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"White Rage" From the Civil War to Our Combustible Present
Acclaimed historian Carol Anderson reframes our continuing conversation about race, chronicling the powerful forces opposed to black progress in America.

As Ferguson, Missouri, erupted in August 2014, and media commentators across the ideological spectrum referred to the angry response of African Americans as “black rage,” historian Carol Anderson wrote a remarkable op-ed in The Washington Post suggesting that this was, instead, “white rage at work. With so much attention on the flames,” she argued, “everyone had ignored the kindling.”
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What Have We Signed Up For: President Trump’s Condolence Call
The loved ones Sgt. Johnson leaves behind are my constituents. I’ll save the bully pulpit for the necessary task of uncovering the circumstances surrounding the ambush.
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We Have Been Here Before: Did the FBI Just Declare War on Black People?
We’ve walked down this path before. We can start with Marcus Garvey, who dared to dream of Black independence and paid a horrible price for it. Fast forward to the Nation of Islam, the Black Panther Party.
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Out of the Shadows: Overt Racism Flourishes in the American South
Focusing on pervasive forms of racism that exist in local politics, businesses and schools. Forty-two percent of Americans said that they worry a “great deal” about race relations in the United States.
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We Need a Values Revolution in America: Reclaiming Moral Values
Stop calling these leaders White Christians or evangelicals. Why should we listen when they p-r-a-y in public and p-r-e-y on the people? These attacks on healthcare will become devastating.
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Are Many Hate Crimes Really Examples of Domestic Terrorism?
It is more than reasonable that extremist individuals engage in such activities because they sense that their views are enjoying growing social legitimacy and acceptance, which is emboldening them ...
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African American Holistic Doctor Releases New Line of Natural Ointments
You shape your own quality of life. No doctor, lawyer, or teacher has the impact on your life that you do. That’s what Dr. Williams taught her clients for over 10 years at her holistic wellness center
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Romans 5:3-4 (NLV)

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3: We are glad for our troubles also. We know that troubles help us learn not to give up. 4 When we have learned not to give up, it shows we have stood the test. When we have stood the test, it gives us hope.

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