race In A Little-Discussed Program, The VA Is Helping Veterans Deal With Race-Based Stress By Emily Elena Dugdale • Sep 3, 2020 Department of Veterans Affairs A group of VA psychologists across the country have formed race-based stress and trauma support groups for veterans of color. Podcast Shines New Light On The History Of White Supremacy In The Military By Libby Denkmann & Steve Walsh • Jan 24, 2019 In 1976, 13 Marines were jailed after they burst into a room at Camp Pendleton and attacked the men inside. The attackers thought they were confronting Ku Klux Klan members. But they had mistakenly entered the wrong room. Memorializing Racially-Motivated Deaths Beyond Lynchings By Jay Price • Aug 14, 2018 From the late 1800s through the middle of the 20th century, lynchings were a widespread form of racial violence against African-Americans in the southern United States.