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History of Hate & Discrimination in America

This guide explores topics related to social justice, discrimination, hate crimes, civil rights, marginalized societies, people of color, and their history in America.


On this episode of Nightline, Eva Pilgrim examines white supremacy in America culminating with the Charlottesville protests. Interviews include David Dukes, Richard Spencer, Matt Heimbach, Richard Cohen, and Cokie Roberts.


In this surprising documentary, archaeologist and historian Neil Oliver examines the links between racism today in the Deep South and the Scots who first occupied it.

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CC BY-NC-SACC BY-NC-SA: Melissa Del Castillo, FIU Libraries

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