This Week in White Supremacy (and Misogyny): Week 8

The first item on this list was so appalling that I had to add it. Trump gleefully predicts death of two women on Supreme Court. Trump nominee Brett Talley appears to have defended the first KKK. Facebook (still) letting housing advertisers exclude users by race. Trump nominates mostly white men to federal bench. White man […]
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Oppose the Tax Bill: Campaign Finance Reform is a Civil Rights Issue

Governor Gray Davis.  Remember him?  He was recalled in 2003 and replaced by The Terminator, yet another person from the world of entertainment who thought he could govern. When Gray Davis was Governor, the California Legislature passed a bill that would have required law enforcement officers to keep records of the race of those stopped.  […]
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EJS Receives $150,000 Grant from the Open Society Foundations

The Equal Justice Society is thrilled to share that we are the recipients of a $150,000 general support grant from the Open Society Foundations! Founded in 1979 by George Soros, the Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant societies whose governments are accountable and open to the participation of all people. Learn more […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 7

Three quarters of whites don’t have any non-white friends. The health crisis of Latinas and Black women. A Black working class man would have to call 80 therapists to get an appointment.  A middle class white woman, only 5. What is wrong with this picture? Meet the moguls-in-the-making as THR unveils its 24th annual list […]
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This Is Us

No, this is not about “the Big Three”, Kevin, Kate, and Randall – although I love that show. This morning I read that college educated women and people of color were responsible for the electoral victories that repudiated Trump and, more importantly, Trumpism. A year ago, I was in a hotel in Reno. Comey’s ugly […]
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