This Week in Resistance – “Our Army of Bronze and its Silent War” Edition

(Picture from newspaper record of the  Cornerstone Speech, by Confederate Vice President Alexander Stephens.)    

When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” (Maya Angelou)

“Slavery’s twin legacies to the present are the social and economic inferiority it conferred upon blacks and the cultural racism it instilled in whites. Both continue to haunt our society. Therefore, treating slavery’s enduring legacy is necessarily controversial. Unlike slavery, racism in not over yet. (James W. Loewen)

“History, despite its wrenching pain,

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