On March 9, 1892, Memphis whites lynched three Black men–Thomas Moss, Will Stewart, and Calvin McDowell–who had dared to challenge white economic superiority in their community by opening
Moscow Mitch can try to claim that the filibuster has no connection to racism but any historian knows that’s a complete lie, even more bald-faced than your usual Mitch lie: The most famous such
How can this possibly be justified? A federal appeals court has ruled that grand jury evidence long sought by civil rights activists and historians in a 1946 mass lynching case in rural Georgia must r
Today, the House passed the Emmitt Till Federal Anti-Lynching Act, by a 410-4 vote. Wait, what? Four people against a federal anti-lynching law? Who is this part of the Congressional Lynching Caucus?
Above: The lynching of Frank Tafoya, Las Vegas, New Mexico, 1882 As I have stated many times, it’s very frustrating to me to see how both liberals and the left reduce race in America to the blac
Given that the government is reopening the investigation into Emmett Till’s lynching, it’s worth thinking about lynching a little bit. Mostly, when we think about lynching, we think about
An appropriate post demonstrating that Ali’s fight against racial injustice remains far from over. Jasmine Richards, an organizer with Black Lives Matter, was found guilty Wednesday by a Pasaden
Oh dear: The artist behind the Elgin mural that depicts a portion of a famous photo of a 1930 lynching of two black men in Indiana said the piece was intended to get people to ask questions, think abo