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An angry customer threw his drink at a fast-food worker. The next customer responded in the most amazing way 

 

Feroza Syed couldn't believe what she saw happen in front of her: a man threw a large drink directly at the woman working in the drive-thru window at a fast-food restaurant in suburban Atlanta.

Apparently, he didn't want ice in his drink.

When Syed pulled up, the woman, Bryanna, was soaked and crying. She was also six months pregnant.

Syed gave her a $20 tip, expressed her outrage at the man's behavior and offered to contact the police. Hours later -- and still fuming -- Syed posted about the incident earlier this month on her Facebook page and got a huge response.

An angry customer threw his drink at a fast-food worker. The next customer responded in the most amazing way

Tags: $, All Rights, Employment, Hate, Racism, Restaurant, Sad, Support

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18-Dec-2020


A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Viewers Troubled by Racist Scene 

 

During the meal Franklin, the one and only person of color in the core Peanuts gang, ends up sitting on a different side of the table from the rest of his friends and is seated in the only piece of "non-proper" furniture, a lawn chair. The scene, for some, has undertones of racial bias and, as it does every year, has prompted some to take to social media to speak out about the moment. Here is a selection of what people are saying and be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments!

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Viewers Troubled by Racist Scene

Tags: Animate, Argument, Backlash, Black People, Cancellation, Choices, Exclusivity, Overreaction, Racism, TV, TV Gay Swatch, Who Gives A Fuck!

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24-Nov-2020


For fifth year in a row, hate crimes rise in Orange County — and by 24% 

 

From slurs to physical confrontations, hate crimes in Orange County rose in 2019 for the fifth year in a row, and by a huge leap, 24%.

A majority of the crimes involved the perpetrator attacking the victim for his or her race, national origin or ethnicity.

Although Black people constitute less than 2% of Orange County’s nearly 3.2 million residents, they were the most targeted racial group, according to the report.

Among the hate crimes motivated by religious prejudice, members of the Jewish community were the primary targets, representing about two-thirds of 44 hate incidents, followed by Catholics, other Christians and Muslims, according to the report. Among crimes related to victims’ sexual orientation and gender identity, a majority of the cases were antigay, followed by antifemale and antitransgender.

For fifth year in a row, hate crimes rise in Orange County — and by 24%

Tags: Crime, Cultural, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Humiliation, Judgment, LGBTQ, Politics, Racism, Rampage, Reaction, Self Interest, Statistics, Violence

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23-Oct-2020


Why some Latino essential workers remain overlooked amid racial reckoning protests 

 

The vast majority of Latinos living in the U.S. (around 60.6 million) are not undocumented, but 15.7% lived in poverty in 2019, a number that had been falling, but is still more than double their white counterparts, according to Census data.

Latinos also make up a large portion of the labor force in service sectors that were considered essential after the COVID-19 pandemic started (some 65%) -- like some construction, health care and food service workers -- leaving them at higher risk of being exposed to the disease without the protections typically afforded first responders and other traditional essential workers.

"Why are Latinos dying at a higher rate? Because we have no choice," said Frankie Miranda, the president of the Hispanic Federation, which supports Latino-led non-profits around the country. "We have to go to work, stock the shelves, deliver the food, be the sanitation workers, and of course we don't have the protective gear or any kind of information that can help us really navigate this. We know this for sure because our member agencies -- that were already underfunded and under-resourced -- were the ones that needed to step in and be the first responders for our communities."

When asked why he believes the Mexican community has not jumped into action and demanded racial equality following the Black Lives Matter protests, Alvarez suggested: "We are too afraid. Even if you want to do a peaceful protest, you don't want to be arrested because you can get deported."

Alvarez's case points to another situation that many Latinos say is affecting the community: lack of unity.

Why some Latino essential workers remain overlooked amid racial reckoning protests

Tags: All Rights, Cultural, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Hate, Health, History, Hostility, Humiliation, Inhumanity, Judgment, Latinos, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, Opinion, Politics, Protection, Racism, Safety, Treatment, Vulnerable

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11-Oct-2020


White Gays, Please Stop Using Anti-Racism as a Photo Op 

 

In what’s shaping up to be one of the most counterproductive social media activism campaigns since millions of people posted plain black squares to their Instagram feeds, a legion of largely (though not exclusively) white Twitter gays have attempted to “reclaim” a hashtag most commonly associated with the Proud Boys, a white nationalist hate group.

"white gays “reclaiming” a phrase rooted in white supremacy is very spot on. it was actually on my 2020 bingo card. i’m two away from bingo."

"How many of the white gays "reclaiming" the #proudboys tag you wanna guess have "no Blacks" in their grindr profile"

As many have noted, turning the name of a Southern Poverty Law Center-designated hate group into a photo-op is not just politically empty; it actively obscures the very real presence of white supremacy in the LGBTQ+ community. The trend is a display of vanity masquerading as organizing. It is a manifestation of privilege to believe — and then act on the belief — that one can “reclaim” a potent symbol of white supremacy by reformulating it in the context of Gay Pride. You can claim that “love wins” and that the more powerful way to be a “proud boy” is living out and proud, but the reality is that for millions of Black and brown folks, this is still a terror organization that actively threatens their lives, livelihoods, and right to exist in America.

White Gays, Please Stop Using Anti-Racism as a Photo Op

Tags: Activism, Backlash, LGBTQ, Opinion, Perception, Politics, Propoganda, Racism, Representation, Social Media, Supremacy, Weird

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07-Oct-2020


Tessa Thompson Under Fire For Defending Controversial Netflix Movie 

 

When Maïmouna Doucouré won the World Cinema Dramatic Directing award at this year’s Sundance Film Festival for her movie Mignonnes, the possibility of an American streaming platform perverting the pic’s commentary on societal pressures that steer young women and girls towards sexual objectification was probably the last thing on her mind. But the recent backlash against Netflix asserts that the company has done just that, as the service has come under fire for using the bodies of the film’s pre-teen stars for a sex sells campaign to promote its North American September release of the movie, now dubbed Cuties.
But the blowback has not been limited to Netflix alone, as Tessa Thompson—best known for her starring roles in the MCU and Creed series—recently took to Twitter to defend Doucouré and her film in a move that proved controversial among her nearly six hundred thousand followers.
Here’s what she had to say

Tessa Thompson Under Fire For Defending Controversial Netflix Movie

Tags: ?, Art Deletion, Cancellation, Celebrity, Children, Cultural, Education, Entertainment, Hypocrisy, Parental Crime, Politics, Racism

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27-Aug-2020


CUNY president phased out white male staffers for minority women: suit 

 

An ex-security chief at CUNY’s Kingsborough Community College claims that the school president has been systematically phasing out male white employees replacing them with minority women, new court papers show.

James Capozzi, an Italian-American, claims he was unjustly booted from his job as Director of Public Safety at the Manhattan Beach campus in 2019 — and that he was only the tip of the iceberg, according to a discrimination suit filed in Brooklyn Supreme Court.

The 58-year-old from Queens earned a $143,805 salary at the school in 2019, according to See Through NY.

College president Claudia Schrader — who earned $232,704 in 2019, according to See Through NY — told Capozzi, through his supervisor, that she wanted to go in a “different direction” when she had him fired just shy of his fifth year on the job, the court papers from Tuesday claim.

And Capozzi would have been eligible for a bonus if he’d made it through the fifth year at the school, the suit says.

Schrader replaced Capozzi with a black lieutenant who he says was less qualified, less experienced and less educated than Capozzi — whose qualifications included a law degree and 30 years in law enforcement, the court documents claim.

CUNY president phased out white male staffers for minority women: suit

Tags: Black Supremacy, Court, Education, Employment, Exclusivity, Hostility, Racism, Termination, Treatment, Women In Charge

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21-Aug-2020


Hollywood Celebs... SHUT UP 

 

These celebrities and corporations were bugging me this week, so they had to get some bars.

Hollywood Celebs... SHUT UP

Tags: Celebrity, Comedy, Daddy Squish, Environment, Politics, Racial Tension, Racism, Video, White People

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03-Aug-2020


How Jewish Twitter users and celebrities took down a virtual anti-Semitic mob 
 

When I saw “#JewishPrivilege” was trending on Twitter last week, I cringed. Whenever something on a Jewish topic trends, a swarm of anti-Semites surely abound. This time was no exception: White nationalists had created the hashtag to spread anti-Semitic conspiracies about Jews being “privileged” — that we control the media, the banks and the world.

Jews from the Middle East like myself will never be able to assimilate into the white majority.

Leftist voices soon joined in, perhaps because the hashtag had co-opted the term of “white privilege” that is used in the social justice movement. Seemingly progressive Twitter users soon piled on with false claims that Jews don’t face any discrimination, while also suggesting they are responsible for the discrimination and other ills many minorities face.

While I’ve seen countless ignorant ideas spread on Twitter, #JewishPrivilege uniquely terrified me. Unlike the random pockets of online hate speech that I’m used to, this felt like an organized attack — as if everyone, from left to right, was in agreement that Jewish people are to be blamed for all that is wrong in the world.

NBC News

Nick Cannon announces he's taking time off from his radio show to 'commit to reflection and education' - but will keep his $70k-an-episode job at The Masked Singer amid pressure at Fox to fire the star over his anti-Semitic podcast

Tags: Celebrity, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Fighting Back, Hostility, Politics, Portrait, Racial Tension, Racism, Religion, Social Media, Termination

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16-Jul-2020


Burger King workers stage strike after trans co-worker dies while working with COVID-19 symptoms 

 

Staffers at the Santa Monica fast food restaurant retaliated after Angela Martinez Gómez died after being reportedly made to work a week even while displaying symptoms. Picketers, as well as the complaint, claimed that the company did not provide staff with protective gear.

One manager at the branch at 1919 Pico Boulevard allegedly blamed the death of Gómez, 42, of Oaxaca, Mexico, on hormone injections, KTLA5 reported.

Managers made Gómez carry on working for a week even while she spluttered, took frequent bathroom breaks and was visibly ill, the complaint said, before leaving her June 26 shift early.

Pink News

Workers demanding union rights plan to walk off the job in nationwide Strike for Black Lives

Coronavirus brings tension and prejudice to Italy's beaches

Employees become enforcers of mask requirements as tensions grow

Tags: Activism, Business, Contagion, Contamination, Coronavirus, Death, Employment, Enforcement, Environment, Equality, Etiquette, Illness, Justice, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Masks, Misconduct, Power, Protection, Racial Tension, Racism, Representation, Respect, Restaurant, Safety, Strike, Support, Threat, Trash, Travel, Union, Unity, Video, World, Youth

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12-Jul-2020


American Girl company is ‘disgusted’ by parody ad of a gun-wielding ‘Karen’ doll who refuses to wear face mask during the coronavirus crisis 

 

American Girl said it is 'disgusted' by an online advertisement parody that features a gun-wielding Walmart shopper dubbed 'Karen' who refuses to wear a face mask during the coronavirus pandemic.

The parody features an American Girl doll altered to wear a purple track suit, hold a semi-automatic handgun and appears to be in a Walmart store without a face mask.

'Meet Karen,' the fake image reads. 'She's an independent thinker who refuses to wear a mask in public places!'

The name 'Karen' has been used to describe entitled middle-aged white women in modern slang, but can apply to people who use their privilege to exert power in oftentimes unnecessary instances.

Daily Mail

Fury at BBC over race podcast where presenters branded white women 'Karens' and said they should 'read some books' and 'stop being so loud'

Tags: Aging, Backlash, Cultural, Fear, Hostility, Lifestyle, Politics, Racial Tension, Racism, Rampage, Video, Violence, Vulnerable, Women In Charge

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07-Jul-2020


Everyday words and phrases that have racist connotations 

 

The words and phrases permeate nearly every aspect of our society.

"Master bedrooms" in our homes. "Blacklists" and "whitelists" in computing. The idiom "sold down the river" in our everyday speech.
Many are so entrenched that Americans don't think twice about using them. But some of these terms are directly rooted in the nation's history with chattel slavery. Others now evoke racist notions about Black people.

CNN

Tags: Education, Enforcement, History, Racism, Students, Termination, Word Deletion, Youth

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06-Jul-2020


California Abandons Equality under the Law 

 

Here are some unexpected developments: In Mississippi, Republicans have decided to excise the Confederate flag; in California, Democrats have decided to legalize racial discrimination.

Who had that on their 2020 bingo card?

In 1996, California voters by a substantial margin enacted a constitutional amendment reading: “The state shall not discriminate against, or grant preferential treatment to, any individual or group, on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity or national origin in the operation of public employment, public education, or public contracting.” The Democrat-run state legislature has just voted to repeal that amendment.

California had a long struggle with race-based admissions practices in its public universities, most famously with the Bakke case, in which the Supreme Court upheld race-based policies. The 1996 amendment was an attempt to sort that out in the most straightforward fashion, by insisting that the state take no notice of race at all in its policies. That was, for some generations, the great aspiration of most good-hearted Americans, who took it to be the dream of the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous speech.

California Democrats such as Assemblyman Todd Gloria insist that eliminating rules against racial discrimination are necessary to “advance true racial and gender equity in this state.” That is, of course, nonsense. It is, in fact, self-refuting nonsense — the fact that the ethnic makeup of California’s state universities does not reflect the ethnic makeup of the state is not an indictment of colorblind university policies but an indictment of the state’s K–12 education system and other institutions. Racial preferences do not create equality — they camouflage inequality.

National Review

Tags: Disruption, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, History, Hypocrisy, Judgment, Policy, Politics, Privilege, Racial Tension, Racism, Reckless, Threat

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29-Jun-2020


The Gay Community’s Obsession With Status and Looks Has Huge Mental Health Costs 

 

The queer community is one of the highest risk groups for depression, anxiety, and substance abuse. For decades, many scientists wrongly assumed that LGBTQ+ people were inherently pathological, and therefore at greater risk for mental disorder. Shortly after research based on actual surveys of LGBTQ+ people first began in the late 1990s, discrimination and stigma were revealed to be the primary detriments to LGBTQ+ mental health. Though we certainly still have a ways to go, the queer community has since gained a measure of social acceptance. Now, some LGBTQ+ mental health researchers are shifting their focus to stress that comes from within the community itself.

Men of color were more likely to perceive what we call gay community stress. Single men were more likely to experience it, as well as men who described themselves as more feminine, men with fewer socioeconomic resources, and men who didn't feel particularly attractive. We also found that younger men compared to older men were more stressed, and that bisexual men were less likely to experience this type of gay community stress.

them.

Tags: Community, Environment, Exclusivity, Hostility, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Racism, Study, Treatment, Unity

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08-Apr-2020


Indianapolis Catholic School threatened to expel a gay student for supporting LGBTQ rights 

 

Indianapolis Archbishop Charles Thompson, who ordered the mass firing of any teachers at the diocese’s schools, also had no problem allowing school administrators to threaten a gay student with expulsion if he didn’t stop speaking out for social justice.

The archdiocese has admitted it instructed all schools under its umbrella to immediately enforce all employment contracts – effectively a blanket order to fire any LGBTQ staff members. Over 70 schools in central Indiana are under the archdiocese’s administration.

“To effectively bear witness to Christ, whether they teach religion or not, all ministers in their professional and private lives must convey and be supportive of Catholic Church teaching,” the archdiocese said in a statement sent last week.

LGBTQ Nation

Trump’s Latest Proposal Would Let Businesses Discriminate Based On LGBTQ Status, Race, Religion, And More

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Bullying, Business, Discrimination, Education, Employment, Environment, Fear, Hate, Interference, LGBTQ, Magic Splatter, Men In Charge, Parental Burden, Policy, Politics, Privilege, Punishment, Race, Racism, Students, Supremacy, Termination, Threat, Treatment, Youth

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14-Aug-2019




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