Category Archives: The Week in White Supremacy

This Week in White Supremacy: Week 40

“At this time in history, our country is sinking deeper and deeper into the morass of racial hatred, gender violence, and untampered greed and corruption. Mendacity rules from the very top of our government, posing a danger to our democracy that has global, indeed planetary consequences. But we must stand tall against these forces, knowing […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 39

White Americans support welfare programs — but only for themselves. Salon Trump’s attacks on LeBron fit a disturbing pattern. CNN Washington utility company sends Black woman racial slur as temporary password. The Root  Worker charged with sexually molesting eight children at immigrant shelter. ProPublica House of Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel vandalized in Romania. The Guardian […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 38

  Muslims describe being confronted at pool: ‘we’re portrayed as troublemakers.’ New York Times Nia Wilson’s stabbing death hits close to home for Damian Lillard. The Undefeated Police held Ving Rhames at gunpoint in his own home after a neighbor told 911 ‘a large Black man’ had broken in. Blavity A man was shot to […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 37

“The quote motivating me: ‘Either America will destroy ignorance or ignorance will destroy the United States.’-W.E.B. Du Bois. I am dedicating myself to destroying ignorance.” –Maya Wiley On the 28th anniversary of the ADA’s passage, disability rights are increasingly in peril. Rewire The Justice Department has instructed US attorneys offices not to use the term […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 36

Be wise with your energy. Everything doesn’t require your response. And injustice requires our attention, but we should be intentional and intelligent about that. Good can be strategic. I love you. –Bernice King These are the names of the Black people whom police have shot and killed since 2016. ACLU The founder of the Papa […]
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