The time has come for Republicans in South Carolina to either clear the way to remove monuments or show their true colors, said Rivers, who spent nearly 40 years with the NAACP and is now a vice president with the civil rights group National Action Network. … [Read more...] about South Carolina, site of a church massacre 5 years ago today, protects its monuments to racist figures
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FILE - This undated file aerial view shows the Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, N.M. Several groups are asking state and federal officials to hold semi-annual public meetings as Los Alamos National Laboratory prepares to resume and ramp up production of key components for the nation's nuclear weapons stockpile. (Albuquerque Journal via AP, File) less … [Read more...] about Groups call for meetings as US lab preps for weapons work
In Farmville, a small town southeast of Richmond, council members voted unanimously to remove a statue of a Confederate soldier, the Farmville Herald reported. A crane arrived to take down the monument almost immediately after the conclusion of the council meeting. Officials said in a statement they were concerned about safety issues and property damage, and the statue will be stored in an off-site location. … [Read more...] about Where have statues of Confederates, and other historical figures, been removed?
Restaurant workers Alvyn Lopez, left, and Maria Lindo watch for customers as they stand outside Aura at Books & Books, Monday, July 6, 2020, on Miami Beach, Florida's famed Lincoln Road. In Miami-Dade County, population 2.7 million, Mayor Carlos Gimenez ordered the closing of restaurants and certain other indoor places, including vacation rentals, seven weeks after they were allowed to reopen. Beaches will reopen on Tuesday after being closed over the weekend. less … [Read more...] about Hospitals approaching capacity as Miami closes restaurants