When it comes to white supremacy, how far have we come in a year?
Tyler Tenbrink, William Fears and Colton Fears were being held Friday following an alleged shooting at a group of peaceful protesters.
Days after controversy exploded surrounding ESPN’s Jemele Hill reference to Donald Trump as a white supremacist, the anchor has broken her silence on the situation, taking to her Twitter account to give her take on all that’s happened in the last few days.
Given the racially-motivated events that occurred in Charlottesville recently, it’s understandable that many are on edge and high-alert when it comes to racial protests, demonstrations and rallies, whether they’re intended to be peaceful or not. Texas A&M apparently didn’t want any violence to occur on campus, so they cancelled a scheduled White Lives Matter rally. […]
Alt-Right leader Richard Spencer led a group of protesters that are against the city of Charlottesville removing a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
In addition, on Monday Jackson was charged with murder as an act of terrorism, second-degree murder as a hate crime and three counts of criminal possession of a weapon.
James Harris Jackson told authorities that he has harbored racist violent views for more than ten years.
Plus, Pastor Shirley Caesar is trying to make bank from the #UNameIt Challenge and nearly 1,000 people run with autistic boy after quitting team over attack.
Also, the Boston bomber is sentenced to death today and the Senate holds its final vote on Obama's trade deal.