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Bitter Fruits of Bondage is the late Armstead L. Recent studies, while conceding the importance of social factors in the unraveling of the Confederacy, still conclude that the South was defeated as a result of its losses on the battlefield, which in turn resulted largely from the superiority of Northern military manpower and industrial resources. Robinson contends that these factors were not decisive, that the process of social change initiated during the birth of Confederate nationalism undermined the social and cultural foundations of the southern way of life built on slavery, igniting class conflict that ultimately sapped white southerners of the will to go on.

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AP — A year after a deadly gathering of far-right extremists in Charlottesville, less than two dozen white nationalists marched Sunday across from the White House, their numbers dwarfed by thousands of counterprotesters, while the mother of a woman killed at last summer's protest said the country continues to face unhealed racial wounds. AP — The Latest on events marking the anniversary of violent white nationalist rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia all times local :. A group of about 30 white nationalists has marched to a park near the White House for what they call a rally in favor of white civil rights.

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A year ago I went to visit the farm, located east of Charlottesville, Va. Instead, the system of white supremacy in the United States counted each of them as just three-fifths of a human being. Last Saturday, Jacob L.

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Edugyan and Powers each received the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award for an earlier novel; they are accompanied in conversation with Award jury member Rita Dove. This discussion of their work, reflections on historic injustices, and writing that helps make the American story a complete story will be the official closing program of the Festival, and seeks to support and celebrate diversity while working towards understanding the invasive and structural roots of racism. Following the discussion, speakers will welcome audience questions.

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Esi Edugyan Washington Black and John Edgar Wideman American Histories discuss the meanings of race, violence, and freedom, as explored in their acclaimed fiction. Edugyan and Wideman each received the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award for an earlier novel; they are accompanied in conversation with Award jury member Rita Dove. This discussion of their work, reflections on historic injustices, and writing that helps make the American story a complete story will be the official closing program of the Festival, and seeks to support and celebrate diversity while working towards understanding the invasive and structural roots of racism.

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CNN Before the events of August 11 and 12,Charlottesville was, for those who knew of it at all, a college town or a weekend getaway from Washington, DC. Or, for the history buffs among us, the home of our third president. After those events -- the torch-wielding march at the University of Virginia, the "Unite the Right" rally and the violence and injuries it wrought, and of course the horrific murder of Heather Heyer -- Charlottesville has been a national wound for many Americans, a symbol of violence at the heart of America's relationship to race.

With a furore swirling around the White House and Donald Trump over the handling of the response to last weekend's white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Fox News has come to the president's defense, backing his claims that "both sides" were to blame for the deadly violence in Virginia. On his show, anchor Tucker Carlson attacked the left and the anti-fascist protestors at Charlottesvillefailing to condemn the alt-right or neo-Nazi protesters involved in the rally. Then in a bizarre segment on slavery, Carlson listed good people who had owned slaves—Plato, the Aztecs and Thomas Jefferson—using their example as a reason to keep confederate, civil-war era statues standing. The removal of the statue of Confederate General Robert E.

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