside a theater in downtown Charlottesville to remember a woman killed during a violent weekend rally were able to mourn her death Wednesday quietly without the presence of neo-Nazis who had threatened to attend the service for Heather Heyer. 765 more words


Outraged. We should be outraged.

I was raised a Christian with many family members being white supremacists. I could of turned out like them hating anything different, being rude towards people for things they can not change, and reacting to things that are different with the same fear that turned to hatred. 300 more words


Baltimore removes all of its Confederate monuments in overnight mission

BALTIMORE — Confederate monuments have been removed overnight in Baltimore.

Local news outlets report that workers hauled the monuments away early Wednesday, days after a… 131 more words



The events of the past few days have left me exhausted. I’ve sat down many times since Saturday, wanting to write more, wishing to say something – anything – coherent enough and sensible enough that I wouldn’t be embarrassed to post it. 691 more words

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A Question for Those in Right-Wing Media

We can have free speech, but we can't have violence. Racist groups, on both Left & Right, have no place in US. https://t.co/3i5nFGjpj7 pic.twitter.com/BklBR2fsmA

— Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) …

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The Poison of Identity Politics

The return of white nationalism is part of a deeper ailment.

Neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other alt-right factions near Emancipation Park (Formerly ”Lee Park”) in downtown Charlottesville, Va.  810 more words