A 1990 protest against a parade of racist groups taught me the importance of taking a stand—of putting one’s body behind one’s beliefs—and led me to join the U.S. Marine Corps.
Samantha and Kathy Netherland were well-liked residents of America’s ‘Prettiest Small Town.’ Then they became the next to die in a string of mysterious killings.
A year after Charlottesville, thousands of protesters outnumbered white nationalists in D.C. See photos from the scene.
Even as the Church works to abolish the death penalty, one devout member has fought to bring it back into use, and might succeed this week.
Jason Kessler planned the Charlottesville hate march. Exactly one year later, he and a dozen supporters got run out of the nation’s capital.
Last year, Jason Kessler shocked the world with his Unite the Right march. The sequel was a flop.
On the first anniversary of “Unite the Right,” community members gathered at a Presbyterian church in this college town in hopes of a different ending.