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Bubba Wallace: Noose found in garage stall of black US racing driver

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Bubba Wallace recently campaigned to have the Confederate flag banned from events.
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News video: Bubba Wallace Fires Back After FBI Says Noose Was Not a Hate Crime

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Bubba Wallace Fires Back After FBI Says Noose Was Not a Hate Crime NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace is speaking out against claims that he orchestrated the discovery of a noose in his Talladega Superspeedway garage. According to the FBI, the noose was not a hate crime directed at Wallace because it was a...

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Bubba Wallace is 'wore the hell out,' wants to move on from Talladega, focus on growing NASCAR

Bubba Wallace admitted he felt "wore the hell out" after the investigation into a noose that was discovered in his stall last weekend at Talladega.

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No explanation for noose as NASCAR completes investigation [Video]

No explanation for noose as NASCAR completes investigation

NASCAR said on Thursday it had completed its own investigation into the noose found in the garage of Bubba Wallace, the only Black driver competing in the top series, without determining who did it or how it got in the stall. Freddie Joyner has more.

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Nascar releases photo of 'noose' found in garage

Nascar said it was right to fear a hate crime had been committed against driver Bubba Wallace, which was later dismissed after an FBI investigation. ......
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Nascar releases photo of noose found in garage

Nascar said it was right to fear a hate crime had been committed against driver Bubba Wallace, which was later dismissed after an FBI investigation.
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NASCAR shares picture of noose from Bubba Wallace's garage, says search at all tracks found only one pulldown rope in noose

NASCAR said in a sweep of 1,684 garage stalls at 29 tracks, found 11 pulldown ropes in a knot and just one noose: The one in Bubba Wallace's garage.

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For nearly 160 years, St. George has been known as Utah's 'Dixie.' The name is all over the city. Is it time to change?

The word "Dixie" is everywhere in St. George, Utah. The controversy over its Confederate ties is back in the public eye — but it's not a new debate.
 

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Stonewall Jackson statue comes down along Richmond's Monument Avenue

Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney ordered the removal of the Stonewall Jackson statue and other Confederate memorials along Monument Avenue

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Richmond Mayor Orders Emergency Removal of Confederate Statues [Video]

Richmond Mayor Orders Emergency Removal of Confederate Statues

The Democratic mayor of Richmond, Virginia, Levar Stoney, has invoked his emergency powers to remove multiple Confederate statues in the city.

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