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British KKK Admirer Defends Lynching of Black Doll
A man accused of dressing like the Ku Klux Klan and staging a mock lynching of a blackface doll is ...


Halloween Display Removed Amid Lynching Resemblance
The St. Louis Zoo removed a Halloween display of hooded ghosts swinging from trees after some visit...


Commentary: Why a Museum Highlights a Lynching Tree
Blacks will never forget the history of racism in the United States, and the new Jim Crow Museum of...


Police Probe Mock Lynching of Obama in Plains, Georgia
Police Probe Mock Lynching of Obama in Plains | Georgia...


Mississippi Could Name FBI Building After Lynching Victims
Mississippi Could Name FBI Building After Lynching Victims...


Black Mayoral Candidate Wants to Bring Back Lynching
Black Mayoral Candidate Wants to Bring Back Lynching...


Lynching Script Finally Sees the Light of Day | News | BET.com
Posted March 27, 2008 –  More than a half-century after it was twice censored by TV networks, ...


Jury Rejects Notion that Black Family Feared a Lynching
  N.Y. Black Man is Guilty in Shooting Death of White Teen Posted Dec. 23, 2007 – In a decisio...


“Empty Chair” Lynchings Aim at Obama
In a scary nod to both America’s ugly racist history of lynching and Clint Eastwood’s strange “empt...


Pastor Uses Photo of Lynchings to Get Out the Vote
Rev. Joy Thornton, the senior pastor of Greater St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church in Indianapolis,...


Commentary: Kanye West’s Most Important Social Critique?
Is "New Slaves" Kanye West's most important social critique to date?...


This Day in Black History: Jan. 25, 1890
The National Afro-American League, an early civil rights organization, was formed on Jan. 25, 1890....


Black Press Legend: John J. Oliver Jr. Speaks on Future of Black Newspapers
The publisher of the Afro-American newspapers, John J. Oliver Jr., speaks on the legacy of the Blac...


This Day in Black History: March 24, 1912
Civil rights activist Dorothy Height was born in Richmond, Virginia, on March 24, 1912....


Sculpture Honoring Ida B. Wells to Be Built in Chicago
To mark the 150th anniversary of Ida B. Wells' birth in 2012, an effort is under way to build a scu...


Station Tied to Emmett Till Killing to Be Restored
The gas station tied to the 1955 lynching of Emmett Till will be restored, The Associated Press rep...


CBC Member: Tea Party Politicians Would Like to See Blacks "Hanging on a Tree"
André Carson reportedly used a lynching metaphor to describe how some Tea Party policies would retu...


Herman Cain Caught on Tape
At a Michigan campaign stop, Herman Cain makes it clear he thinks Anita Hill, who 20 years ago said...


Report: Kanye West Records "Black Skinhead" Remix with Miley Cyrus
Sources say stars had a secret studio session after VMAs....


Freddie Gibbs on CTE vs. Maybach Music Group: “We Can Take It There”
Gangsta Gibbs talks to BET.com about Young Jeezy’s beef with Rick Ross, President Obama’s love for ...

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