Thursday, September 10, 2015

Southern Poverty Law Center (or Race-Baiters R Us) Is Creating a Confederate Symbol Map

The SPLC, honoring Dylan Roof's desire to start a race war, is still targeting southern history operating under the guise of "cleaning up race hate." 

 Memphis Flyer notes:

  • Earlier this month, the SPLC launched a new initiative called "Erasing Hate," which "aims to identify and eliminate government-sanctioned symbols honoring the Confederacy."
    "There are numerous government-sponsored symbols of the Confederacy that are out in the public across the country, and, quite frankly, it's time for them be removed," said SPLC founder Morris Dees. "In Montgomery, Alabama, we have a Robert E. Lee High School that wasn't even named until [Brown v. the Board of Education], the desegregation case. We have government-sponsored holidays honoring Confederate 'heroes'."
    Flags, street names, building names, and statues honoring the Confederacy became public targets across the country earlier this year after a white supremacist shot and killed nine African Americans in a church in Charleston, South Carolina.

Then asks for YOUR help:

  •  The SPLC is asking citizens to identify Confederate names, symbols, and statues on public property via an online form with descriptions and photographs. SPLC will use that information to build an interactive map of the sites online.