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University of Florida President Kent Fuchs told students to stay away, deny Spencer attention and ignore his “message of hate.”
DeAndre Harris, almost killed during the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, faces the same charge as the men who assaulted him.
The city is working to prevent future demonstrations from white supremacists.
More than 200 players joined in solidarity Sunday to protest Trump’s assault on their right to protest racial injustices.
In a Facebook post, an Ohio firefighter used a racial slur saying the lives of Blacks are less important than animals.
A meme posted on the Chelan County Emergency Management page encouraging killing protesters receives backlash on social media.
Legislation calls for President Trump to reject white supremacists, the KKK and neo-Nazis.
“I was just mostly shocked and I wanted to ask them why they did it,” said Kylan Smallwood, the team’s quarterback and only Black varsity player.
An art collective created the display in “protest of white nationalist uprising in the United States.”
Council members unanimously ordered a statue of General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson to be removed from a park “as soon as possible,” according to a spokeswoman.
In a Vice News documentary, viewed more than 44 million times, Christopher Cantwell called Charlottesville counter-protester Heather Heyer’s death “more than justified.”
Dr. Daniel Kammen left his position as science envoy after the president’s remarks on Charlottesville — which also impacted him on a personal level.
Jerry Falwell Jr. said Trump made a “bold, truthful statement about the Charlottesville tragedy.”
James Clapper, a former director of U.S. national intelligence, expressed concern at President Trump’s performance, calling it “downright scary and disturbing.”
Rep. Bryan Zollinger wrote that President Trump “was in the public spotlight for 20-plus years with zero allegations of racism.”
Company says it’s “an opportunity to show through our words and actions the decency for which we all stand.”
“They brought all those HBCUs to town. They took a picture in the Oval Office and then they did nothing,” said Rep. Cedric Richmond, chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus.
About 100 activists and residents crowded into the council meeting, the first since the violent demonstrations two weekends ago.
“99.9 percent of the people here were here for the right reason, and that’s to fight bigotry and hate,” said Boston’s police chief.
The player says the effectiveness of anthem protests would grow with white players’ involvement.
“Our values and commitment to diversity are critical as we work to address the impact of cancer in every community,” American Cancer Society spokeswoman Miriam Falco said.
Bernard J. Tyson sent an internal note to the people of Kaiser Permanente reaffirming the company's commitment to diversity and inclusion.
The president called it “sad” that America’s history — the part engrained in a legacy of slavery and racism — was “being ripped apart.”