White Terror: Symbolic or Institutional?
Since the mass murder at Emanuel Church in Charleston, South Carolina, seven historically black churches have been torched, as have innumerable Confederate flags. Only one of these types of arson, unfortunately, has proven to be an effective political strategy. Historically, Southern churches have been among the most important venues for community organization. Burning a historically Black church in the South is akin to burning a union headquarters or university in the North. These burnings meet both widely used definitions of […]
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