This Week in White Supremacy: Week 45

Pioneering US ballet dancer Arthur Mitchell dies at 84 In an interview earlier this year Mitchell, who lived in Manhattan, spoke of the early hostile reactions he had received from audiences before his talent ultimately won them over, leading to regular standing ovations. “I danced myself into their hearts…” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced […]
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Opinion: In Exchange For Cheap Laughs Netflix Stigmatizes And Bullies The Disabled

Guest post by the Honorable Tony Coelho, retired U.S. Congressman from California and the principal author of the Americans with Disabilities Act. He is the founder of The Coelho Center for Disability Law, Policy and Innovation at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. As someone who has lived with seizures for more than sixty years, […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 44

Detention of migrant children has skyrocketed to highest levels ever. New York Times Nearly 3,000 people died in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. President Donald Trump denied this reality as a hurricane barrels toward the Carolinas. CNN Eric Trump makes anti-Semitic comments in reference to Bob Woodward’s new book about his father’s […]
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The NFL Doesn’t Care About Black People!

The NFL doesn’t care about Black people! This should come as a surprise to no one with any bit of cultural awareness and familiarity with the history of the United States, particularly as it pertains to ongoing racial discrimination and systemic oppression of marginalized communities—like Bush during Katrina. On September 6, 2018, the NFL’s 2018-2019 […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 43

Election officials are alarmed as Trump administration subpoenas voter data from 44 North Carolina counties. Mother Jones Cincinnati police officer tases 11-year old suspected of shoplifting tells her ‘This is why there aren’t any grocery stores in the Black community’. ABC News The Trump administration officially has a plan to detain families who enter the […]
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