This Week in White Supremacy: Week 36

Be wise with your energy. Everything doesn’t require your response. And injustice requires our attention, but we should be intentional and intelligent about that. Good can be strategic. I love you. –Bernice King These are the names of the Black people whom police have shot and killed since 2016. ACLU The founder of the Papa […]
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Stand up for our Democracy tomorrow at a ‘Confront Corruption’ vigil near you!

The degradation of our democracy has reached a profound new low. From Trump’s historically disturbing statements in Helsinki, to the 12 new indictments of Russian officials for meddling in the 2016 U.S. elections and the arrest of a Russian over the weekend, to blatant self-dealing, from big money in politics to voter suppression, our democracy […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 35

And, we are back!  Between our 2018 Mind Science Conference and summer vacations, TWIWS took a brief hiatus.  We had hoped the same would be the case for the racists but, of course, that did not happen. We hope you will take some time for self-care and rejuvenation this summer – we have a lot […]
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Our Rights Are at Stake. #SaveSCOTUS and Call Your Senators This Week.

Call (202) 224-3121 and tell your Senators that confirming Brett Kavanaugh means threatening the protection of basic civil and human rights. President Trump has nominated Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy. Recent Supreme Court decisions are a devastating reminder of what one Trump justice, Neil Gorsuch, has already brought us. […]
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What you can do: SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh

Donald Trump just announced his nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court. We demand that the U.S. Senate, starting with the Judiciary Committee, fulfill its constitutional responsibility to thoroughly and closely examine this nominee, including the nominee’s past record, as well as his candid answers to revealing and insightful questions. We must reject efforts […]
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