Arkansas parade mixed Christmas with the Confederacy.

South Carolina lawmakers pre-filed legislation to establish a commission to design an African-American Confederate veterans monument.

Sen. Tim Scott joins others in criticizing John Kelly for his Civil War "compromise" remarks on Fox News.

Alabama filed a lawsuit in county court against Mayor William Bell and Birmingham for covering a Confederate monument.


A new law that bans cities and counties from removing Confederate monuments was enacted in Alabama by Gov. Kay Ivey.


The Mississippi NAACP chapter is calling for the resignation of Mississippi Rep. Karl Oliver after he said state leaders should be lynched for removing Confederate monuments.

NewsOne Now host Roland Martin discusses the removal of the statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis.


Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice criticized the removal of confederate monuments Monday, saying that tearing down slave statues is "sanitizing" history.


The city of New Orleans removed a White supremacist monument overnight Monday, with Mayor Mitch Landrieu acknowledging the take down as a step toward a better future.

Houston school district approves $1.2 M to rename schools honoring the Confederacy. The divisive plan goes into effect for the 2016-17 school year.

A White power group held a demonstration at Stone Mountain Park in Georgia. Anti-racism forces organized a counter-protest. The police made nine arrests.

Mississippi's governor signed a proclamation declaring April Confederate Heritage Month. The proclamation tries to justify the celebration, but is silent on slavery.