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Conservative Pundit on Slavery, Constitution: 'The South Wanted Blacks to Count for a Full Person'

On Fox News, Dinesh D'Souza tried to give his version of the three-fifths compromise in the Constitution. A historian slammed him on Twitter.

Dinesh D'Souza, a controversial right-wing filmmaker and pundit, who has made racist remarks about former President Obama, went on Fox News on Monday to contest Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's statement that the Electoral College is a remnant of the days of slavery in the U.S.

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Disgraced Racist Teacher from the Bronx is Suing for 'Reverse Racism' After Her Rightful Termination

Patricia Cummings sheds white tears after she used Black students to demonstrate the effects of being a slave.

The white social studies teacher in New York City Public Schools, Patricia Cummings, fired after stepping on the backs of three Black students' during a "lesson" on slavery, claims that she is the victim of reverse racism and plans to sue the State of New York for an astounding $120 million.

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Christine Blasey Ford Stood on the Shoulders of Anita Hill as She Testified

Black women keep watch and push forward as Ford's day in court proves to be a far cry from 1991.

For every woman of color who watched the hearing today, or has followed any of the drama up to this point, our backs are heavy.

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Obama to Trump: We're Supposed to Stand up to Discrimination and to Nazi Sympathizers

To voters: You can make sure that white nationalists don't feel empowered to march in Charlottesville in the middle of the day.

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Former President Barack Obama kicked off his campaigning for November's midterms, on Friday afternoon, and took jabs at President Trump and the spineless backbones of his Republican constituents.

Obama spared no expense rebuking the administration's actions that have emboldened racists.

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FSU to Remove Statue of its Slave-Owning Founder, Sort of

Students have been fighting to remove the statue since 2016 and were met with a compromise.

After two years of protests from students, Florida State University has agreed to remove the statue of founder Francis Eppes VII, grandson of Thomas Jefferson and known slave-owner, from the school's entrance.

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Wakanda will now be officially a part of history.

The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture has announced that it will feature a "Black Panther" exhibit. It will include Chadwick Boseman's panther suit from the blockbuster film, copies of the script signed by director Ryan Coogler, production photos and pages from the initial script.

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On a Fox News broadcast, David Bossie, a former Trump aide, bashed the language CIA Director Michael Hayden used in comparing the Trump administration to Nazi regime. But then he used language that was a nod back to the days of slavery in the U.S. when talking to a Black Democratic strategist.

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Richmond's J.E.B. Stuart Elementary School, named after a Confederate general, decided on using the name of the nation's first Black president as their break from hateful history's grip.

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White Racists Use Intimidation for Years to Beat Black Employee with Disability into Slavery

This week's guilty plea to federal charges says what many knew — this was calculated.

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Bobby Paul Edwards, 53, who was charged with slavery, assault and battery, false imprisonment, Fair Labor violations and discriminations against John Christopher Smith, a Black employee with intellectual disabilities at J&J Cafeteria in Myrtle Beach, S.C., plead guilty on Monday.

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The Royal Wedding Ceremony Included the African-American Experience

A sermon on the civil rights movement and slavery in America and the soulful sounds of a gospel choir were important parts of the ceremony.

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The marriage of American actress Meghan Markle and Britain's Prince Harry on Saturday was anything but the traditional royal protocol for a wedding at Windsor Castle in England. From a sermon by the first Black leader of the Episcopal Church in the United States to a soul-stirring gospel choir, it was clear that Markle is taking her African-American heritage with her as she begins a new life as one of Britain's royals.

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Colorism Contributed to Beyoncé's Success, Says Her Father

Mathew Knowles also admitted he dated his former wife, Tina, because he thought she was white.

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Mathew Knowles, father of music industry superstars Beyoncé and Solange, believes his daughters' light skin complexions have contributed to their success.

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Civil War Caused by 'Lack of Ability to Compromise,' Says John Kelly

Kelly also described "men and women of good faith on both sides" and called Robert E. Lee "an honorable man."

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White House Chief of Staff John Kelly on Monday night attributed the Civil War to the "lack of ability to compromise" and described Confederate General Robert E. Lee "an honorable man."

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