This Week in White Supremacy: Week 49

Supreme Court enables mass disenfranchisement of North Dakota’s Native Americans. ACLU Dozens of black senior citizens ordered off bus taking them to vote. The Hill For one weekend, a violent misogynistic and homophobic street gang of proto-fascists ran amok on the East Coast and West Coast, seeking out and then assaulting protesters in Portland, Oregon, […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 48

Trump just literally put a price tag on Jamal Khashoggi’s life. Vox “Damn. TI said it best about Kanye: ‘You can hear the sound of our ancestors tears hitting the floor.’ That took the wind outta me.” @aliciagarza Babysitting while Black? White woman calls the cops on Black man babysitting two white kids. Essence Arkansas […]
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New EJS Report: Breaking The Chains 2: The Preschool-To-Prison Pipeline Epidemic

The increasing trend of suspending students is part of a phenomenon known as the school-to-prison pipeline (“STPP”). Equal Justice Society’s previous publication, “Breaking The Chains”, explains the STPP as the process by which at-risk high school and middle school students are pushed out of learning environments and into the juvenile justice system. Our new report, […]
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Equal Justice Society’s 18th Anniversary (Virtual) Gala

Equal Justice Society’s 18th Anniversary (Virtual) Gala Thursday, October 11, 2018 INDIVIDUAL TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE! The Board of Directors of the Equal Justice Society invites you to attend our virtual gala this Thursday, October 11. We cordially invite you to relax comfortably in your pajamas on this evening and hope you delight in the fact […]
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ICYMI: How Christine Blasey Ford’s Testimony Changed America

By Haley Sweetland Edwards, TIME Magazine October 4, 2018 History often seems inexorable in hindsight, shaped by powerful figures operating beyond our control. But when Dr. Christine Blasey Ford walked in to face the Senate Judiciary Committee on Sept. 27, raised her right hand and swore to tell the truth, it was clear that an […]
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