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Omaha man gets fine, probation for posting neo-Nazi stickers

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — An Omaha man has been sentenced to a year of probation and ordered to pay a $200 fine for posting neo-Nazi recruitment stickers on poles outside a synagogue. Jonathan Ziegler, 31, pleaded guilty Monday to property damage and hate intimidation. In exchange, prosecutors dropped two other...
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Daily Devotional: Tuesday, July 27 - God Promises His Freedom

“But thanks be to God, that you who were once slaves of sin have become obedient from the heart to the standard of teaching to which you were committed, and, having been set free from sin, have become slaves of righteousness.” — Romans 6:17-18 (ESV) Freedom is an idea we...
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York, MESeacoast Online

The Observer: Let's call Critical Race Theory precisely what it is

I support the York select board's Proclamation Against Racism, Discrimination and Bigotry and urge others to do so. Not everyone will agree. Resistance to the proclamation has been associated with viral criticisms of Critical Race Theory. One line of attack against CRT employs a classic propaganda tool called the straw...
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CARICOM Chairman Assures Haiti of Regional Solidarity

The Chairman of CARICOM has sought to assure Haitians that the region stands in solidarity with the French-speaking CARICOM member state. In an address on Friday at the funeral service held for the late Prime Minister Jovenel Moise who was assassinated earlier this month, Brown offered condolences and said that the circumstances of his death, shocked the entire Caribbean.
Milwaukee, WIshepherdexpress.com

Repeating History

A July post on the Log Cabin Republicans of Wisconsin (LCRW) social media page posed this question: “CRT is Critical Race Theory that teaches that all whites are racist. I agree with the predominant group of republicans that wants this stopped. Do you want CRT stopped?”. Leave it the LCRW...
Video Gamesctpublic.org

'Blackhaven' Game Explores Racism, Slavery, And America’s Past

A new video game developed in part by a UConn professor explores distortions of America’s past by taking players to an American plantation museum where the history of slavery has been erased. In “Blackhaven” you play as Kendra Turner, an intern from an unnamed historically Black college, who’s taken a...
ReligionBaptist Standard

Voices: Revisiting the New Testament and slavery

In a previous article, I condemned attempts by some American Christians to justify or excuse the hideous sin of American slavery. I focused most my attention, however, on the single passage of 1 Timothy 1:10. Given space limitations, I was unable to treat the broader question of slavery in the...
ProtestsTelegraph

Sir Henry Morton Stanley statue could be pulled down after BLM protests

Sir Henry Morton Stanley’s hometown statue could be pulled down, with the public asked for their views on the British colonial explorer targeted by Black Lives Matter protests. He supposedly uttered his famous phrase "Dr Livingstone, I presume?" after finding the Scottish missionary on one of many missions in Africa,...
Houston, TXrice.edu

Woodson Research Center team honored with Shapiro award

Library staff worked throughout pandemic to deliver invaluable documents, digitization and much more. Reflecting the highly collaborative nature of their work, all 10 team members in the Woodson Research Center were honored this year with the 2021 Shapiro Library Staff Innovation Award. This marks the first time in its history that the award, which typically recognizes the exemplary efforts of a member of the Fondren Library staff, has gone to a group.
Educationfordham.edu

Curran Center Contest Winner Examines History of Slavery

Kelly Schmidt, Ph.D., was disturbed by racism from a very young age. “I don’t quite remember where I had learned about prejudice and discrimination for the first time, but I didn’t understand it and I kept asking my mom, ‘Why do people treat people differently because of the way they look?’” she said, “And she couldn’t give me the answers.”
Video Gamesrockpapershotgun.com

The Forgotten City review: a lean mystery that builds Rome in a day

Picture the scene: you wake up at the side of a river and a stranger, who is reluctant to tell you their name, is like, "Can you go into the ruined city and find my mate please?" Five minutes later and you find yourself stuck in a time loop in a small Ancient Roman settlement from 2000 years ago. It's not just you who's trapped, either. There are several people stuck in this underground city that you fell into, and you're all under the threat of turning into gold statues if even one of you does something wrong. This is the situation in The Forgotten City, a time loop mystery adventure that does not, unfortunately, feature a dialogue option for constantly swearing and weeping as a reaction to the situation. 0/10 for realism.
Societyyourblackworld.net

Black Twitter Responds to A Pre-Wedding Photoshoot with A Slavery Theme

It’s not because of the beauty of the images or the atmosphere of where they were shot that an interracial couple is making headlines for their unconventional pre-wedding photos. Indeed, the internet is criticizing the pair for dressing the Black guy as a slave and his white fiancée as a...
Virginia Statebaconsrebellion.com

UVa, Wokeness, and Rooms on the Lawn

Once upon a time in a galaxy far far way, it was considered a great honor among 4th-year University of Virginia students to be selected for residence on the Lawn — the architectural heart of the university designed by Thomas Jefferson and now designated a world heritage site. The accommodations were less than luxurious — most memorably, the 47 rooms were not equipped with their own bathrooms. There were offsetting advantages. The rooms had fireplaces, and the University provided a plentiful supply of wood. But living on the Lawn was mainly about status. It conferred recognition of a student’s accomplishments in his or her first three years.
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