This Week in White Supremacy: Week 48

  1. Trump just literally put a price tag on Jamal Khashoggi’s life. Vox
  2. “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
  3. Babysitting while Black? White woman calls the cops on Black man babysitting two white kids. Essence
  4. Arkansas group finds half of state’s polling stations lack accessibility. Ability Magazine
  5. Georgia’s Secretary of State is blocking 53,000 voter registrations as he runs for governor. TIME
  6. “All these voter purges are a fun reminder that the U.S. was more or less dragged into liberal democracy by the Warren Court and the civil-rights movement, and we can be dragged right back out of it.” @fordm
  7. Melania Trump wears controversial, colonial-era hat on Africa trip. The Cut
  8. The five-year-old who was detained at the border and persuaded to sign away her rights. The New Yorker
  9. San Francisco is a hotbed of illegal race-based policing. ACLU
  10. “A MAGA hat-wearing person threw a fit in the emergency room today because they didn’t want to wait to see a doctor. I was called a “nig*er loving disgrace to white people,” because I was spending “too much” time with a black patient. Happy days.” @secularcitizen2
  11. Flyers calling Jewish people ‘anti-American’ appear at UC Davis. Sacramento Bee
  12. The former Cleveland police officer who fatally shot 12-year-old Tamir Rice has been hired by a police department in a small Ohio village. NBC News
  13. Trump says his attacks on Christine Blasey Ford helped get Kavanaugh confirmed. ThinkProgress
  14. Over the course of 12 months, the U.S. Army discharged more than 500 immigrant enlistees who were recruited across the globe for their language or medical skills and promised a fast track to citizenship in exchange for their service. AP
  15. Texas cops arrest Democratic campaign worker after asking his candidate’s party affiliation. Raw Story
  16. The White House is actively considering plans that could again separate parents and children at the U.S.-Mexico border. Washington Post
  17. “Carolyn Bryant made a false sexual assault claim against 14 year old Emmet Till in 1955. Is #CellPhoneCarolyn doing the same in 2018 against a 9 year Black boy—with new technology & old privilege? Ida B. Wells exposed rape claims as pretext for race violence in the 1890s.” @CornellWBrooks
  18. Deported parents may lose kids to adoption. AP


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