On Robert Lee, The Other Robert Lee, ESPN And The American WayRobert Lee, an Asian-American, was “un-assigned’’ from working in Charlottesville because he shares the first and last name of the Confederate general.
Boldin Turns Focus From NFL To Bridging Racial DivideAnquan Boldin didn't decide overnight that he was going to quit football in order to speak out against longstanding concerns over inequality in America. But the recent conflict in Charlottesville was the tipping point.
Viral Photo Doesn't Show 'Antifa' Beating CopA widely spread photo purportedly showing an anti-fascist activist beating a police officer is a doctored image.
Bush Presidents Denounce Racism & Hatred In Statement On CharlottesvillePresident George H.W. Bush & George W. Bush released a joint statement on Wednesday, denouncing racism and hatred after the events that took place in Charlottesville.
Obama's Post-Charlottesville Message Most-Liked Tweet EverTwitter says President Barack Obama's tweet in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend has taken the crown as the platform's most-liked post ever.
President Trump Blames 'Both Sides' For CharlottesvillePresident Donald Trump says the groups protesting against white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, were "also very violent."
Obama's Charlottesville Tweet Gets Twitter LoveA tweet from former President Barack Obama in response to this weekend's violence in Charlottesville is already one of the social media platform's most liked posts with more than 2.4 million likes.
Predominantly Black Dallas Group Forms To Protect Confederate MonumentsThe debate about Confederate statues in Dallas intensified on Monday as a group made up of predominantly African Americans called for the monuments to remain standing.