A Tennessee town’s absurd and tacky monument to General Nathan Bedford Forrest.
A statue of the controversial Confederate general and KKK leader won't be moved to the state museum.
This bizarre, deranged-looking depiction of General Nathan Bedford Forrest is a rare example of a Confederate monument that, rather than being sculpted with dignity and grace, accurately reflects the ugliness of its subject. HoweverShow More Summary
Republican Gov. Bill Haslam's call to remove a bust of a Confederate cavalry general and early Ku Klux Klan leader Nathan Bedford Forrest from the state Capitol building is getting … Click to Continue »
Members of the Tennessee House of Representatives thought they had defeated a resolution to honor Nathan Bedford Forrest. Days later, the chamber unwittingly passed another resolution touting the achievements of … Click to Continue ...
Now that Nathan Bedford Forrest is our Attorney General, we need something else to argue about that might take our minds off the horrors of the Slave Power running our nation. This is something else to argue about. On the face of it, the exclusion of Terrell Owens from the Pro Football Hall of Fame […]
As the confirmation hearing for Nathan Bedford Forrest to serve as Attorney General goes on today, Adam Serwer does a great deep dive into the one case that Forrest and his defenders use to say he’s totally not a racist. Supporters have repeatedly pointed to Sessions’s record to insist that he is in fact a […]
As I have been saying, even though we are facing a government of deplorables led by likely Attorney General Nathan Bedford Forrest and are naturally going to be fighting against the horrors to come, such as Meryl Streep speaking out against Trump which clearly shows that Jacobin will be leading the anti-fascist fight, we also […]
This Alex Halperin piece demonstrates both the pathetic response of the marijuana industry to the coming attacks from Attorney General Nathan Bedford Forrest and how that industry represents not all users of marijuana, but rather the wealthy white users who control the legal weed operations. The legal marijuana industry, which is anticipated to top $6 […]
Erected in 1905, the towering statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest pays tribute to the Ku Klux Klan's first Grand Wizard. The post Tennessee Commission Rejects City’s Request to Remove Monument to First Grand Wizard of KKK appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The statue was dedicated to the city of Memphis in 1905 and erected as an “enduring monument” to Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest.
Memphis mayoral candidate Leo Awgowhat was arrested Friday for vandalizing the Nathan Bedford Forrest statue in Health Sciences Park. Argowhat... The post Memphis Mayoral Candidate Arrested for Vandalizing Confederate Statue appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
On Wednesday, the Memphis City Council cast its final vote to remove a statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest from a downtown park. Despite the considerable pushback against the decision, I can't help but feel a little hope that progress is...Show More Summary
Nate DiMeo, host of the always excellent Memory Palace podcast, points us to the new episode "about the history of the Nathan Bedford Forrest monument (and Confederate monuments in general) that the city of Memphis is planning on moving from a prominent place downtown to a nearby cemetery, because Forrest was, essentially, a racist monster." The Memory Palace: Episode 73
Brent Staples makes good points about what Confederate statuary is really about, especially when we are talking about people like Nathan Bedford Forrest. Not all monuments warrant that kind of challenge. But those honoring the Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest deserve the backlash they have generated. Forrest presided over the 1864 massacre of Union soldiers, […]
This week the State of Tennessee’s Department of Transportation rejected a request from Nashville’s Metro Council (City Council) to plant foliage that would block the view of the atrocious Nathan Bedford Forrest statue that commuters...Show More Summary
The Memphis City Council voted unanimously to dig up Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest and his wife from a local... The post RACE ACTIVISTS CAN’T WAIT=> Dig Up Body of Confederate General in Memphis Park appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Private property is private property, even if it is a statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest. Sure, the guy made a living selling slaves and fought to preserve the enslavement of black Americans.....................................................................
Memphis joined a national wave re-evaluating symbols of the Confederacy after its City Council voted to remove a statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest, a slave trader and Confederate general, and to move his remains from a public park.