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Charlottesville and the Effort to Downplay Racism in America

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13 mentions18 hours ago
Charlottesville, Virginia, feels enough like Eden that it’s always been easy to hide a certain amount of blood. The town is small—fifty thousand residents, without the college population factored in—and ...

Rich SF residents get a shock: Someone bought their street

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20 mentions2 weeks ago
Thanks to a little-noticed auction sale, a South Bay couple are the proud owners of one of the most exclusive streets in San Francisco — and they’re looking for ways ...

In Charlottesville, 'Police Did Nothing'

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3 mentions10 hours ago
“It was a solid punch and my nose was bleeding,” said Kendall, a young woman and long-time Charlottesville, Virginia, resident. While protesting in Charlottesville on August 12, Kendall, who asked ...

White House adviser says people should stop criticizing white supremacists so much

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22 mentions1 week ago
No one is quite sure what Sebastian Gorka, officially a deputy assistant to President Trump, actually does at the White House. This hasn’t stopped him, however, from being a near ...

AP Definitive Source

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3 mentions7 days ago
At AP, we have taken the position that the term “alt-right” should be avoided because it is meant as a euphemism to disguise racist aims. So use it only when ...

First Trump faith advisor β€˜resigns’ from presidential board, sparking backlash

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5 mentions4 days ago
One of Donald Trump’s faith advisors has “resigned” from his capacity as a counselor to the president, citing a “deepening conflict of values” between him and the administration. A.R. Bernard,