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Bernie Sanders: America has ‘got to apologize for slavery’

Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) says the United States, as a nation, should apologize for slavery. But the presidential candidate will not answer a direct question about whether he'd apologize himself if elected to office.

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Mike Huckabee: There's no such thing as a Palestinian -- and they should all be relocated

At a campaign stop during his 2008 presidential run, Mike Huckabee told supporters he doesn't believe Palestinians actually exists, BuzzFeed reports.

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Fox psychiatrist: Letting girls play school sports made it OK to punch women in the face

Psychiatrist Keith Ablow, a member of the “Medical A-Team” at Fox News, says allowing girls to participate in extracurricular activities traditionally reserved only for boys perpetuates a culture of violence against women, Media Matters reports.

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Jimmy Carter: Jesus would support same-sex marriage -- but not abortion

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, a Democrat, says he finds Christian basis for supporting civil marriage rights for same sex couples. However, the Huffington Post reports, Carter does not believe Jesus would support abortion rights for U.S. women, except in three specific circumstances.

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It's unanimous: Florida county votes to resurrect the Confederate flag at public police memorial

A county board in Florida has voted unanimously to make sure the Confederate flag continues flying atop a public site honoring deceased police officers, WKMG reports.

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KKK leader: Charleston shooter Dylann Roof was government plant designed to make us look like bad guys

A senior Ku Klux Klan official who once defended Dylan Roof’s racist massacre of nine black people is now trying to distance himself from the white terrorist by claiming Roof was a secret government agent.

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‘I won’t be a slave to the party:’ Iowa Republican defends his Confederate float at Fourth of July parade

Iowa Republicans are distancing themselves from the Marion County GOP’s Fourth of July float, which was pulled through the streets of Pella and Pleasantville by a truck flying three Confederate flags.

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Jehovah's Witness leader promotes child safety cartoon with homophobic rant

Tony Morris, a member of the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses, accused gay men of being predators while promoting a new PSA regarding child abductions, the JW Survey reports.

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'I'm a racist -- so what?': This white supremacist leader is the media’s go-to guy for the Confederate flag

Mainstream media outlets routinely quote the views of Michael Hill in their coverage of the debate over the Confederate flag – even though the leader of the secessionist group League of the South (LOS) is an admitted racist who spews hateful rhetoric towards racial and sexual minorities.

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'You have to be honest:' Michael Steele schools the Republican party about racism

The former chairperson of the Republican National Committee (RNC) took down his replacement on Sunday morning, saying the party's policy of not condemning racism is bad politics, Mediaite reports.

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Black people are not 'equal’: This is how the League of the South recruits a new generation on the web

The League of the South (LOS) promotes its brand through a multimedia web domain that features videos, photographs, and articles promoting white supremacy.

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Finally! Elderly black woman gets a library card in North Carolina — 73 years after applying

A 92-year-old woman who lives in Cincinnati, Ohio has finally gotten a library card, after being denied it 73 years years ago because she is black, the News & Observer reports.

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'Not all about racism': Neo-Confederate defends Arkansas flag rally after anti-'n*****' Facebook rant

Organizers of a Confederate flag parade taking place this weekend in Arkansas say the event is not motivated by racism, KATV reports.

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Oklahoma Republicans stand by state rep who threatened to have business rival jailed forever

An Oklahoma Republican called a former employee from the Capitol and left a threatening voicemail laced with profanity. His statehouse colleagues appear unconcerned by the lawmaker's behavior, Fox 25 reports.

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'America Bless God': Texas officials protest Supreme Court decision by refusing to marry anyone

Throughout Texas, officials are refusing to perform weddings altogether, to stave off discrimination lawsuits for turning away same-sex couples.

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