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  • Lee Circle no more: New Orleans to remove 4 Confederate statues

    12/17/2015 1:01:38 PM PST · by yoe · 96 replies
    Times Picayune ^ | December 17, 2015 | Richard Rainey
    <p>Lee Circle will lose the statue of its namesake after the New Orleans City Council voted 6-1 Thursday (Dec. 17) to remove four monuments related to the Confederacy from their prominent perches around the city.</p> <p>Besides Gen. Robert E. Lee, statues of Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard at the entrance of City Park and Confederate president Jefferson Davis in Mid-City and the obelisk dedicated to the Battle of Liberty Place at the foot of Iberville Street will all come down.</p>
  • Ole Miss head to band: Stop playing fight song

    11/11/2009 10:54:32 AM PST · by Dacula · 103 replies · 3,765+ views
    ajc.com ^ | 8:40 p.m. Tuesday, November 10, 2009 | EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS
    JACKSON, Miss. — The University of Mississippi's first-year chancellor followed through on a promise Tuesday and asked the band to stop playing a pep song because some fans are chanting "the South will rise again" at the end of the medley. "Here at the University of Mississippi, there must be no doubt that this is a warm and welcoming place for all," Dan Jones wrote Tuesday in a letter to the university community. "We cannot even appear to support those outside our community who advocate a revival of racial segregation. We cannot fail to respond." Dan Jones said last week...
  • Ole Miss may drop fight song if fans don't stop chant

    11/03/2009 7:48:07 AM PST · by Dacula · 110 replies · 4,489+ views
    AP ^ | 7:26 a.m. Tuesday, November 3, 2009 | AP
    <p>JACKSON, Miss.-- University of Mississippi football fans who refuse to stop chanting "the South will rise again" are on the verge of losing one of their favorite fight songs, the school's chancellor said Monday.</p> <p>Ole Miss Chancellor Dan Jones said "From Dixie With Love" will no longer be played at games if fans continue the racially offensive chant.</p>
  • Guess What Folks - Secession Wasn't Treason

    08/27/2007 1:37:39 PM PDT · by BnBlFlag · 1,083 replies · 10,159+ views
    The Copperhead Chronicles ^ | August 2007 | Al Benson
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Copperhead Chronicle Al Benson, Jr. Articles Guess What Folks--Secesson Wasn't Treason by Al Benson Jr. More and more of late I have been reading articles dealing with certain black racist groups that claim to have the best interests of average black folks at heart (they really don't). It seems these organizations can't take time to address the problems of black crime in the black community or of single-parent families in the black community in any meaningful way. It's much more lucrative for them (and it gets more press coverage) if they spend their time and resources attacking Confederate...
  • What Does It Mean "The South Shall Rise Again":

    05/24/2007 6:03:30 AM PDT · by Rebeleye · 1,556 replies · 21,281+ views
    The Wichita (KS) Eagle ^ | 23 May 2007 | Mark McCormick
    ...he was stunned to see two large Confederate flags flying from trucks...emblazoned with the words "The South Shall Rise Again." I'm stunned, too, that people still think it is cool to fly this flag. Our society should bury these flags -- not flaunt them...because the Confederate flag symbolizes racial tyranny to so many... ...This flag doesn't belong on city streets, in videos or in the middle of civil discussion. It belongs in our past -- in museums and in history books -- along with the ideas it represents.
  • Freep a Richmond, Va. poll

    02/21/2006 11:42:37 AM PST · by dynachrome · 8 replies · 459+ views
    Richmond Times-Dispatch ^ | 2-21-06 | Times-Dispatach
    Do you favor allowing gay and lesbian couples to enter into legal agreements with each other that would give them some of the same legal protections as married couples? Yes No Undecided
  • Southern Food Frustrates Health Officials

    02/13/2005 1:43:27 PM PST · by foolscap · 194 replies · 4,567+ views
    hosted.ap.org ^ | Feb 13, 2005 | DANIEL YEE
    DECATUR, Ga. (AP) -- When Becky Cleaveland is out with her girlfriends, they all pick at salads except for the petite Atlanta woman. She tackles "The Hamdog." The dish, a specialty of Mulligan's, a suburban bar, is a hot dog wrapped by a beef patty that's deep fried, covered with chili, cheese and onions and served on a hoagie bun. Oh yeah, it's also topped with a fried egg and two fistfuls of fries. "The owner says I'm the only girl who can eat a whole one without flinching," Cleaveland said proudly. Amid a national obesity epidemic and the South's...
  • Jewish center to stage play on Grant's anti-Semitic order

    08/19/2003 12:03:11 PM PDT · by archy · 62 replies · 537+ views
    The Louisville [KY] *Courier-Journal ^ | 10 August 2003 | JUDITH EGERTON /KEITH WILLIAMS
    Jewish center to stage play on Grant's anti-Semitic order By JUDITH EGERTON • August 10, 2003 jegerton@courier-journal.com The Courier-Journal BY KEITH WILLIAMS, THE COURIER-JOURNAL Playwright Nancy Gall-Clayton has written a Civil War play about Gen. Ulysses S. Grant's ordering Jews out of his territory. Few historians know about it, and Gen. Ulysses S. Grant omitted it from his autobiography. But it happened. During the Civil War, the Union Army leader issued an order expelling Jews from their homes, including 30 families in Paducah, Ky. President Abraham Lincoln revoked the order about three weeks later, but much damage had already been...