A historical marker honoring Emmett Till — the black teen who was kidnapped, beaten and shot in 1955 for simply whistling at a white woman — was defaced over the weekend, marking the second time it’s been vandalized in less than a year. A tour group stumbled upon the scratched up sign, located along the...
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By Yaron Steinbuch - Wednesday Aug 16, 2017
A group made up of predominantly African-Americans has called for Confederate statues in Dallas to remain standing – despite a nationwide push to remove similar markers after the deadly rally in Charlottesville. “I’m not intimidated by Robert E. Lee’s statue. I’m not intimidated by it. It doesn’t scare me,” Sandra Crenshaw, a former city council...