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Michigan police officer investigated, on paid leave after KKK items found at home 

 

A Michigan police officer is under investigation and on paid administrative leave after potential buyers of his property toured his home and found items inside related to the Confederacy and the Ku Klux Klan.

Robert Mathis, who is black, and his wife, Reyna, toured the home of Officer Charles Anderson, a member of the Muskegon, Michigan, Police Department. On the tour they were confronted with multiple Confederate flags, and a framed document in one of the upstairs bathrooms.

That old, yellow paper turned out to be an application to the Ku Klux Klan.

NBC News

Straight Pride Organizer: 'We're a Totally Peaceful Racist Group'

Shocking video shows Florida cop shoving handcuffed suspect face-first into concrete wall

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Employment, Environment, Hate, Homophobia, Investigation, Lifestyle, Police, Privilege, Racism, Safety, Supremacy, Video, Violence

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10-Aug-2019


The world wonders what's happened to America 

 

What happens to a country that is an idea, when that idea turns ugly?

Since the collapse of the Berlin Wall, the United States has been the leader of the free world economically, militarily, but also -- as communism and fascism fell by the wayside -- as an idea.

They went too far in Iraq in 2003, got too greedy before 2008, and let Syria down in 2013. But still, the US' obsession with painstakingly transparent self-analysis, allocation of blame and rooting out failure, got it back on top. However much you hate it, the idea seemed to justify its existence.

But this has been a difficult month. Well, a difficult year. Actually, scratch that too: everything since November 2016 has been discombobulating. I recall watching American expats, Europeans, Lebanese aghast in Beirut when Donald Trump won. It seemed to them like the wheels were coming off civilization. But surely, they could not forever, as the idea of the United States was designed to be tamper-proof?

CNN

Tags: Americans, Causing Hate, Environment, Judgement, Leaders, Misrepresentation, Neglect, New World Order, No more Heroes, Parental Crime, Politics, Privilege, Sad, Stereotype, Supremacy, Threat, Toxic, Training, Violence, World

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10-Aug-2019


WOMAN THREATENS TO PEPPER-SPRAY MAN BECAUSE HIS DOG WASN'T ON A LEASH, QUESTIONS HIS CITIZENSHIP: 'ARE YOU FROM THIS COUNTRY?' 

 

A Massachusetts man has posted a video online showing a white woman threatening to pepper-spray him and his dog and asking "are you from this country?" because the animal was off its leash in a park.

The man, who asked to only be identified as Mohamed, recently moved to the Jamaica Plain area of Brookline, Boston. He posted the video of the woman confronting him on Facebook on August 5, where it has since been viewed more than 20,000 times.

"This happened today at a park in Boston because I didn't have my dog (who isn't bothering anyone) on a leash," Mohamed wrote. "She wanted to pepper-spray me, my dog and also sprinkled in some 'you're not from this country hope you got your paperwork' before she called the cops. Goes to show some folks really don't like us."

Newsweek

My 10-Year-Old Son Yelled ‘Speak English!’ To A Stranger

Partygoers wore blackface and colonial garb to an event -- at Belgium's controversial Africa Museum

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Americans, Animals, Blackface, Celebration, Children, Education, Environment, Event, Exclusivity, Games, Gladys Kravitz, Harassment, Hate, Hostility, Interference, Language, Privacy, Privilege, Profiling, Racism, Respect, Stereotype, Threat, Treatment, Video, Women In Charge

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08-Aug-2019


Montana boy, 13, slammed to ground at rodeo after keeping hat on during national anthem 
 

A 13-year-old was seriously injured when a man at a Montana rodeo slammed him to the ground after the boy did not remove his hat during a playing of the national anthem, authorities said Tuesday.

Curt James Brockway, 39, was arrested on suspicion of felony assault on a minor following the alleged attack at the rodeo at the Mineral County Fair on Saturday.

NBC News

Man Who Fractured a Kid’s Skull for “Disrespecting” the National Anthem Is Blaming Trump

Tags: Abuse, Americans, Bullying, Dictatorship, Entertainment, Environment, Exclusivity, Hostility, Interference, Lifestyle, Minors, No more Heroes, Privilege, Safety, Sports, Stereotype, Supremacy, Threat, Violence, Youth

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08-Aug-2019


New survey says young Americans trust professors more than they trust military, police, or church leaders 

 

A new survey from the Pew Research Center reports that younger Americans trust their college professors more than they trust the military, police, and church leaders. Older Americans, however, have more trust in public servants than they do in college educators.

The survey, which was published Tuesday, was part of a study called " Trust and Distrust in America." The Pew Center conducted the study in 2018 on a sample group of 10,618 Americans from four different age groups — 18-29, 30-49, 50-64, and 65-plus.

According to the findings, 74 percent of those in the 18-29 age bracket trusted college professors, while just 69 percent trusted the U.S. military, 67 percent trusted police officers, and 50 percent trusted religious leaders, respectively.

The Blaze

Tags: Americans, Clergy, Education, Govt, Leaders, Military, Police, Study, Youth

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07-Aug-2019


Reagan called President Nixon to slur Africans as ‘monkeys.’ Of course there are tapes. 

 

It was October 1971, and the United Nations had just voted to recognize the People’s Republic of China.

Then-California Gov. Ronald Reagan was infuriated that delegations from Africa did not align themselves with the U.S. position — that the U.N. should recognize Taiwan as an independent state — and wanted to get President Richard Nixon on the phone. He was apparently disgusted after watching delegates from Tanzania celebrate the U.N. decision to support Chinese sovereignty over Taiwan.

“To see those, those monkeys from those African countries — damn them, they’re still uncomfortable wearing shoes!” Reagan said.

Nixon replied with a big laugh.

Washington Post

Tags: Americans, Exclusivity, History, Hypocrisy, Insensitivity, Leaders, Men In Charge, Misrepresentation, Politics, Profiling, Racism, Stereotype

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31-Jul-2019


Trump approval rating jumps to highest level of his presidency in Washington Post/ABC News poll 

 

President Donald Trump's job approval rating reached its highest level since he took office in polling conducted by The Washington Post and ABC News, according to a survey released Sunday.

Forty-four percent of Americans say they approve of the job Trump is doing as president in The Washington Post/ABC News poll, which was conducted from June 28 to July 1 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points. That was 5 points higher than his approval in a poll from April, and it surpassed his previous high of 42% in April 2017.

Fifty-one percent of Americans say he is doing a good job on the economy, which is ranked as a highly important issue for 82% of adults heading into the 2020 election.

USA Today

Jimmy Carter Goes There, Calls Trump an Illegitimate President

Tags: Americans, Enabler, Irony, Leaders, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, New World Order, No more Heroes, Politics, Poll, Privilege, Stereotype, Supremacy

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07-Jul-2019


Does Federal Law Protect LGBTQ People? This Poll Reveals A Serious Misconception 

 

According to a new survey, almost half of all Americans wrongly believe that federal law protects LGBTQ people from discrimination. In a Reuters/Ipsos poll released Tuesday, 45% of respondents incorrectly claimed that federal anti-discrimination protections apply to LGBTQ Americans, when in fact, no such protections exist due to longstanding opposition from conservatives.

“When you talk to people across the country, regardless of where they stand on LGBTQ equality, so many don’t know that in 30 states LGBTQ people are still at are risk of being fired solely because of their gender identity or sexual orientation,” Charlotte Clymer, the Human Rights Campaign's press secretary for rapid response, told Reuters. “These things are flying under the radar for most Americans.”

Bustle

BEING GAY IS LINKED TO THESE BIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS, SCIENTISTS SAY

Years and Years star Dino Fetscher on the “vital importance” of LGBTQ representation

This Dad Gave Out Hundreds of Hugs at the Pittsburgh Pride Parade, and the Photos Are So Emotional

Africa is doing better on LGBTQ rights than you think

Christian hate-preachers plan anti-LGBTI conference during Orlando Pride

Tags: Affection, All Rights, Americans, Awareness, Biology, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Gay Rights, Hate, Health, Homophobia, Ignorance, Interference, LGBTQ, Men In Charge, Parental Pride, Perception, Policy, Poll, Pride, Religion, Representation, Science, Support, Sweet, TV Gay Swatch, World

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13-Jun-2019


Human rights in the US are worse than you think 

 

A new report examining human rights in the United States and around the world has just been released, and its findings are disturbing: The US is doing abysmally in several key categories, including the right to freedom from extrajudicial killing, the right to participate in government, and the right to be safe from the state.

Of the 12 human rights categories, from press freedom to quality of life, measured by the Human Rights Measurement Initiative — a global nonprofit data analysis organization based in Wellington, New Zealand — there are several in which the US has “strikingly poor results,” according to the report’s authors.

It’s a worrying sign that for all its resources and reputation for democracy, the US is not doing all that well in the world when it comes to human rights.

In fact, when compared with five other high-income Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries the group looked at — Australia, Mexico, New Zealand, South Korea, and the United Kingdom — the US performs worse than average on empowerment rights, such as the right to participate in government, and on the right to be safe from the state.

Vox

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Environment, Equality, Freedom, Govt, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Neglect, Politics, Protections, Representation, Respect, Safety, Study, World

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10-Jun-2019


Anti-LGBTQ Sentiment Is Rising Around the World 

 

If only the greatest problem facing the LGBTQ community today were that two gay rats couldn’t get married in Alabama. For those not following the world of children’s television with great enthusiasm, the Alabama affiliate of PBS chose not to broadcast an episode of the children’s program Arthur in which Mr. Ratburn marries his longtime male friend Patrick, an aardvark chocolatier. Some people have complained that they would have difficulties explaining the content of such an episode to their children.

I agree—it could be distressing to have to explain to a child that rats are not sophisticated enough to have weddings, let alone become chocolatiers. Explaining that same-sex couples get married, however, should be a breeze. It happens every day. If your child does not understand what a wedding is, you can show them the end of nearly any Disney movie.

But the public pushback on a seemingly harmless episode of Arthur is just one instance of the discomfort that many people still feel with LGBTQ people being considered equal under law. Very recently, Trump’s Department of Housing and Urban Development proposed a rule that would allow housing that receives federal funds—such as homeless shelters—to discriminate against transgender individuals.

Bazaar

Homophobic mommy blogger apologizes to LGBT youth leader

Alabama mayor apologizes for Facebook post about killing LGBTQ community

Chris Evans says Straight Pride Parade organizers are trying to 'bury' their 'own gay thoughts by being homophobic'

CHILDLINE RECEIVED OVER 6,000 CALLS FROM YOUNG PEOPLE STRUGGLING WITH GENDER AND SEXUAL IDENTITY IN 2018

YouTube Says Homophobic Harassment Targeting a Popular Host Doesn't Violate Its Policies

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Americans, Apology, Celebration, Celebrity, Children, Court, Discrimination, Environment, Equality, Hate, Homophobia, Inhumanity, Interference, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, New World Order, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Policy, Politics, Pride, Protections, Punishment, Racism, Religion, Safety, Social Media, Suicide, Support, Supremacy, Survival, Video, Violence, World, Youth

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05-Jun-2019


Pulitzer Winner Jose Antonio Vargas Still Wrestles With Being Gay 

 

Vargas came out about his immigration status publicly in 2011 and has since devoted his entire career to fighting for the rights of undocumented people.

Now Vargas is ready to focus more energy on himself, starting with his sexuality. "I'm trying to understand the gay thing," Vargas says. He makes a point to say that he's 38 years old and has never had a serious romantic relationship. Being undocumented has colored his entire life, even his personal relationships he's still discovering.

On this week's episode of LGBTQ&A, Jose Antonio Vargas talks about becoming more comfortable with his queerness, why the mainstream media's coverage of immigration is so dangerous, and the silver lining of the Trump era.

Advocate

Tags: Activism, Americans, Environment, Immigrants, Interview, Journalism, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Relationships, Security, Standing Up, Survival, Writing

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29-May-2019


Poll: Most Voters Don't Believe U.S. Is Ready for a Gay President 

 

A new poll shows mixed feelings about the presidential prospects of Pete Buttigieg.

Only 36 percent of voters believe that the United States is ready to elect a gay man as commander in chief, according to new results posted by Quinnipiac. Fifty-two percent said the country is not ready, and the rest did not know or did not wish to respond.

Advocate

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Gay, Govt, Leaders, Poll, Study

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07-May-2019


Porn deemed a public health crisis by Arizona politicians 

 

Some legislators gave pornography a new title: public health crisis.

The Arizona State Senate voted Monday to declare pornography a public health crisis, but beyond stating such on their resolution, no further action is set to be taken.

The bill states that "pornography perpetuates a sexually toxic environment that damages all areas of our society," proceeding to list that "potential detrimental effects on pornography users include toxic sexual behaviors, emotional, mental and medical illnesses and difficulty forming or maintaining intimate relationships."

ABC News

More Than 300 Catholic Clergy in New Jersey Have Been Accused of Sex Abuse, Report Says

Delaware man accused of raping woman after posing as ride-share driver, police say

Man filmed himself sexually assaulting 16-year-old several times, plotted to kill girl

Tags: Abuse, Americans, Arrest, Children, Environment, Exclusivity, Fight a Real Enemy, Freedom, Hypocrisy, Idiocy, Interference, Irony, Judgement, Perception, Porn, Psychology, Rape, Religion, Ridiculous, Self-hatred, Sex, Supremacy, Threat, Travel, Treatment, Victims, Violence, Weird, Woman's Rights, Youth

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07-May-2019


Majority of Americans are at least ‘comfortable’ with a gay presidential candidate 

 

Most Americans said that they would at least be comfortable with a gay presidential candidate in a recent poll.

A new NBC/WSJ poll found that 14% of Americans said they would be “enthusiastic” about having a gay or a lesbian presidential candidate and another 54% would be “comfortable.”

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Americans, Choices, Leaders, LGBTQ, Politics, Representation, Study, Voting

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04-Apr-2019


Farmworker Women Facing Sexual Harassment are Offered Few Protections 

 

We come in contact with the labor of farmworkers every time we eat, which means every day thousands of women across the country put their bodies on the line to nourish ours.

There are approximately two to three million people employed as farmworkers across the United States, the majority of whom were born in Mexico, according to the 2015–2016 National Agricultural Workers Survey (NAWS). According to NAWS, women make up approximately 32% of that workforce.

They plant, harvest, and package the food we eat. Their long hours, strenuous working conditions, and agricultural expertise provide the sustenance that fuels our country’s diet.

All farmworkers are susceptible to pesticide exposure, lack of protections through labor laws, and what some activists refer to as modern slavery conditions, but the added threat of sexual violence puts women in the agriculture industry at added risk. Specific laws are lacking, women farmworkers are often excluded from established conversations about harassment in the workplace, and the violence continues.

TeenVogue

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Americans, Employment, Environment, Hostility, Immigrants, Laws, Protections, Safety, Sex, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Supremacy, Treatment, Woman's Rights

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03-Apr-2019




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