NationofChange's Zach D. Roberts reports from on the ground in Tennessee, where multiple white supremacist groups plan to converge this weekend for a series of marches and rallies.
“In over a decade of witnessing and documenting Ferguson, OWS, and more this was the first time I witnessed a complete lack of care from law enforcement agencies.”
Kammen's resignation is just the latest in a string of resignations following President Trump's comments on the events in Charlottesville.
There was a stand down order. The police did nothing. The Sheriff’s Department did nothing. The city council did nothing. They. Let. This. Happen.
We can’t ignore the long history of white supremacist violence – and anti-fascist organizing.
White supremacy is not an unfortunate stain on an otherwise clean democracy. It’s terribly, terrifyingly normal.
The only people who routinely get indignant at the question are other white people.
The growing movement for racial justice is making demands and taking action.