Where Cotton was King, Racism is still King

August 13, 2015 Staff 0

By Susan Hagen University of Rochester White Southerners who live today in former slavery strongholds, a region known as the Cotton Belt, are more likely to express negative attitudes toward blacks than their fellow Southerners. […]

Federal Hate Crimes Hit Church Murderer Roof

July 23, 2015 Staff 0

by Frederick H. Lowe White terrorist Dylann Storm Roof, who massacred nine African-American men and women during Bible study at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, has been indicted by a federal grand […]

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