Vacation Bible School, has built a big community of people who had either let their faith lapse, never had faith to begin with, or were just looking for a religious community during the pandemic.
Connor Towne O'Neill explains how the Lost Cause and Nathan Bedford Forrest help explain America in 2021.
The South still got something to say because the South is still trying to reclaim their narrative.
The Reckon Interview is for the people who know that Southern stories don’t just shape the South. They shape America.
Many American schools usually keep their Black History curriculum on the Civil Rights Movement narrowed to just a handful of people. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks — of course — John Lewis and his heroic act on Bloody Sunday and maybe a brief mention of Malcolm X. Most students never learn about Fred Hampton, whose story is the subject of the recently [...]
Hours after Mississippi legislators took the final step of removing a Confederate emblem from their state banner, a violent white mob waved the rebel flag as it ransacked the U.S. Capitol. The ratification of a new Magnolia flag followed a year in which white Southerners were forced to confront the [...]
It was a decade after Black civil rights leaders had gathered in Birmingham to make 14 points to their white peers in Birmingham, to demand acknowledgement that Black people were still treated as second class citizens.
Who is Officer George Sands? The Birmingham police officer had amassed more than a dozen complaints before fatally shooting Bonita Carter.
Just sixteen years after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. marched through Birmingham, the election of 1979 would prove pivotal for Black residents exercising their voting power.
From 1909 to today we can now identify more than 500 shootings by police.