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food-wtf

Candy Shop Owner Gets Death Threats for "Burn Confederate Flag" Promotion

When a pro-Confederate group rallied near his North Carolina shop, the owner of Matthew's Chocolates decided to take matters into his own hands.
Jelisa Castrodale
8.9.19
midterms

Stacey Abrams Isn't Sorry She Once Burned Georgia's Flag to Protest Racism

Abrams, who would be the country's first Black woman governor, participated in the protest in college, when Georgia's state flag still included a Confederate symbol.
Marie Solis
10.23.18
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These Republicans waving the Confederate flag won their primaries

Bitterly divisive Confederate symbols played a part in several Southern races
Alex Lubben
6.13.18
Desus & Mero

Desus and Mero Break Down the Keaton Jones Saga

The VICELAND hosts talk about the bullied kid's sharp rise and fall from fame.
Sarah Bellman
12.13.17
protest

Meet the Guy Who Burns Confederate Flags at NASCAR Races

Political protester Gene Stilp isn't making any new friends with what he's calling an "educational effort."
Michael Goldberg
11.29.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Someone Plastered Confederate Flags and Cotton All Over American University

It's the second time this year racist symbols were found at the DC college.
Drew Schwartz
9.27.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A New Yorker Is Facing Eviction for Hanging Confederate Flags in His Windows

Though the flags have been up for months, neighbors have called on the apartment building's owners to take them down in the wake of the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville.
Drew Schwartz
8.21.17
Monuments Men

Statue of pro-slavery Supreme Court chief justice removed in Maryland

A statue of pro-slavery Supreme Court chief justice was removed in Maryland overnight
Emma Fidel
8.18.17
The Rundown

The Senate Votes on Health Care Next Week, Gird Your Loins

Your daily guide to what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about.
Impact Staff
7.12.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Confederate Flag Is Back Up at the South Carolina Statehouse (for Now)

A secessionist group hoisted the flag on a temporary pole two years after it was removed in the wake of the Charleston church shooting.
Drew Schwartz
7.10.17
Views My Own

Removing Confederate Statues Won't Change America's Ugly Past

Symbolic victories may ease white guilt, but they won't put black kids through school or pay for their legal defense.
Amdé Mengistu
6.14.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Georgia Couple Is Headed to Prison for Making Racist Threats at a Kid's Birthday Party

The state doesn't have a hate crime law on the books, but the judge called it an act of "racial hatred."
Brian Moylan
2.28.17
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