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Charlottesville Syllabus: Readings on the History of Hate in America

The Charlottesville Syllabus is a resource created by the University of Virginia's Graduate Student Coalition for Liberation. Also includes materials from Professor Walter D. Greason's Monmouth University course on collective racial violence

The History of Hate in the United States

Part of the JSTOR Daily Project, which seeks to connect current events to scholarship, these articles provide context for the events in Charlottesville based on articles that students and faculty can access through the Pensacola State Library Databases. The essays here are freely available, but the sources cited will require a library login. The original project page is at JSTOR's website.

The Legacy of Slavery: Institutionalized Racism and American Culture

Anti-Semitism

Fascism and Neo-Nazism

Race in American Education

A Nation of Immigrants