Remembering our colored compatriots – Henson Williams

Altogether too often, people insist that blacks in the Confederate army were nothing more than cooks and ditch diggers. Not so. And more than one paper (as well as military record) confirm it. This is another example (not yet fully confirmed). Mr. Henson Williams, veteran, and his son William who did not fight, ambushed and killed after the war. This newspaper clipping comes from the St. Louis Republic, June 15, 1900, and was replicated in the New York Times issue

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Dallas Commissioners Get Raises While All Other Services Get Cuts

Michael S. Rawlings, testified at the end of last year to a State oversight board that his city appeared to be “walking into the fan blades” of municipal bankruptcy. He stated that the city’s pension fund for its police officers and firefighters is near collapse and seeking an immense bailout. The Dallas Police and Fire Pension System asked the city for a one-time infusion of $1.1 billion, an amount roughly equal to Dallas’s entire general fund budget but not even

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The City of Dallas – Hate Above Help

While the rest of Texas, and indeed, the nation scrambles to send aid, money and supplies to the parts of Texas hit hard by the hurricane; Dallas is concerned only with removing all Confederate monuments, street names, park names and school names. Their latest resolution shows that they would rather spend money on statues that apparently have the power to cause physical injury and mental anguish, rather than helping their fellow Texans. #BoycottDallas Don’t spend a dime on anything in

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In today’s society, what ISN’T hate?

Those of us that are attempting to defend the heritage, heroism and legacy of our ancestors have a very big problem right now. The media isn’t displaying images of Southerners, descendants of those brave dead, feeding the homeless. They aren’t showing those who truly represent the South giving blankets out in parks, or socks and new boots to the barefoot. They aren’t showing us raising money for cancer patients, or for widows. They aren’t showing us attending Church faithfully. They

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SCV Oklahoma Embroidery

SCVOK will be offering embroidered items at low prices for Oklahoma division members. The cost is going to be offset by donors from online venues, so that members can own SCV items at a fraction of the cost that they are offered at other online stores. Please email any inquiries, and be sure to include the item you wish to have it embroidered on. It is always best to include an image file of say, the particular style of hat/shirt/vest

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GO VOTE NOW!!!

The Richmond, Virginia newspaper is conducting a poll, asking if the city should remove its Confederate monuments. Get over there and vote now, and spread the word to get all of your friends and all of your camp members to vote. POLL: Should Richmond remove its Confederate monuments? Cities with Confederate history are debating whether or not to remove Civil War monuments in places like picturesque Monument Avenue, which is lined with statues for Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, Thomas

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Current State of the SCV

Attached below is the April edition of the Belo Camp Newsletter.  It’s one of my favorite overall newsletters from SCV Camps because of its strong, Confederate and absolutely unapologetically unreconstructed content.  Around ten or eleven years ago the Commander in Chief at the time, Denne Sweeney, was assisting in forming a Camp in Dallas which was to be called the Belo Camp. He made a choice, despite what the socialist, revisionist, school system had taught him; he chose to honor his CONFEDERATE ancestors, and

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