This Week in White Supremacy #140: ‘We’re witnessing a battle over America: Equality versus white supremacy’ ~ Otis R. Taylor

“Chadwick Boseman wasn’t the hero we deserved. He was the one we needed.” ~ @georgewrighster

Webinar: Right of Way: Race, Class, and the Silent Epidemic of Pedestrian Deaths in America – a Conversation with author Angie Schmitt. Tuesday, September 8, 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time. Right of Way documents the traffic violence that occurs daily on America’s streets and reveals the racist policies and practices that create and perpetuate these tragedies. Contrary to popular opinion, pedestrian deaths are not unavoidable “accidents,” but highly predictable events, occurring in stark geographic patterns that tell a story about systemic inequalities. The victims are disproportionately those marginalized by society: immigrants, People of Color, those with lower incomes, the elderly, and the disabled. Register here:


  • Smithsonian NMAAHC on Twitter: “Black Panther is the first superhero of African descent to appear in mainstream American comics, and the film itself is the first major cinematic production based on the character. #BlackPantherWatchParty #BlackPanther” / Twitter
  • Smithsonian NMAAHC on Twitter: “Black Panther illustrates the progression of blacks in film, an industry that in the past has overlooked blacks, or regulated them to flat, one-dimensional & marginalized figures. The film provides a fuller story of black culture & identity. #BlackPantherWatchParty #BlackPanther


  1. We’re witnessing a battle over America: Equality versus white supremacy –
  2. Be A King on Twitter: “#BreonnaTaylor Please don’t forget Breonna.” / Twitter
  3. Kristen Clarke on Twitter: “Racism runs deep through the law enforcement community of #Kenosha County, Wisconsin. These statements from the Sheriff sound straight from the 1969s.
  4. Tressie McMillan Cottom on Twitter: “Two years ago I told some radio host somewhere that Donald Trump isn’t the high point of white rage and reclamation. He is barely its beginning. Keep your eye on the next few months. They’re just getting started.” / Twitter
  5. Clarence Patton on Twitter: “They’re serious; this is not a joke. For these White folks, their unquestioned superiority and unbridled authority even when it flies in the face of logic and law is essential to their understanding of themselves and their place in America.
  6. Tressie McMillan Cottom on Twitter: “They have deputized all white people to murder us.” ==> Mike on Twitter: “Sen. Ron Johnson just said he supports “citizen soldiers” in Kenosha. Kyle Rittenhouse, who murdered 2 people, is a citizen soldier. #CNNSOTU
  7. Trump Campaign Knowingly Accepting Contributions From Notorious Neo-Nazi Morris Gulett and Other Racists
  8. Brendon Woods on Twitter: “All 3 black jurors were removed in a LA case & Justice Liu said in today’s dissent “Batson’s guarantee rings hollow when it is understood to allow prosecutors to strike Black jurors for reasons that systematically function as proxies for the jurors’ race”. We must pass #AB3070”
  9. Matt Nguyen on Twitter: “Horrible. Minutes ago, the @CASupremeCourt denied a case involving a prosecutor that struck a Black juror who had been harassed by LAPD. Justices Liu and Cuéllar vigorously dissented ( This is what systemic racism looks like. #AB3070 @BrendonWoodsPD” / Twitter
  10. Elie Mystal on Twitter: “2016-2020 has been the answer to the question: What if the Klan just stopped wearing hoods?” / Twitter
  11. Charles M. Blow on Twitter: “Remember this: In 1867 there were 60,167 black people registered to vote in Mississippi and only 46,636 white ones. The only reason black people don’t control that state is because of white terror.” / Twitter

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