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Kali Holloway


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Past articles by Kali:

Confederate monuments: Where are they now?

"The need to take down Confederate monuments has gained even greater urgency" under the current political climate → Read More

Here are 21 facts that explain who Trump ‘puppet master’ Stephen Miller really is – A

The anti-immigrant Trump mouthpiece has been like this for a long time. → Read More

The Heyward Shepherd monument: An overt ode to slavery

Even amidst a glutted field of racist markers, the Harpers Ferry monument stands out → Read More

Read the Moving Letter the Descendant of a Racist Confederate Leader Wrote in Support of Anti-Racist Activists

A UNC-Chapel Hill student faces criminal charges for protesting a Confederate statue on campus. Meg Yarnell, the great-great-great-granddaughter of Julian Carr, is calling for academic and criminal charges to be dropped against Maya Little and other anti-racist activists who have been arrested for protests related to the Confederate monument known as Silent Sam. → Read More

Here Are 7 Things the United Daughters of the Confederacy Do Not Want You to Know About Them

For starters, they get tax breaks. It’s helpful, in the midst of any conversation about this country’s Confederate monuments, to understand who put these things up, which also offers a clue as to why. In large part, the answer to the first question is the United Daughters of the Confederacy, a white Southern women’s “heritage” group founded in 1894. → Read More

7 things the United Daughters of the Confederacy might not want you to know about them

The organization keeps Confederate statues standing and spreads lies about America’s history of slavery → Read More

Charlottesville vs. the neo-Confederacy: How right-wingers in high places are keeping racist statues

Neo-Confederates are using every available method to protect and safeguard tangible odes to white supremacy → Read More

Homophobia, misogyny, and Islamophobia: The right’s new darling has it all

There is nothing more beloved by the GOP than a token visible minority who’s eager to promote their racist views → Read More

Here Are 21 Facts That Explain Who Trump Aide Stephen Miller Is

The anti-immigrant Trump mouthpiece has been like this for a long time. Even among the right-wing ideologues doing the actual presidenting in this administration, Stephen Miller stands out for the copious amounts of Kool-Aid he mainlines. → Read More

Republicans Are Becoming Less Educated

Nerds to the left. There are several key attributes that define the Republican Party in its modern incarnation: its overwhelming whiteness; its self-reported religiosity; its slavish devotion to a man who boasts he could shoot someone and not lose a single vote, thus proving his point. Moving forward, that list should probably also include as a distinguishing factor the fact that the party is… → Read More

Kids diagnosed with autism are less likely to have had all necessary vaccinations

Award-winning news and culture, features breaking news, in-depth reporting and criticism on politics, business, entertainment and technology. → Read More

Kids Diagnosed with Autism Are Less Likely to Have Had All Necessary Vaccinations

The damage from the anti-vaccine campaign is seemingly never-ending. Children who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder are less likely to have received all recommended vaccinations than kids in the general population, according to a new study. That also applies to the younger siblings of kids with autism. The reason, perhaps unsurprisingly, turns out to be yet more evidence of… → Read More

How a town took on a racist billionaire politician and won

Award-winning news and culture, features breaking news, in-depth reporting and criticism on politics, business, entertainment and technology. → Read More

The Gun Industry's Favorite Trick

A major gun maker may have declared bankruptcy in order to avoid real change. Remington, the weapons giant that produced the semi-automatic rifle used in the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre, declared bankruptcy in a Delaware court filing Sunday. → Read More

Lying Is a Fundamental Part of American Police Culture

Cops lie under oath so often they even have a nickname for the practice. Police officers lie under oath in court so often that they’ve even given the practice a nickname. “Behind closed doors, we call it testilying,” New York City police officer Pedro Serrano told the New York Times. “You take the truth and stretch it out a little bit.” → Read More

How Employers Penalize Women for Being Smart

Employers to women: Could you be any dumber (please)? In yet more evidence that oppression is the business model and the entire economy is based on fuckery, a new study finds that being an academic superstar might actually hurt women’s job prospects. (Breaking news: Men, not so much.) The study also found that while men’s employability is determined by their level of capability and dedication,… → Read More

How a Town Took on a Racist Billionaire Politician and Won

Proto-Trump Carl Paladino is the centerpiece of Field of Vision's new documentary "Adversary." It’s an age-old question: how do you fight a bully? Or perhaps yet more timely, how do you topple a bullying racist billionaire politician? → Read More

Inventors of Killing Machines Like the AK-47 Often Regret Their Creations

It's hard to know precisely how a tool of destruction will be used. Mikhail Timofeyevich Kalashnikov, the inventor of the AK-47 assault rifle, died in 2013 at the age of 94. → Read More

'This Is How Your Mind Learns to Accept Atrocities': Psychologist on Trump's Anti-Muslim Agenda

Dr. Farha Abbasi breaks down the danger this presidency poses to mental health. Islamophobia was an issue in the U.S. long before Donald Trump took office, but this administration has worked hard to help spread the disease. Since Trump’s electoral win, 18 state legislatures have introduced 23 totally unnecessary anti-sharia law bills. → Read More

Dear Oscars: Do Better

People of color and women of all races are still being shortchanged by the Academy. The Academy Awards celebrates its 90th anniversary this year. For all of its history, this film industry institution has done an abysmal job of recognizing people of color in every category and women of all races behind the scenes. The good news is, that changed slightly this year. The bad news is, there are… → Read More