"On Tuesday Nov. 27, thousands of Mississippians will vote for a senator. We need someone who respects the lives of lynch victims," one sign said.
"A recent racist social media post aimed at our football coach is ignorant and despicable," Florida State President John Thrasher said in a statement about Tom Shand's racist post.
Florida State University football fan, Tom Shand, posted images on his social media depicting coach Willie Taggart getting lynched. That disturbing image prompted outrage among FSU fans and social media users alike on Sunday morning.
"I am a die-hard 49ers fan and, when that action happened, there was a lot portrayed on the 49ers and I took it personally," Bowtie Barber said.
"We wanted people to have a sense of just the scale of what this violence, what this terrorism was," Bryan Stevenson told Oprah Winfrey.
There was a time in the U.S. when white people would gather in public squares in the Deep South to witness Black men, women or children hanged, burned or amputated, sometimes all of the above. This form of domestic terrorism is a painful part of American history that Bryan Stevenson said needs to be remembered in order to heal the racial divide in this country.
"I told her, 'Next time you're frustrated are you going to call him a n*****?'" said the young boy's mother.
A photo of the young boy's injuries went viral, and New Hampshire state authorities are now investigating.
New Hampshire state prosecutors are now involved in a Claremont police investigation of a biracial 8-year-old boy who was allegedly called racial slurs by teens, and pushed off of a picnic table with a noose tied around his neck.
An art collective created the display in "protest of white nationalist uprising in the United States."
INDECLINE, an activist artist collective, created eight Ku Klux Klan effigies wearing clown costumes underneath KKK robes and hanged them from a single tree in Richmond's Joseph Bryan Park to protest white supremacy. An effigy wore a placard that read: "If Attacked By a Mob of Clowns, Go for the Juggler."
"You'll be hanging from a tree."
"That marker was just evidence that there are people who are still living in those areas who still hold those ideologies dear to their heart."
A sign honoring Emmett Till was found riddled with more than 40 bullet holes. Kevin Wilson Jr., a filmmaker who is working on a short film on Till, made the discovery; the incident garnered attention when Wilson posted about it on Facebook.