North Carolina

Julia Conley, staff writer
In an act of civil disobedience and solidarity, more than 200 citizens offered to turn themselves in for toppling a Confederate monument in Durham, North Carolina.
More than 200 Durham, North Carolina residents stood outside a jail on Thursday, attempting to turn themselves in for the removal of the city's Confederate Soldiers Monument—to protest the arrests of eight people who have been accused of dismantling the monument. The group chanted, "Thank you, we love you," in support of those who were arrested...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Deandre Harris
As communities across the United States enact or expedite plans to take down...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled (pdf) Monday that race predominated the Republican...