Category Archives: The Week in White Supremacy

This Week in White Supremacy: Week 64

When the suffrage movement sold out to white supremacy. New York Times Blackface: The birth of an American stereotype. NMAAHC Ralph Northam admits he was in 1984 yearbook photo showing figures in blackface, KKK hood. Washington Post Northam’s med school banned yearbooks in 2013 due to racist photos. Talking Points Memo Virginia Attorney General Mark […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 63

White cop mocks Black woman left to walk home in cold after being pulled over in racist Snapchat posts. Blavity “Wouldn’t it be nice if getting out of jail was as easy for young Black men as it is for Roger Stone?” @ACLU Portland police sergeant to cops: ‘if you come across a Black person, […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 62

Yes, artificial intelligence can be racist. Vox Florida’s top elections official abruptly resigned after a newspaper obtained pictures of him in blackface posing as a Hurricane Katrina victim. HuffPost S. officials to start pushing asylum seekers back across the border. LA Times The son of Martin Luther King Jr. criticized Vice President Mike Pence for […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 61

A Republican lawmaker from Missouri reportedly apologized Thursday for shouting “Go back to Puerto Rico!” on the House floor while Rep. Tony Cárdenas was waiting to speak. Washington Post 3 Chicago officers acquitted of covering up for colleague who shot Laquan McDonald. NBC News “Birthright citizenship is guaranteed by the Constitution’s 14th Amendment. But #Barr […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 60

Thousands of immigration hearings have been canceled due to the partial government shutdown, leaving immigrants in legal limbo as they await rescheduled dates that could be as late as 2022. CBS News The GOP’s sexualized assault of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Dame Trump’s shutdown will hit Black Americans the hardest. HuffPost The Tarrant County Republicans in Texas […]
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