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For Some Black People, The Term 'Latinx' Is Another Form of Erasure 

 

A conversation-shifting hashtag #LatinidadIsCancelled, started by Afro-Indigenous (Zapotec) writer Alan Pelaez Lopez, outlines just how mestizx, white-centering, anti-Black, anti-Indigenous, and anti-queer the culture remains. (This was the first of a few examinations of anti-Blackness and Latinidad as they arose in popular culture, and the one which summed it up most cohesively.) This has prompted scholars, activists, and everyday Afro-Latinx individuals to reconsider their use of the word Latinx, as well as the "Afro-" or "Black" label placed before it, and whether ethnicity itself is enough to identify with Latinidad (a term used to describe the “shared culture” of Latinxs).

“For those who embrace Latinidad, it's a double-edged sword,” said Zaire Dinzey-Flores, a member of Black Latinas Know Collective and an associate professor of Latino and Caribbean Studies and Sociology at Rutgers University. “For those who don't fit the image that has been boosted by this term [Latinx] and this concept [of Latinidad], it almost works as a violent term… toward those of us—and I’ll say us because I’ll include myself in that—who cannot exist outside of the violence of even the production of Latin America.”

For Some Black People, The Term 'Latinx' Is Another Form of Erasure

What happened to Blatin, Blatino and Blatina for the majority and Blatinx for those whose sex identifies them? All children should be called blats or blatties until they are defined. 14-Sep-2020

Tags: Awareness, Community, Cultural, Family, History, Inclusion, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Opinion, Youth

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14-Sep-2020


Bright Light Bright Light Says He's Tired of Feeling 'Invisible' to the Gay Community 

 

Even in a community outwardly campaigning for inclusion and acceptance, exclusion and judgement still exist on a personal level. Now, Bright Light Bright Light is shedding a light on his experience with that phenomenon within the LGBTQ community.

“Feeling like I belonged within the gay community I think has been a bit of a struggle," he said. "The LGBTQ+ community is such a vast umbrella; everyone is so different and trying to work out where you belong within that is hard. It kind of presumes that everybody queer gets on with each other, which they don’t, and that everyone is alike, which they’re not.”

Thomas also said that he wasn't considered "body-appropriate" to some in the community, which made him constantly feel like he was an outsider within a space built for him. “It doesn’t matter because those people don’t matter," he explained. "But I found that a huge struggle -- feeling invisible or not welcome in queer spaces -- even more heart-breaking than not being welcome in heterosexual spaces, because these spaces are there for everybody that needs them.”

Bright Light Bright Light Says He's Tired of Feeling 'Invisible' to the Gay Community

Matt Bomer Says He Lost Roles Since Coming Out as Gay

Mandalorian star accused of “mocking trans people” following controversial tweets

After Hotel Incident, Florida's Andrew Gillum Comes Out as Bisexual

Tags: Bi, Bullying, Celebrity, Community, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Family, Gay, Hostility, Interview, Judgment, LGBTQ, Loss, Music, Politics, Portrait, Social Media

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14-Sep-2020


Gay People Do Not Have License to Weaponize Homophobic Slurs 

 

San Francisco, it turns out, is not all flowers and gentle people. Livable California, the statewide anti-density organization with headquarters in the city, recently used a homophobic slur about my coworker and me. In a July 9 response to someone else’s tweet on the topic of housing, Isaiah Madison, a member of the board of directors of Livable California, wrote:

"I don’t get paid by Livable California Mr. Anonymous. I fucking wish I did though lol. Maybe Abundant Housing can hire me like they did the other brown &black faggots to push for new housing on vacant parcels of land/strip malls once y’all get the fuck off of my community’s homes[.]"

Gay People Do Not Have License to Weaponize Homophobic Slurs

Tags: Cancellation, Community, Gay, Hate, Hostility, LGBTQ, Neighbor, Preference, Real Estate, Segregation, Social Distancing, Survival, Treatment

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01-Sep-2020


Racist Verbal Attack on 3 Black Women at California Beach Caught on Video 

 

Three Black women say they were out for a morning run at Dockweiler State Beach in Playa Del Rey when they were subjected to a racist verbal attack.

Footage of a portion of the Sunday incident, which has gone viral, shows the woman in question on the phone in an attempt to get police on the scene.

"I need a paramedic," she's heard saying. "I need an ambulance. My environment has been harmed by this African Black person. … This African, Black lies!" The woman then claims that she was "just attacked" from behind, with the women heard swiftly correcting her.

Racist Verbal Attack on 3 Black Women at California Beach Caught on Video

Legal Aid’s obscene ‘racism’ charge against the Upper West Side

Hamptons brewery targeted with boycott over Black Lives Matter support

Rioters, looters could lose unemployment benefits under new bill

Cold-cocked judge becomes latest victim of senseless NYC violence

Elderly man seriously injured in attack on Manhattan subway

Brazen moment two young 'related' women get into vicious fight on jet bridge to Delta flight in NYC and delay takeoff by 40 minutes

Outrage as US Army lieutenant with 3 million followers on TikTok posts video joking about the Holocaust - prompting calls for dishonorable discharge

Horrifying moment man is knocked unconscious with a BRICK when an attacker runs up behind him in Baltimore

Tags: $, Alleged, Attack, Backlash, BLM, Business, Campaign, Cancellation, Charity, Community, Disruption, Environment, Etiquette, Fighting Back, Hate, Homeless, Injury, Laws, Misrepresentation, Police, Punishment, Racial Tension, Safety, Seniors, Social Media, Support, Travel, Unemployment, Verbal Attack, Video, Violence, War, Women In Charge, Youth

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31-Aug-2020


Painters In Kenosha Are Covering Up Black Lives Matter Messages With Murals About “Love” And “Unity” 

 

Deshauntis stepped outside and surveyed the scene in his hometown. In the aftermath of days of protests over the police shooting of a Black man, dozens of people had come to paint the city’s boarded-up downtown in bright, colorful murals. A man was singing folk music. A local church was handing out big cups of free strawberry lemonade.

"I see the effort," Deshauntis said, tightly. He added, "I don’t really see a lot of Black people out here."

And the murals — they didn’t say “Black Lives Matter.” The message across all of downtown Kenosha, where some buildings had been scorched during the protests and others reduced to still-smoking rubble, was about love. That’s what people were painting almost everywhere: “Love is the answer.”

“I support the protests,” John, who like other people interviewed for this story asked not to have his last name used, told BuzzFeed News. “I do not support the violence and the anarchy.”

He pointed, though, to the words “No Justice, No Peace,” a common rallying cry of the Black Lives Matter movement. “I totally disagree with this,” he said. “That’s not the way it goes. Justice and peace I agree with, but when it’s worded this way, that is not the way to handle it. Otherwise we’ll continue to have anarchy.”

Painters In Kenosha Are Covering Up Black Lives Matter Messages With Murals About “Love” And “Unity”

Tags: Activism, Art Deletion, Community, Environment, Fighting Back, Safety, Support, Unity, Vandalism, Violence

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28-Aug-2020


Why Grocery Stores Are Avoiding Black Neighborhoods 

 

"as a black person I dont like the tone of this reporting style, It is embedded in victim mentality. Businesses operate for self interest. They leave areas because it is not economical to do business there. The people of that community should come togethor educate themselves to figure out solutions to provide their communities with food. They can also get rich off this. Come on black america wake up. is this black lady the only one working at CNBC because I feel like she guilted the producers to be able to do this piece for real mane."

Why Grocery Stores Are Avoiding Black Neighborhoods

'Guess who's moving? You!' Unemployed single mom-of-two is slapped with insensitive eviction notice containing a smiling emoji waving goodbye after she fell behind on rent during the pandemic

Tags: $, Business, Community, Environment, Eviction, Poverty, Rent, Video

Filed under: Health/Food

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22-Aug-2020


Pride Banners Incite Furor in Utah Town and Are Effectively Banned 

 

The City Council in Heber City, Utah, has approved limitations on what banners can be hung on city-owned light and street posts after receiving complaints about LGBTQ+ Pride flags.

People in and around the town of 16,000 have called the flags “odd,” “political,” and “disturbing,” The Salt Lake Tribune reports, and wondered if allowing Pride flags would mean the city would have to allow Nazi or Confederate flags — which no one has tried to display. The outcry led the council to consider the ordinance, which it adopted unanimously Tuesday.

City Council member Mike Johnston said he did not object to Pride flags but worried they would draw an “ugly response.” “That’s what really bothers me,” he said. “We don’t actually have a way to prevent the ugliness.”

Pride Banners Incite Furor in Utah Town and Are Effectively Banned

Tags: Backlash, Community, Complaint, Environmentalist, Flag, Gay, Leaders, LGBTQ, Politics, Rejection

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22-Aug-2020


Poll reveals 61% of black Americans want the police to remain in their neighborhoods - despite calls to defund them 

 

The findings come in a poll by Gallup which also found that 61% want the police presence in their neighborhoods to remain the same despite calls to defund and reform policing across the country.

The majority of black Americans want to retain their local police force and for officers to spend the same amount of time in their neighborhoods as they currently do.

The poll suggests that roughly equal proportions of black Americans would also like the police to spend more time in their area (20%) as those who would like them to spend less time there (19%).

The figures are relatively similar to those in other demographics with 71% of white Americans and 67% of all U.S. adults wanting to retain the status quo, including 71% of white Americans.

Poll reveals 61% of black Americans

Tags: Community, Police, Statistics, Support

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06-Aug-2020


Why Hispanic business owners are urging you to BUY-cott Goya products 

 

The Goya Foods boycott is an insult to Hispanics, America’s largest minority group. Politicians and pundits — some Hispanic, many others painfully woke-white — are calling for a boycott of the largest Hispanic food manufacturer and distributor in the nation, a company that employs more than 4,000 people.

The Bodega and Small Business Association, which represents thousands of New York City bodegas, is not taking this lying down. We are urging our stores and customers to stock up on all of Goya’s great products.

We are calling for a Goya buycott.

NY Post

Tags: Action, Activism, All Rights, Business, Community, Complaint, Cultural, Environment, Equality, Fighting Back, Free Speech, Hate, Hostility, Interference, Judgment, Overreaction, Poverty, Pride, Racism, Representation, Respect, Ridiculous, Survival

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16-Jul-2020


Seattle Police Say Most Non-White Officers Will be Fired if City Cuts Budget 

 

The Seattle Police Department (SPD) announced that many of their newly hired, non-white officers would be the first let go should the city continue with drastic, politically motivated talks of budget cuts.

Seattle Police told residents Friday that current City Council discussions about cutting the department's budget by 50 percent would be "catastrophic for public safety." Seattle Chief of Police Carmen Best warned activist groups and council members alike that the department's "newest, most broadly diverse officers on patrol" would be the first employees they are "forced to terminate" under the proposed budget cuts. Best wrote a letter to Mayor Jenny Durkan Friday cautioning that at least 50 percent of BIPOC officers would be the first people fired.

Newsweek

Tags: $, Community, Cultural, Employment, Environment, Police, Policy, Termination

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12-Jul-2020


Two Texas police officers fatally shot while responding to a domestic disturbance 

 

Two police officers in McAllen, Texas, were killed while answering a domestic disturbance call Saturday afternoon, according to the police chief.

The officers were shot by a suspect as they approached the door of a home, McAllen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez said during a press conference Saturday evening.

"The officers never had a chance to suspect a deadly assault on them, much less death, at that moment in time," a very emotional Rodriguez told reporters.

Two Texas police officers fatally shot while responding to a domestic disturbance

NYPD cop placed in headlock while trying to break up Bronx crowd, video shows

City Hall ‘walks’ back Mayor’s plan for community leaders to ‘walk with police officers’

Tags: All Rights, Attack, Community, Crime, Demands, Leaders, Murder, Police, Policy, Protest, Rejection, Video, Violence

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12-Jul-2020


Black lives matter — so stop supporting policies that have failed Black communities 

 

Although some of the leaders of the best-funded Black Lives Matter organizations seek to move the United States toward socialism and impose other far-left goals (the co-founder of BLM, Patrisse Cullors, acknowledged in a 2015 interview that she is a “trained Marxist”), millions of others who identify with the BLM movement merely want police and criminal justice reforms and greater racial equality.

Improving African American communities is, of course, a noble goal. But it’s exceptionally difficult to fix a problem if one doesn’t identify its cause. And it seems, based on some of the rhetoric from the BLM movement, that many have failed to realize that an important reason why so many Black communities remain impoverished is that liberal politicians have imposed destructive policies on them for decades.

The Hill

Black Lives Matter's surprising target: Los Angeles County's first Black district attorney

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Backlash, Community, Cultural, Exclusivity, Hypocrisy, Judgment, Laws, No Punishment, Opinion, Police, Policy, Politics, Representation, Support

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10-Jul-2020


George Floyd riots damage just civil rights cause 

 

When it comes to race relations, anyone who thinks rioting is the answer doesn’t grasp the question. Burning, looting and committing mayhem doesn’t bend the moral arc of the universe; it breaks it.

Peaceful protests over George Floyd’s killing have been overshadowed by images of rage-fueled violence and destruction. Resorting to rioting is strange because there is little disagreement that Floyd’s death in custody was senseless and criminal. Few defend the police who were responsible; they were quickly fired, one has been charged with murder, and the Justice Department has opened an investigation into the tragedy. Everyone is on the same side of this issue.

Yet rioting sparked and spread. There is no rational purpose behind people burning buildings, torching cars, breaking windows, spray-painting obscenities and the other actions that have left city blocks looking like war zones. Some say these are expressions of anger and frustration, and maybe so, but they are also unjustified, foolish and counterproductive. While peaceful protesters are trying to create sympathy and build understanding, the rioters have undone that effort with flying bricks and flaming city blocks.

USA Today

Tags: Americans, Civil War, Community, Perception, Politics, Protest, Psychology, Racial Tension, Racism, Rampage, Theft, Threat, Thug, Waste

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01-Jun-2020


Without empathy the term ‘community’ is redundant 

 

This idea of belonging and imagined private utopias were characterised in the subvertive explorations of the mid-twentieth century works of David Hockney’s pictorial escapes in Domestic Scene (1963), retreats in his Cavafey poetry inspired The Beginning (1966), or differently in a more sexually liberating yet overtly violent esoteric excess William Borough’s novel Wild Boys (1971). However courageous in their time for avocation for same sex relations, in retrospect collectively they portray queer visibility as lacking in outward empathy and visibility for others. This has become confounded.

Such manifestos for a vision for a supposed utopia doesn’t widen for the inclusion for lesbians, transgender and BAME individuals. Also how does their context fit within the queer landscape of today given the lack of presence for others, especially where historically queer spaces and our representation are largely tailored and dominated by cis white gay men. This hasn’t largely been questioned to the extent till now in which Rosie Hastings and Hannah Quinlan’s practice observes and rightly exposes.

GAYTIMES

Tags: App, Choices, Community, Environment, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Preference, Relationships, Safety, Sex, Support, Unity

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27-May-2020


'In Survival Mode': The Pandemic Is Devastating the Black LGBTQ Community 

 

After the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Aiden James Nevils started getting followed. Nevils, who lives in Pittsburgh, is required by Pennsylvania’s statewide regulations to wear a face covering while entering essential businesses, such as drug stores, pharmacies, and laundromats. But when he goes to the grocery store in his blue-and-white-patterned mask, he has noticed lingering stares from other shoppers or security guards who trail closely behind as he’s picking up food for the week.

As a Black man, Nevils says he is viewed as “inherently dangerous,” a reality that's reinforced by centuries of racial biases that send the message that people of his skin color are “wrong, bad, or a menace to society.” Being a transgender man and having his face partially obscured by a mask only reinforces that stigma, he said. It’s essentially four strikes in a game where Black people barely get one chance to swing and miss.

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly every facet of American life, but perhaps no community has been affected as profoundly as Black LGBTQ people. People who live at this intersection of identity are not only more likely to face higher levels of scrutiny during a crisis in which racial minorities, especially Asian-Americans, are reporting a dramatic increase in hate crimes. They are vulnerable to the novel coronavirus in every conceivable way: from dramatic job loss to unique risks of infection that have yet to be adequately recognized by governmental authorities.

Vice

The Coronavirus Is Deadliest Where Democrats Live

The Pandemic Is Exposing the Limits of Science

Tags: All Rights, Community, Coronavirus, Cultural, Death, Environment, Etiquette, Fear, Illness, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, Politics, Population, Science, Statistics, Survival, Threat

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25-May-2020




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