Tag: domestic terrorism
Our democracy’s very existence hangs in the balance.
With activism more and more referred to as a form of terrorism on the right, the left will need to take local and state elections more seriously to halt the trend.
But do we hear any in-depth discussions relative to the measures which need to be taken to bring this situation under control?
Arson directed at African-American churches is on the rise in recent weeks with seven burnt to the ground. But the question remains: Is terrorism “raced” in the U.S.?
While the fifty-first anniversary of the 1964 slaying of Mississippi civil rights workers just passed, another hateful crime just recently took place at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina this past week. Is domestic terrorism still at large?