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To know the full history of the Texas Rangers is to understand that the team’s name is not so far off from being called the klansmen'>Texas Klansmen, writes @KarenAttiah 

To know the full history of the Texas Rangers is to understand that the team’s name is not so far off from being called the klansmen'>Texas Klansmen, writes @KarenAttiah 

The Texas @Rangers  are canceled. A Washington Post editor, @KarenAttiah , thinks the "team’s name is not so far off from being called the klansmen'>Texas Klansmen."

“To know the full history of the Texas Rangers is to understand that the team’s name is not so far off from being called the klansmen'>Texas Klansmen.”

At least two Confederate monuments were splashed with red paint. The words 'die pig' were written on one and 'Commissioned by Klansmen' on the other. Photos:

#OTD 1964, #WW2  vet Lt Col Lemuel Penn was driving home with 2 fellow officers from @USArmyReserve  training when 3 Klansmen killed him in Colbert GA, 9 days after #CivilRights  Act became law. Buried @ArlingtonNatl  with honors. #SaturdayMorning 

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Periodically, I would send him a newspaper clipping of Klansmen getting convicted of some horrible crime or repenting. I was hoping he might read the stories and a light would turn on and he would retell the events that led to the bombing. I even sent him Diane McWhorter's book.

Thomas E. Blanton Jr. was the last survivor of three klansmen'>Ku Klux Klansmen who were convicted, years later, in the killing of four black girls in a church bombing in Birmingham, Ala., in 1963. The case was a turning point in the civil rights struggle.

Thomas Edwin Blanton Jr., the last of three one-time klansmen'>Ku Klux Klansmen convicted in a 1963 Alabama church bombing that killed four Black girls and was the deadliest single attack of the civil rights movement, died Friday in prison.

Thomas Edwin Blanton Jr., the last of three one-time klansmen'>Ku Klux Klansmen convicted in a 1963 Alabama church bombing that killed four Black girls and was the deadliest single attack of the civil rights movement, died Friday in prison. He was 82.

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When I see Donald Trump praising Klansmen and Nazis marching in the streets of America, and when I see children torn from the arms of their mothers, I am reminded of these words by Reverend Martin Niemoller. We cannot allow this president to pick us off one group at a time.

On this Memorial Day, we give thanks to the heroic men & women who bravely fought and gave their lives to protect the NYT’s right to call the military Klansmen.

In 2000, Doug Jones indicted 2 Klansmen who 37 years earlier bombed Birmingham church and killed 4 black girls in 2017, Donald Trump defended Roy Moore against allegation of child molestation 38 years earlier by saying it hadn’t come up before

We have a president who actively demonizes racial and religious minorities, who coddles Nazis and Klansmen, and who wields white supremacy as a political weapon.

After comments on #Charlottesville  , I'll be introducing Articles of #Impeachment  against #Trump . No good Nazis or Klansmen! #ImpeachTrump 

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This is Patricia Gaines, whose father, a liberal minister, was driven out of Selma in 1961 by Klansmen on horseback. She went back to Selma for the first time today to drive black voters to the polls.

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Alinsky once urged leftists to dress up as Klansmen and go to GOP events and cheer wildly. The media, he said, would jump at the chance to publicize the fake smear. Does all of this sound a little bit familiar?

One way to think about an election is: who are the literal Nazis and Klansmen supporting? Maybe I should look elsewhere.

What am I missing? Neo Nazis, alt right, Klansmen marching in Charlottesville with tiki torches and bats trying to incite fear, “some” are good ppl. Nfl players peacefully protesting are SOB’s, should be suspended or kicked out of league.

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