This Day in History 1919: “America First” Massacre of Blacks in Elaine, Arkansas

The Encyclopedia of Arkansas gives the following report on racist white mobs in 1919. It starts by saying a small posse of armed white men showed up to violently disrupt a meeting of Blacks having a peaceful meeting. The white assailants were shot dead in the firefight: Though accounts of who fired the first shots … Continue reading This Day in History 1919: “America First” Massacre of Blacks in Elaine, Arkansas

“America First” Attempted to Impeach and Assassinate U.S. President

Details found in the U.S. ODNI reader under “Counterintelligence in WWII” First, the Japanese are alerted by Nazis that their Ambassador’s code messages are being monitored by the U.S. and “drastic steps should be taken” in response. From: Berlin (Oshima) 3 May 1941 To: Tokyo (Matsuoka) #482 STAAMAA called me this day (evening?) and stating … Continue reading “America First” Attempted to Impeach and Assassinate U.S. President

Mapping “America First” Revival of the KKK

Recently I wrote about a country song of encoded KKK/Nazi signals, called “The Big Revival“. It got me thinking about whether a map might show how a KKK revival happened as a result of Woodrow Wilson’s “America First” campaign platform in 1915. And then I found someone at Virginia Commonwealth University already had gone to … Continue reading Mapping “America First” Revival of the KKK

Buffalo Soldiers: America’s First Park Rangers

Recently I found out blacks invented mountain biking in America. In that history I found multiple references to Buffalo Soldiers being the first park rangers in America. In 1869, Congress established four all-black regiments within the Army – the 9th and 10th Cavalry and the 24th and 25th Infantry. These soldiers, known for their fierce … Continue reading Buffalo Soldiers: America’s First Park Rangers

Billionaires Fund Campaigns to Ban Books in American School

First, the Guardian makes it clear that a conspiracy is real: …groups involved in banning books are in fact linked, and backed by influential conservative donors. Second, a racist motive is obvious: In Pennsylvania, the Central York school board banned a long list of books, almost entirely titles by, or about, people of color, including … Continue reading Billionaires Fund Campaigns to Ban Books in American School