Charlottesville

Order Out Of Chaos With Unite The Right, Proud Boys And H3H3

In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange is joined by Jason Bermas to discuss the latest breaking news including the Unite The Right rallies in DC and Charlottesville, the H3H3 controversy and the true identity of the Proud Boys.

The Long Battle to Remove the Stain of White Supremacy

Following the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA last week, Republican and Democratic politicians alike were quick to condemn what they saw. Almost to a man — that man being President Donald Trump — they stressed that the ideology on display was inconsistent with American values and the principles the United States was founded on. That sounds nice. But it is, of course, mostly false — and that’s part of the problem. While it is true that the United States is founded on admirable ideals, the implementation of these lofty goals has been a work in progress since Day One.

Confederate Monuments: History Lessons or Symbols of White Supremacy?

The movement to unmoor Confederate monuments gained momentum in 2015, when self-proclaimed white supremacist Dylan Roof posed with a Confederate flag and murdered nine African Americans in a Charleston, SC, church. Activists and politicians worked together to take down the flag in the state and abolish other reminders of hate and bigotry in the South.Claiming that the movement to remove Confederate monuments is an assault on the country’s heritage and culture, alt-right groups have used the issue to increase their ranks and promote their message of white supremacy.

Charlottesville Police Inaction Part of a Nationwide Development

In the major moral crisis growing out of Charlottesville, a lot of attention has been paid to Trump’s lack of leadership.But the whole nation has a stake in a related matter, the inaction of the local police.The Charlottesville Police Department was not caught unawares.