SOURCE: The Guardian
Despite its denial of links to far-right groups, the Sons of Confederate Veterans has considerable overlap with them, and was a key player in the fight over statues that led to the notorious "Unite the Right" assembly in Charlottesville in 2017.
SOURCE: NY Times
by William Sturkey
The University of North Carolina’s settlement over a controversial statue is a subsidy for white nationalism.
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