If Republicans think they deserve applause for condemning Congressman Steve King’s racism, they’re sorely mistaken.
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The SPLC this week sued the Trump administration again for approving Kentucky’s Medicaid waiver plan a second time.
In 1960, Alabama’s state board of education ordered the firing of Dr. Lawrence D. Reddick from his post as chair of the history department at Alabama State University (then Alabama State College).
Striking a blow to the defenders of the “Lost Cause,” a judge has struck down an Alabama law that prevented the removal of Confederate symbols from public land.
President Trump took to the airwaves this week to denounce people he called “illegal aliens,” thousands of whom he said were “charged or convicted of assaults, sex crimes, and violent killings.”
Emboldened by President Trump’s rhetoric, white supremacist groups have increased their distribution of flyers and banners in public spaces across the country, spreading racist and antisemitic propaganda and seeking to recruit new members.
The SPLC joined other advocacy organizations and elected officials today in demanding change to a Georgia state law that prohibits local communities from removing Confederate monuments.
We expect President Trump’s speech tonight to be filled with more falsehoods demonizing migrants who are seeking refuge.
Jay was worried he wouldn’t be fed. He was in trouble at school. He was sick a lot.