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White cowardice

Over the past few months we’ve seen the #blacklivesmatter movement, writ large, manage to cow a small city in Alabama (Anniston) and now a major, flagship State university (The University

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Alabama League rallies in Tuscaloosa/Northport

The League of the South continued its campaign against ‘Southern Cultural Genocide’ today, rallying in Alabama. Rayn Owens gives his account of the demonstration: The William L. Yancey Chapter of

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League speaks at Confederate memorial rally in Birmingham

League members attended a Confederate memorial rally in Birmingham this weekend. Some of them gave speeches. Here is Georgia Vice Chairman William Flowers:

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Southern children

Our Southern children . . . Our future!

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Flag rally in Montgomery

The League of the South supported a Confederate flag rally at the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery (Saturday, 27 June). According to reports from attendees, some 1000 Southerners turned out

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The politics of provocation

When a US Army psychiatrist, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, who in 2009 opened fire at Fort Hood, Texas, killing 12 people and wounding 31 others, was brought forth for examination

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LS member fired from Anniston, Alabama, police force

On Friday, 19 June, League of the South member Lt. Josh Doggrell was fired from his position with the Anniston (Alabama) Police Department. He had served that department honorably for

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Agenda for 2015 League of the South National Conference

Agenda for 2015 League of the South National Conference “We Are a People: The Meaning of Southern Nationalism” 24-25 July in Wetumpka, Alabama, at the Alabama LS Headquarters building (The

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Announcing the 2015 League of the South National Conference (revised)

The 2015 League of the South national conference will be held in the Alabama LS cultural center and headquarters in Wetumpka (Elmore County), Alabama, on 24-25 July (Friday-Saturday). The LS

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Us vs. Them

Over the past two years, The League has held several public demonstrations across the South, in big cities and small towns. Even though our numbers have been relatively small–from seventy-five