This Week in White Supremacy: Week 14

Let us begin this week’s addition of TWIWS with a deep breath, words of wisdom, and the beauty of nature, courtesy of the Sierra Club’s Daily Ray of Hope:

The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.

– William Arthur Ward

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Photo by Beth Sargent | Atascadero Lake, California

  1. Alabama state House votes to end special elections.
  2. Trump’s roundup of immigrant leaders has begun.
  3. Maine town manager leads ‘pro-white’ segregation group.
  4. US border patrol routinely sabotages water left for migrants.
  5. White supremacist writing State of the Union address.
  6. White supremacist wants to kill CNN employees.
  7. University of Alabama expels student for saying she hates ‘niggers.’
  8. Charges dropped against only officer to face criminal charges related to Sandra Bland’s death.
  9. Tucker Carlson guest defends white supremacists and claims that Hispanics in Arizona represent the end of American society.
  10. ‘I just don’t like Muslim people’: Trump appointee resigns after racist, sexist and anti-gay remarks.
  11. White supremacists responsible for most extremist killings in 2017.
  12. This video explains how Tucker Carlson is normalizing white supremacy.
  13. Flint still doesn’t have clean water.
  14. This is what a former assistant police chief told a recruit about catching juveniles smoking pot.
  15. Judicial nominee doubts existence of implicit bias in criminal justice system.
  16. Woman says AutoZone fired her after encounter with racist shopper.
  17. Shannon Carey’s tweet.
  18. April Ryan: I’ve received death threats.
  19. Video of police officer throwing arrested teen to ground sparks outrage.
  20. Former producer claims Trump said ‘despicable’ racist comments about Blacks, Jews in taped ‘Apprentice’ meetings.
  21. Trump administration blocks Haitians from temporary work visas.
  22. Tweet by Sherrilyn Ifill.

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