The president may have recovered from his "both sides" comments on the protests in Charlottesville.
Officials in Charlottesville, Virginia, are trying to stop people from ripping down tarps that cover statues of Confederate generals. The Daily Progress reported Tuesday that the city has placed plastic … Click to Continue »
Politico: “Following a low of 39 percent in the Politico/Morning Consult poll last month after his controversial reaction to the violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, Trump is back at 43 percent in this week’s survey. Other surveys show similar results: [...]
Chris Long wanted to help after seeing “hatred and bigotry” in summer protests.
In the aftermath of Charlottesville.
Costa Mesa Congressman Dana Rohrabacher continues to make headlines far beyond the boundaries of his district, getting coverage this month in the San Francisco Chronicle after claiming the Charlottesville violence was part of a Democratic scheme and in the Wall Street Journal for being rebuffed in his effort to talk to President Donald Trump about […]
“Charlottesville seems to have moved us to this point," the church rector said, following two years of debate.
Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long will be donating his first six game checks of the season to his home town of Charlottesville, Virginia to help fund scholarships for local students. A simple, 15-second play by the Patriots...Show More Summary
Philadelphia Eagles’ Chris Long (L) stands beside Malcolm Jenkins as he raises his fist during the national anthem before a preseason game. (AP) Chris Long wanted to do something positive in Charlottesville, Virginia, and he is using a good portion of his Philadelphia Eagles salary for it. Show More Summary
From Charleston to Charlottesville, the pattern of violence continues.
Deeply disturbed by the violent racial unrest in his hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia, Tom Perriello, a former congressman and State Department diplomat, recently called for a statewide Truth and Reconciliation Commission. This is an idea whose time has come, not just for Virginia but the entire nation. If done properly and well, a commission of […]
History and heritage are powerful words in American politics. Just days after bloody white supremacist rallies in Charlottesville last month, Donald Trump argued that a growing chorus of voices calling for the removal of Confederate statues would inevitably lead to the removal of monuments honoring the Founding Fathers – tantamount to heresy. Show More Summary
Chris Long is playing for free.
Long wants to combat hate by making a positive investment in education.
The group's president resigned after speaking at a white nationalist rally in August. by Heidi Groover WSU political science student James Allsup was identified after Twitter user @YesYoureRacist began posting photos of some of the people who attended the August 12 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville. Show More Summary
Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long has decided to donate his game checks from the first six games of the season to fund two scholarships for students in Charlottesville, Va., through the Chris Long Foundation.
Chris Long is not about to “stick to football,” not after watching the violence that occurred in his hometown of Charlottesville last month. The Philadelphia Eagles defensive end, who has been critical of President Trump and supportive of teammate Malcolm Jenkins during his national anthem protests, will donate his salary from the first six games of […]
In an attempt to help heal his hometown after summer of violence, Chris Long will donate first six game checks to fund Charlottesville scholarships.
On Tuesday, Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long announced he is partnering with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Virginia and Long’s alma mater, St. Anne’s Belfield School in Charlottesville, to provide two, seven-year scholarships to middle school students in Virginia. Long and his wife, Megan, decided to fund the scholarship program after the […]
The Eagles DE is making the donations in response to the racial violence in his hometown