The Make It Right Project cultivates community in the shadow of Confederate monuments

The Make It Right Project cultivates community in the shadow of Confederate monuments We hope you’ll join us for Standing/Still Pt. 2 tomorrow evening at 6:30PM at the John C. Calhoun Monument. Check out this insightful article in the Charleston City Paper about the project.

How Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten are wooing undecided voters I just don’t understand how a polling company can claim they were all undecided when a woman literally went on ABC TV straight after and said she was always going to vote for Bill Shorten. lol. It also shows what BS it is when Q&A claims that certain %’s are supporters of each party, in the audience.

I t’s helpful, in the midst of any conversation about this country’s Confederate monuments, to understand who put these things up, which also offers a clue as to why. In large part, the answer to the first question is the United Daughters of the Confederacy, a white Southern women’s "heritage" group founded in 1894.

The Make It Right Project was founded in 2018 to encourage removal of Confederate monuments. They posted on June 3, 2018, a list of the 10 monuments it most wants removed: The Confederate War Memorial, Dallas, Texas. Silent Sam, Chapel Hill, North Carolina (toppled August 20, 2018).

I am glad to see the Confederate. s the right thing to do. UPDATE: From reader Brooklyn Blue Dog: I grew up in the North in the 1970s, in an integrated suburb where many of the white people who.

He excelled in his political defying American acceptance of Jews at the time to the heights of the Senate, a Supreme Court and an ambassador nomination and to the top of the Confederate cabinet the.

U.S. may deploy more weapons to the Middle East The Pentagon has dispatched four B-52 heavy bombers to the Middle East, in response to an alleged Iranian threat against U.S. forces in the region. The purpose of the deployment, whether to deter.

If you are a subscriber: Simply log in for unlimited access. If you are a nonsubscriber: You have used your free views allowed every 30 days. You must really value what we do for you. Try a digital.

Make It Right Project brings social dance, Theater, and Storytelling to Charleston’s confederate monuments struggle author kali Holloway Posted on July 8, 2019 July 8, 2019 The third event in the Standing/Still series was a special celebration on two fronts.

Elliott says most confederate monuments were put up in the late 1800s and early 1900s and a lot has changed since then. "It’s a very different world than what it was during the era of Jim Crow.

 · For now, the monuments remain stored at a city warehouse. lt. gov. Nungesser renews offer to move downed Confederate statues out of New Orleans | wwltv.com WATCH LIVE

Liberty Bank settles loan ‘redlining’ suit The U.S. Department of Justice announced earlier this week that it has reached an agreement with KleinBank, a state-chartered Minnesota bank, to settle the redlining lawsuit that the DOJ filed against the bank in January 2017, only a week before President Trump’s inauguration. The agreement represents the first fair lending settlement entered into by the DOJ under the Trump administration.

May 15: The Make It Right Project cultivates community in the shadow of Confederate monuments. Recent News / By ReduxStudios1056. by Vincent Harris, Charleston City Paper.