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Black Militia Marches On Stone Mountain, Demands Removal Of Confederate Monument

About 1,000 heavily armed militia, all of whom were Black, marched through Georgia's Stone Mountain Park on Saturday, challenging white nationalist groups in the area to either come out and fight or join them in demonstrating against the government. Stone Mountain State Park officials said the Black militia group was peaceful, orderly and escorted by police as they called for the removal of the country's largest Confederate monument near Atlanta. The Black militia is calling for the removal of the Confederate monument etched into Stone Mountain, GA. In 1915, the United Daughters of the Confederacy. It has been a site used for the racist KKK to hold rallies and where the Klan was reborn. It is the world's largest monument to white supremacy, completed in 1972 after the Civil Rights Acts were made into law. It was a way for racists to show that white supremacy still ruled.

U of Delaware: Gun Rights Speaker Ignites Protest On The Green

By Patrick Witterschein and Matt Moore in UD Review - Hands folded and legs crossed on a gray couch, acting president Nancy Targett smiled as her eyes surveyed a back room at the Center for Black Culture, surrounded by student activists. “That was really powerful, that was just so powerful,” she said, referring to the emotionally charged #BlackLivesMatter protest that took place Monday night outside Mitchell Hall. Moments before, the small group of student leaders were joined by fellow classmates at the steps of the historic building to voice their opposition to keynote speaker Katie Pavlich, who was asked to speak by the registered student organization, Students for the Second Amendment.
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