Category Archives: The Week in White Supremacy

This Week in White Supremacy: Week 26

To be black in America is to never be able to have your presence be benign, and to always be in danger, of unease, humiliation or even arrest (or death by arrest) because of it. That’s what racism is, in a nutshell. –Joy Reid Why a statue of the ‘Father of Gynecology’ had to come […]
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Special 25th Edition of This Week in White Supremacy

“White supremacy.”  We all thought that was a thing of the past, but as Trump and Trumpism have taken root in our political and social cultures, we see evidence that many of our fellow Americans feel that white people are superior to people of color intellectually and morally.  I am a fan of Twitter and […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 24

What the Supreme Court doesn’t get about racism. New York Times A Sacramento hospital parted ways with a nurse after she wrote on Facebook that Stephon Clark — an unarmed black man who was shot dead by police — “deserved it.” @yourrightscamp White House: Stephon Clark shooting probe best left ‘to local authorities’. The Hill […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 23

On Thursday of last week, on the second day of Spring, we learned that Trump was moving ever forward in his desire to be just like the dictators he so admires. He hired lawyers who are not adept at criminal legal defense but who can go on State TV AKA Fox News and peddle their […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 22

The 22-year-old black man fatally shot by Sacramento police in his own backyard was carrying a cell phone. Sacramento Bee Tweet by Kumar Rao. @KumarRaoNYC Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says ‘Konnichiwa’ after hearing story about WWII Japanese internment. CNN White writer blames ‘Black Panther’s’ success for ruining other movies. Essence An IHOP restaurant in Maine […]
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