News From Around the South 10/28 to 11/4

News From Around the South 10/28 to 11/4

TENNESSEE: Civil War Markers Detail Black History Public commemoration of Franklin’s past got a little fuller this week, after five markers detailing the city’s African American history were unveiled near its most prominent Confederate statue. More than 200 people...
News From Around the South 11/4 to 11/11

News From Around the South 11/4 to 11/11

NORTH CAROLINA: Dixie Classic Fair Changes Name WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — After months of debate, city leaders in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, voted to change the name of the annual Dixie Classic Fair to the Carolina Classic Fair. The Dixie Classic Fair just...
Civil War Ghosts at Harper’s Ferry

Civil War Ghosts at Harper’s Ferry

Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County is well known for its American Civil War history. The town was the site of John Brown’s Raid, the Battle of Harpers Ferry, and the town changed hands from Union to Confederate several times. Harpers Ferry saw so much destruction during...
Is Trump Facing 1960s-Style Revolt?

Is Trump Facing 1960s-Style Revolt?

Sunday morning, President Trump announced that the world’s worst terrorist, the head of the ISIS caliphate who had raped an American woman, had received justice. About to be captured and carried off in a helicopter by U.S. special forces, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi...
News From Around the South 10/21 to 10/28

News From Around the South 10/21 to 10/28

VIRGINIA: Racist Social Media Posts By Va. Students Wearing Confederate Flags Draws Ire SPOTSYLVANIA Co., Va. (WWBT) – A series of posts, including a video, of Riverbend High School students making inappropriate gestures and using racist language while wearing...