Given multiple chances to condemn white nationalism; given plenty of opportunities to say racism is a threat to our national defense, Tuberville retreated into whiny, self-pitying victimhood.
Racism (Us vs Them)
Human beings fleeing persecution are not a “flood,” "invasion" or “surge.” And it’s not “illegal” when they cross the border to seek asylum.
In August 1955, Emmett Till had barely turned 14 when he visited his Mississippi relatives from Chicago, only to be beaten and shot to death after he reportedly wolf-whistled at Carolyn Bryant Donham at a store.
Governor Kay Ivey Ousts Top Education Official Over Book That Promotes ‘Equality, Dignity, and Worth’ of All
The book Governor Ivey objects to urges inclusion and understanding for young children coming into education programs from all kinds of different families.
Republicans from Tennessee to Tallahassee to Tacoma struggle manfully to stop "decorum" rule-breakers who would keep disrupting their white men’s God-ordained exercise of unchecked power.
The Tennessee GOP expelled two Black, duly elected, Democrats from their chamber—a clearly racist move—and then immediately began fundraising their base saying, "Our fight is just beginning."
Being stopped by the cops is not supposed to be a life-threatening event. But even in "progressive" San Francisco, things can and have gone very wrong.
Musk’s acquisition of Twitter came has reversed a decade-long trend among tech giants to take more responsibility for hate speech, harassment, incitement, disinformation and other harms flowing through their platforms.
The so-called “constitutional sheriff” organization, which has denied having racist ties, is best known for its controversial legal theories about a sheriff’s power to nullify laws they interpret as unconstitutional.
White Members of the Tennessee Legislature Put Their Racism on Display for New Member Justin Pearson
White members of the Tennessee legislature attempted to censor new black member Justin Pearson for his appearance—in a traditional Dashiki—citing "rules for House decorum and dress attire" that don't actually exist.
A high school history teacher says, “The revolution is in the classroom, and it is up to teachers to resist oppressive bills and bans..."
The Mississippi Republican dominated legislature is proposing to reinvent Jim Crow by creating a separate court district in Jackson—with an 80 percent Black population—just for the "white" neighborhoods.