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20 12, 2007

News 455

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Race of culprits in Confederate monument defacing surprises some Monday, December 17, 2007 By DESIREE HUNTER Associated Press Writer MONTGOMERY, Ala. - When vandals sprayed black paint on the faces and hands of statues on the Capitol's Confederate monument and left a reference to a rebellious slave's hanging, many assumed it was the work of blacks looking to make a statement. But the apprehension of three white 17-year-olds raised questions Monday about [...]

14 12, 2007

News 451

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Subpoenas for Al Sharpton's aides By GREG B. SMITH and LARRY McSHANE DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITERS Thursday, December 13th 2007 Teams of federal agents swooped down on up to 10 close associates of the Rev. Al Sharpton Wednesday, demanding the flamboyant clergyman's financial records since 2001. Sharpton's former chief of staff said he was roused at his Harlem home about 6:30 a.m. by two FBI agents who handed him a subpoena to [...]

12 12, 2007

News 447

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March Across Dixie - December 6-10, 2007 On Thursday, December 6,2007, I would resume the March Across Dixie Re-Union March approximately 10 miles from the Long Bridge in Shreveport , Louisiana. As I proceeded down highway 80 heading West, I would be stopped by a young police officer from Bossier City. After finding out that I was an outstanding citizen, and the reasons for a Black man to be dressed in a [...]

11 12, 2007

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Back to the main articles page      March Across Dixie - December 6-10, 2007 On Thursday, December 6,2007, I would resume the March Across Dixie Re-Union March approximately 10 miles from the Long Bridge in Shreveport , Louisiana. As I proceeded down highway 80 heading West, I would be stopped by a young police officer from Bossier City. After finding out that I was an outstanding citizen, and the reasons for a Black [...]

10 12, 2007

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Back to the main articles page      Levi Carnine From: "David Hill" Date: December 8, 2007 H.K. pays his respects to Levi Carnine, Black Confederate Soldier at Mansfield City Cemetery, Mansfield, LA Lest We Forget David Hill Commander Lt. General Richard Taylor Camp #1308 Sons of Confederate Veterans www.scvtaylorcamp.com

9 12, 2007

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Back to the main articles page      Black man demonstrates support for Confederate Flag H.K. Edgerton carried a Confederate flag through downtown Shreveport yesterday. It was one more stop for Edgerton - who is black - on a trip to support what many consider a racist symbol. Edgerton is walking across the South from North Carolina to Austin, Texas. He says he started the trip five years ago and has visited 77 cities [...]

9 12, 2007

News 445

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Black man demonstrates support for Confederate Flag Associated Press - December 7, 2007 SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) - H.K. Edgerton carried a Confederate flag through downtown Shreveport yesterday. It was one more stop for Edgerton - who is black - on a trip to support what many consider a racist symbol. Edgerton is walking across the South from North Carolina to Austin, Texas. He says he started the trip five years ago and [...]

9 12, 2007

News 442

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Fred Thompson Protested By Sons Of Confederate Veterans Protesters greet Thompson in Lexington Thursday, Dec 06, 2007 LEXINGTON, S.C. (AP) - A few protesters from the Sons of Confederate Veterans protested at a rally for Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson in Lexington. Members of the group are upset with Thompson and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney because of what they consider to be disrespectful remarks the candidates made about the Confederate flag [...]

6 12, 2007

News 438

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Racial tensions increase as result of social conditioning By: Brett King Issue date: 11/30/07 Section: Opinion Across the Opinion page this semester, writers have discussed situations of so-called racial injustice or discrimination. This paper has covered minority groups holding protests not only from around the country, but also here on campus. Those born in the last 30 years did not grow up during the civil rights movement and only experienced the event [...]

6 12, 2007

News 439

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Can Diversity Destroy Us? By Patrick J. Buchanan Tuesday, December 4, 2007 On the Great Seal of the United States, first suggested by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776, there was to be emblazoned a new motto: "E Pluribus Unum" -- "Out of many, one." It was in their unity, not their diversity, that the strength of the colonies resided. So Patrick Henry believed, as he declared, "The distinctions between Virginians, [...]