Author Archives: Eva Paterson

This Week in White Supremacy (70) | “U.S. racism is a national and global security threat”

Brought to you by the Equal Justice Society Sherrilyn Ifill on Twitter: “U.S. racism is a national and global security threat.” ==> The Washington Post on Twitter: “New Zealand mosque attacker issued manifesto citing U.S. right-wing extremism as inspiration, police say. Death toll rises to 49.” http://bit.ly/2HNbxA7 Manu Raju on Twitter: “Nadler in NY on […]
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An example of the harm caused by the ‘intent’ standard

In 1975, there were 303 Black students at #Stuyvesant, one of NYC's elite public schools. Look how the numbers have declined: 1980: 212 1990: 1472000: 1092018: 102019: a mere 7 Black students even offered slots This backsliding is indefensible and borderline CRIMINAL. https://t.co/GRzhg0sKkh — Kristen Clarke (@KristenClarkeJD) March 19, 2019 Parents of children denied entrance […]
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This Week in White Supremacy (69): Christchurch and New Zealand are in our hearts

Brought to you by the Equal Justice Society Christchurch and New Zealand are in our hearts. Our deep condolences to the families and loved ones of the victims of the evil terrorist attack on New Zealand mosques. Shaun King on Twitter: “The New Zealand Mosque shooter says in his manifesto that he admires Donald Trump […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 67 – ‘Yes, Rep. Meadows, black people have willingly worked for racists’

Brought to you by the Equal Justice Society Yes, Rep. Meadows, black people have willingly worked for racists – The Washington Post Jemele Hill on Twitter: “Notice the laughter in the room as he says it… ” => Scott Dworkin on Twitter: “NEW Video: “We’ll send him back to Kenya, or wherever it is,” GOP […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 66

Brought to you by the Equal Justice Society Dixie school board refuses name change — for now – Marin Independent Journal “At issue is the name Dixie’s ties to the racism, slavery and violence of the Confederacy and the Civil War-era South. As is happening all over the country, symbols of that part of the nation’s history […]
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