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To Rename Or Not? Institutions Reconsider Honors For Racists

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The massacre at a predominantly black South Carolina church has institutions from Alaska to Connecticut evaluating whether they should continue enshrining the names of historical figures linked to slavery and the Confederacy. 786 more words

News

The Confederate Flag and Racism: A Historian's Perspective

In the wake of last week’s tragedy in South Carolina, Americans, including myself, have dealt with the situation in the best way we know how: posting about it on Facebook. 1,624 more words

America

Slide the City Columbia

Slide the City Columbia was a 1,000 foot long water slide set up on July 4th, 2015 next to Finlay Park. Police closed off parts of Gadsden Street to accommodate the slide and sliders. 15 more words

Photography

25 African-Americans thrown out of South Carolina restaurant after a white woman complained of feeling 'threatened' – Daily Mail

A South Carolina man and several of his friends say they were refused service at a Wild Wing Cafe in Charleston last month and asked to leave. 85 more words

Racism

Milburn & Newman Wedding - June 20, 2015

What do you get when you mix mountains and the month of June together?  The combination makes for beautiful weddings.  Ayla and Scott proved that a little rain will not ruin their love for each other.   161 more words

Photography

Should Governor Nikki Haley Resign like Rachel Dolezal?

by Lou Saboter

When I first heard that Gov. Nikki Haley was against the Confederate Flag I thought she was maybe a race traitor, perhaps a bit of a mongrel of some kind, but that she was at least approaching white. 200 more words

Situations

Social Media Myths

There’s a lot of talk about what social media can and can’t do for businesses, but I’ve noticed a lot of people are misinformed about social media. 365 more words

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