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Confederate Monuments news and analysis from The Nation
May 31, 2019
Remembering Tony Horwitz, Intrepid Traveler and Chronicler of the South
A kindred spirit to Frederick Law Olmsted, Horwitz heard antebellum echoes everywhere.
March 25, 2019
‘Loyal Slave’ Monuments Tell a Racist Lie About American History
These monuments—nearly all of them still standing—prop up the fantasy that slaves were happy, loyal, and devoted to those who enslaved them.
December 18, 2018
For UNC’s Teaching Assistants, the Silent Sam Protests Are Far From Over
TAs at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill may have released the withheld grades, but they say they won’t be placated by any action short of racial justice.
January 16, 2018
From Seattle to St. Petersburg: Highlights of the Urban Resistance, Year 1
During the darkness of Trump’s first year, cities helped lead the fight for immigrants’ rights, racial justice, and fundamental equality.
October 26, 2017
Confronting the Legacy of the Civil War: The Forgotten Front
The conflict was fought by proxy in the West, but one thing united the warring factions: the doctrine of white supremacy and genocidal violence against Indians.
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August 31, 2017
These Southern Cities Are at the Heart of the Struggle Against White Supremacy
Dispatches from the urban resistance, from Durham to Birmingham.