(Washington State Archives)
(Washington State Archives)

The Black sorority that faced racism in the suffrage movement but refused to walk away

The Deltas who marched for the right to vote in Washington in 1913 helped pave the way for African American women in politics.
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If White people want to be effective allies, they need to quickly move away from center stage.
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That statue at the African American Civil War Memorial and Museum will place him in appropriate context.
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The outcome of November's repeal campaign is far from certain.
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In 1952, the newspaper publisher and activist joined a long-shot bid by the Progressive Party, paving the way for politicians like Harris.
The president has been turned off by national anthem demonstrations: "People are angry about it. They don’t realize they have enough politics with guys like me."
Here's the history to this shift.
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The boy’s arrest in 2018 for allegedly hitting a teacher in his Key West, Fla., elementary school, received renewed attention on Monday when body-cam footage of the incident went viral on Twitter.
Best, the city’s first Black police chief, leaves after months of turmoil that made Seattle a focal point for national protests against police brutality and racial injustice.
Chicago police said the rioting emerged from misinformation about a police-involved shooting earlier in the day Sunday.
Barr’s comments in the interview on Fox News represent some of his harshest critiques yet of the protest movement and of the Democratic politicians who have accused the attorney general of subverting the Justice Department to do Trump’s bidding.
Here's how our new study measured this under-acknowledged form of racism.
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The developments prompted the school to say it would widen an investigation it announced after allegations of negligent coronavirus protocols.
Alabama Rep. Will Dismukes is charged with stealing thousands of dollars from a flooring company where he once worked.
Kevin Alfaro and four people who retweeted the post have been charged with cyber harassment, a 4th degree felony with up to 18 months of incarceration and a $10,000 fine.
The racist remark spurred widespread condemnation and calls for Eckerle, who is a Republican, to resign from higher-ranking officials in his own political party.
Oakland bench coach Ryan Christenson said he was "sorry" and "cringing" about his gesture, which he repeated after a player told him to change his arm angle.
Federal officials say the raid is part of an investigation linked to a riot at a shopping mall in Scottsdale, Ariz., during protests in May.
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