Browsing All posts tagged under »racism«

History in context(?): the ACS, “National racism” in the early 19th century, and our path forward

August 4, 2015 by


While I continue to hash out details about the ACS, I’m certainly not blind to what we consider (under our modern lenses) “racist” views held in the actions of people in the past. The difference is, however, that I think I’m able to realize the difference in views between today and yesterday, as more properly evaluated within […]

“Layers” of symbolism in the Confederate flag

September 24, 2008 by


I just responded to a reader’s comments about the Confederate flag. It made me revisit something that I had discussed with someone else in the not so distant past. What is the problem with the Confederate flag, today? To some, my take on it might sound over-simplistic, but I see the problem as “layers.” The flag has historical […]


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