: supporters of the Confederate
States of America [also known as Rebels or Rebs].
There was no better cavalry commander in the Civil War than Confederate
Emancipation: Southern Plans to Free and Arms Slaves During the Civil War by Bruce Levine Oxford University Press, November 2005 $28, ISBN 0-195-14762-6
1 -- 2 -- color) James Kimmick, right, dressed as a Confederate
soldier, talks to kids at Arroyo Seco Junior High School, while his daughter, Caitlin, 11, is surrounded by Civil War memorabilia.
Texas Sons of Confederate
Veterans spokesman Marshall Davis said this week the symbols of Confederate
veterans don't stand for hate but for history and honor.
The underlying narrative put forth by Antifa--that the Confederate
memorials are racist symbols of racist men and that anyone who offers any defense of them is a racist and a Nazi--is false.
The movement to rid public property of Confederate
symbols has been grow ing since June 2015, when 21-year-old Dylann Roof--an avowed racist who openly embraced Confederate
symbols--murdered nine black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina.
If people actually believe that a Confederate
flag stands for slavery, well, I might as well be just as stupid as they are," Geisenheyner told (http://fox4kc.
monuments were immediately removed after the Baltimore City Council voted unanimously in favour of their removal.
Martinez seems to be looking for agency in all the wrong places, and yet this is what must happen when historians attempt to write multicultural histories of Confederate
THE HISTORY of the Confederate
flag was placed under a bright, hot spotlight after Dylann Roof allegedly killed nine people, all black, in a shooting spree inside a Charleston, South Carolina, church in June.
The contentious debate over what is and what isn't appropriate for high school sports mascots in Oregon has bubbled up again, and this time it doesn't have anything to do with Native Americans, but rather with Confederate
Civil War images.