KKK Posing as Victim of “Cultural Genocide”

The Confederate flag symbolizes the worst aspects of humanity’s inhumanity. The South must move on, says Warren Blumenfeld.

The Civil War: The One We Fought, The One We’re Still Fighting

It officially ended 150 years ago on April 9 in Appomattox with General Lee’s surrender, but the deep divisions that produced the Civil War still roil our national psyche.

Jim Crow Is Still America’s National Religion … But It Doesn’t Have to Be

Half a century after the civil rights movement removed most of the legal aspects of the Jim Crow regime the vast majority of religious people in America do not see fit to worship next to people of another race.

My Father Beat Me For Not Being a Racist

He didn’t know why his father wanted MLK dead, and he didn’t know what the KKK was. But he knew his father was a racist, and he wasn’t going to be like him.

NAACP, KKK Hold Historic Meeting

“Peaceful.” The word used to describe last week’s meeting between the NAACP and the KKK.

What to Do Before You Complain

Tim O’Connor finally understands ‘You spot it, you got it.’ What I complain about in others is in me.

Ku Klux Klan On a Recruiting Drive in Georgia

Why is the venerable KKK on a push for new members now, of all times?

After 40 Years, North Carolina’s “Wilmington 10” Are Finally Pardoned

North Carolina governor calls the convictions ‘tainted by naked racism.’

Average Size … for a Black Man: Myths About Size, Racism, and the Patriarchy

Myths about Black men’s prowess reinforce racist stereotypes about Black men.

‘Man Up’ – An Excerpt from Carlos Andrés Gómez’s New Book

“I am tired of men dying because they feel alone, feeling like they are destined for prison or monotony or gender role-playing or anything less than their most divine of dreams… I know that I am not alone in this.”

Well, That’s a Relief: KKK Not Allowed to Adopt-a-Highway

Does the KKK have the right to adopt a section of a Georgia highway just like any other organization?