Tag: racism

Gov. Northam Won’t Resign; Said He Did Not Appear in Racist Photo

Gov. Northam Won’t Resign; Said He Did Not Appear in Racist Photo

| February 2, 2019 | 0 Comments | News

Gov. Ralph Northam-D of Virginia says he will not be resigning his post, and stated that he was neither the person in the KKK mask nor the person in blackface pictured in his 1984 medical school yearbook. He said it was “clearly racist and offensive” and he would not excuse the content of the photo. […]

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UPDATED: KKK Group Distributes Literature in Bristow, Gainesville

UPDATED: KKK Group Distributes Literature in Bristow, Gainesville

| July 9, 2018 | 0 Comments | News

Several plastic bags containing Loyal White Knights KKK literature were found in his neighborhood, Sunday morning, according to New Bristow Village residents.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The Campaign Who Cried Racism

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The Campaign Who Cried Racism

| October 31, 2017 | 0 Comments | Opinion

A Prince William citizen shares his concern about a pro Ralph Northam video that conflates Ed Gillespie with racist acts such as Charlottesville

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PWEA Addresses Brentsville Viral Bullying Incident

PWEA Addresses Brentsville Viral Bullying Incident

| October 19, 2017 | 0 Comments | Education

Any such acts committed toward a student in Prince William County Schools MUST be handled appropriately without any delay. PWEA will never stop advocating on behalf of ALL students.

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Prince William Supervisors Reject Renaming of Jeff-Davis Highway; Condemn Racist Groups

Prince William Supervisors Reject Renaming of Jeff-Davis Highway; Condemn Racist Groups

| October 4, 2017 | 1 Comment | News

Prince William County Supervisors reject renaming Jefferson-Davis Memorial Highway, Tuesday evening, but agreed to a symbolic resolution to strongly condemn white supremacy and racist groups.

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‘From Charlottesville to D.C.’ Participants Share Reasons for Marching

‘From Charlottesville to D.C.’ Participants Share Reasons for Marching

| September 4, 2017 | 0 Comments | News

Those marching with “From Charlottesville to D.C.: March to Confront White Supremacy” traveled through Gainesville and along the Manassas Battlefield via Route 29, Sept. 4, before arriving in Centreville.

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