The Alabama newspaper editor who previously stated that the KKK should “night ride again” is turning over control of his newspaper to a black woman.
In honor of Black History Month, we’ve compiled quotes that address issues that are still relevant to today’s world, particularly in New Orleans.
The editor of a small-town newspaper in Alabama thinks the Ku Klux Klan should “night ride again” to Washington DC.
On Wednesday, Zulu released a statement attempting to clear up comparisons of their traditional makeup to blackface minstrelsy.
According to The Data Center, in 2017 there were 91,274 fewer African Americans living in New Orleans than there were in 2000.
Most people are aware that donning blackface is considered offensive and racist. But many are oblivious to the reason why.
There’s no better time to explore some of New Orleans history and the city’s culture than Black History Month.
Generally speaking, NOLA’s black community looks as if odds are stacked against them. Nevertheless, odds can be overcome.
What is Gordon Plaza? An introduction to the neighborhood in New Orleans sitting on a Superfund site.
The head of the Mississippi Rising Coalition and other members have been receiving regular death threats from white supremacist groups for more than a year.
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