Skip to main content
Got a Tip?

Confederate flag

An Oklahoma School Student Who Created A Racist Meme Of Another Student Has Been Disciplined

An unidentified Chandler high school student who created a racist meme of a black student on Snapchat has reportedly been disciplined.  According to People, Chandler…

New Orleans Government Begins Removal Of Confederate Monuments

Shortly after 1 a.m. Monday morning (April 24), New Orleans officials began the removal of one of four monuments in the city that pay homage to the Confederacy. The…

White Lives Matter Protest Held Outside Houston NAACP

Roughly 20 White Lives Matter protestors stood outside a Houston NAACP Sunday (August 21) some waving Confederate flags and some holding assault riffles, to condemn the…

Protestors Clash With Police At ‘Pro-White’ Rally In Stone Mountain Park

A group of counter-protestors were arrested following a clash of protestors and white nationalists in Georgia, leading many to denounce authorities as they reportedly…

South Carolina Wants To Spend $3.6 Million To House The Confederate Flag

On June 17, Dylann Storm Roof killed nine parishioners inside Charleston’s historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church with the intent on starting a race war…

A Group Of Men And Women Flew Confederate Flags Outside Of A Black Kid’s Birthday Party

A group of men and women driving near Atlanta flew the Confederate Battle Flag outside of a black child’s birthday party this summer, and have since been charged with…

Common Talks On Removal Of South Carolina Statehouse’s Confederate Flag

Just less than a week after the removal of the Confederate flag atop South Carolina’s statehouse (July 10), media outlets and celebrities alike have shared their…

Charlamagne Tha God Weighs In On The Confederate Flag On “Uncommon Sense”

The removal of the Confederate flag at the statehouse in Columbia, S.C. (July 10) has been the topic of discussion this week. Following numerous protests against the…

South Carolina House Of Reps Votes To Remove Confederate Flag From Capitol

Marking a pivotal moment in the nation’s southern history, the South Carolina House of Representatives approved a bill on Thursday (July 9) to oust the Confederate flag