Categories & Tags: KKK

Remembering Southern Black freedom fighter Mabel Williams   |   April 25, 2014
Mabel Williams, who with her husband Robert F. Williams called for armed self-defense against racist violence in Jim Crow North Carolina and lived in exile in Cuba and China for a...

 

VOICES: Stetson Kennedy and the pursuit of truth   |   August 30, 2011
By Paul Ortiz Stetson Kennedy passed away on Saturday, Aug. 27. He was 94 years old. Stetson died peacefully in the presence of his beloved wife, Sandra Parks, at Baptist Medical...

 

Digging For The Truth (1999)   |   February 2, 1999
Each year, Southern Exposure and our publisher, the Institute for Southern Studies, honor reporters whose stories broaden the range of issues, voices, and sources covered in the...

 

Art That Refuses To Shut Up and Shut Down (1996)   |   January 31, 1996
This winter's issue pursues some of the loose ends left dangling by the mainstream media and its sound-byte attention span. Donald Wildmon and the Helms attack on the NEA...

 

Mint Juleps, Wisteria and Queers (1988)   |   September 1, 1988
Excerpt from Mint Juleps, Wisteria and Queers: Family legend had it that great-aunt Ethel and a friend of hers, a social worker, had adopted a girl who died of scarlet fever a few...

 

Mark of the Beast (1980)   |   June 1, 1980
Introduction to The Cover Section: For over a hundred years, black and white people have fought the Ku Klux Klan. In these pages, we focus on what the Klan does and says (...