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Ask Not for Whom the Mob Brays / Opinion 

 

Amid the current season of activism, young people have enthusiastically taken both to the streets and the internet, participating in the national discussion over race relations in America.

The New York Times recently reported about a new front in what feels increasingly like a political war: high schoolers creating social media accounts to call out classmates for alleged "racist" speech. Students post screenshots of comments, videos and posts they deem to be hateful, identify the authors through crowdsourcing, and then mercilessly "cancel" them online—sometimes with assistance from social media personalities with millions of followers. Obviously, no effort is made to examine context, understand the commenter's mindset or offer an alternative point of view; the point, after all, is to ruin someone's life for an indiscretion.

Newsweek

Tags: Americans, Anguish, Cancellation, Environment, Hostility, Judgment, Mental Health, Opinion, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parental Responsibility, Politics, Priorities, Racial Tension, Reaction, Social Media, Youth

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03-Jul-2020


77% of White Voters Approve of Police, Just 26% of Black Americans Agree 

 

While approximately 68 percent of American voters approve of the job the police are doing, according to a new Hill-HarrisX poll, that percentage drops down to 26 when only Black voters are counted. Comparatively, 77 percent of white voters approve of how police are doing their jobs, revealing a racial divide when it comes to how police are perceived.

An online poll of 951 registered voters conducted between June 22 and 23 asked respondents whether they approved or disapproved of the jobs of different workers. These groups included the police, healthcare workers, local politicians, journalists and national politicians.

Overall, healthcare workers had a 94 percent approval rating amongst all voters, local politicians received 62 percent, journalists got 59 percent and national politicians got 56 percent.

Newsweek

There is no epidemic of fatal police shootings against unarmed Black Americans

Controversy over keeping police in Chicago schools rages on, moves to City Council

Wealthy Hamptons Residents Are Hiring Security Guards After Protests

Portland police declare riot as protests turn violent again

Fact check: 1994 crime bill did not bring mass incarceration of Black Americans

Tags: $, Americans, Children, Education, Employment, Environment, Fear, History, Police, Poll, Prison, Protest, Racial Tension, Safety, Support, Violence

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03-Jul-2020


Boston Considering Removing Statue Of Lincoln Standing Over Freed Black Man 

 

Boston's mayor is considering the fate of a public statue depicting former President Abraham Lincoln standing before a freed Black man after a petition called for its removal.

The statue in the city's Park Square is a replica of the Emancipation Memorial in Washington and depicts Lincoln with one hand raised above a kneeling man with broken shackles on his wrists.

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The statue is meant to show Lincoln freeing the man from slavery, but a petition against the statue says it "instead represents us still beneath someone else."

Boston Considering Removing Statue Of Lincoln Standing Over Freed Black Man

Why Removing Blackface Episodes Is ‘Just Trying to Band-Aid Over History’

Tags: Americans, Art Deletion, Education, Govt, Leaders, Politics, Racial Tension

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01-Jul-2020


The world isn't laughing at America -- it's pitying us 
 

It's like the Fourth of July, Bonfire Night, Diwali and Chinese New Year -- every night.

In the oppressive heat of the Covid-19 summer, US cities are suddenly reverberating with the crack and boom of fireworks that blast on into the small hours. Authorities haven't got a clue where the explosives are coming from.

It's perhaps not surprising that some people are letting off steam -- or rockets and firecrackers -- after months stuck at home under shutdowns. But the nightly cacophony is not just a nuisance to those whose nerves are already stretched to the breaking point by recent months -- they can cause injuries and house fires. In Brooklyn, troublemakers appeared to target a homeless man with a thrown firecracker.

One of Trump's big election lines in 2016 was that the world was laughing at America. That wasn't true, but now the reality is worse: A bemused world is pitying America.

CNN

Tags: Americans, Chaos, Confusion, Politics, Sad, World

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29-Jun-2020


Black Lives Matter co-founder describes herself as ‘trained Marxist’ 

 

“The first thing, I think, is that we actually do have an ideological frame. Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers,” she said, referring to BLM co-founder Alicia Garza.

“We are trained Marxists. We are super-versed on, sort of, ideological theories. And I think that what we really tried to do is build a movement that could be utilized by many, many black folk,” Cullors added in the interview with Jared Ball of The Real News Network.

It also expresses its appreciation for the work of the US Communist Party, “especially Black communists,” as well as its support for “the great work of the Black Panther Party, the American Indian Movement, Young Lords, Brown Berets, and the great revolutionary rainbow experiments of the 1970s,” Breitbart reported.

NY Post

'I'm leaving and I'm just not coming back': Fed up with racism, Black Americans head overseas

Tags: Activism, Americans, Anguish, Backlash, Change, Enforcement, Exit, Hostility, Mental Health, New World Order, Philosophy, Politics, Poverty, Protest, Racial Tension, Racism, Safety, World

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27-Jun-2020


Why Biden Is Rejecting Black Lives Matter's Boldest Proposals 

 

“He’s certainly at the helm as our nominee and as our party leader,” Schatz said. “But I think he understands that there is a movement that undergirds the left right now which is deeper and wider and more likely to last into the future regardless of who’s the titular head of the party.”

A similar view comes from some activists who often have the most clear-eyed view of politicians, seeing them not as heroic shapers of history but merely as instruments who respond to pressure.

Biden was quick to embrace two previously controversial positions: banning chokeholds and reforming qualified immunity for law enforcement officers, a change that Obama opposed as president. “Symone was like you gotta do this and he did it,” said a prominent Democrat who advises the campaign. “And he did it pretty quickly. The police hate it.”

But other issues highlighted by the Black Lives Matter movement and its allies have not been embraced by the Biden campaign. And some Democrats worry the presumptive nominee’s reluctance could dampen enthusiasm for him among African American voters who have suffered disproportionately through the trio of 2020 crises: the coronavirus pandemic, the subsequent economic collapse and the epidemic of anti-Black policing.

Politico

Tags: Activism, Americans, Choices, Cultural, Leaders, Opinion, Policy, Politics, Voting

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26-Jun-2020


California man who was seen on video pulling AR-15 rifle on George Floyd protesters and yelling 'Back the fuck up' is charged with assault with a deadly weapon

 

A California man was was caught on video earlier this week pulling an AR-15 and yelling profanities at a large group of George Floyd protesters has been charged with assault with a deadly weapon.

Jacob Bracken, 38, of Rancho Cucamonga, was arrested on two felony counts of assault of a firearm stemming from his actions during a June 1 clash between Black Lives Matter demonstrators and Donald Trump supporters carrying American flags in Upland.

Daily Mail

Queens man under fire for tearing down Black Lives Matter sign, using racial slurs

Video: One driver is very upset that the protesters are out tells them to “stop looting.” This has been a peaceful protest

Moment a baseball bat-wielding grandmother confronts peaceful protesters in Michigan and accuses them of 'rioting'

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Anguish, Arrest, Chaos, Civil War, Crime, Effect, Enforcement, Environment, Etiquette, Fear, Guns, Hate, Inciting Future Hate, Inciting Violence, Protection, Protest, Racial Tension, Threat, Video

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05-Jun-2020


George Floyd had ‘violent criminal history’: Minneapolis police union chief 

 

The head of the Minneapolis police union says George Floyd’s “violent criminal history” needs to be remembered and that the protests over his death are the work of a “terrorist movement.”

“What is not being told is the violent criminal history of George Floyd. The media will not air this,” police union president Bob Kroll told his members in a letter posted Monday on Twitter.

Floyd had landed five years behind bars in 2009 for an assault and robbery two years earlier, and before that, had been convicted of charges ranging from theft with a firearm to drugs, the Daily Mail reported.

NY Post

Tags: Americans, Awareness, Civil War, Crime, Police, Portrait, Social Media, Violence

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04-Jun-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


We Are Living in a Failed State 

 

The virus should have united Americans against a common threat. With different leadership, it might have. Instead, even as it spread from blue to red areas, attitudes broke down along familiar partisan lines. The virus also should have been a great leveler. You don’t have to be in the military or in debt to be a target—you just have to be human. But from the start, its effects have been skewed by the inequality that we’ve tolerated for so long. When tests for the virus were almost impossible to find, the wealthy and connected—the model and reality-TV host Heidi Klum, the entire roster of the Brooklyn Nets, the president’s conservative allies—were somehow able to get tested, despite many showing no symptoms. The smattering of individual results did nothing to protect public health. Meanwhile, ordinary people with fevers and chills had to wait in long and possibly infectious lines, only to be turned away because they weren’t actually suffocating. An internet joke proposed that the only way to find out whether you had the virus was to sneeze in a rich person’s face.

The Atlantic

Tags: Americans, Coronavirus, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Heartless, Insensitivity, Interference, Mental Health, New World Order, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parental Responsibility, Perception, Politics, Poverty, Preference, Preservation, Safety, Supremacy, Threat, Treatment, Unruly Child, Writing

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21-Apr-2020


Christian Privilege Is Spreading Like a Virus

 

At the end of March, President Trump attempted to reassure Americans who are feeling the stress of the coronavirus pandemic by inviting Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, to speak at his daily press briefing.

Calling America a “nation [that] had turned his back on God,” Mr. Lindell encouraged people to “use this time at home to get back in the Word, read our Bibles, and spend time with our families.”

“Christian privilege” is the term atheists and nonreligious people frequently use to describe how Christian viewpoints, particularly conservative evangelical ones like those expressed by Lindell and Graham, are favored over nonreligious viewpoints in our law and culture. If you ask most Americans, they believe that the separation of church and state enshrined in the U.S. Constitution should apply to everyone and prevent the government from giving taxpayer dollars or special favoritism to churches. Sadly, this is less and less true.

Advocate

Tags: Abuse, Action, Activism, Americans, Challenge, Cowardice, Environment, Exclusivity, Greed, Humiliation, Inhumanity, Injury, Insensitivity, Interference, Invasion, Judgment, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Nature, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parental Responsibility, Politics, Power, Preference, Preservation, Privilege, Religion, Sad, Safety, Threat, Treatment, Trending

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17-Apr-2020


More Americans OK with businesses not serving gays based on religion, survey finds 

 

Support for LGBTQ nondiscrimination protections edged up slightly from 2015 to 2019, but during that same time, support for “religious refusal” laws that allow businesses to deny service to gay men and lesbians increased, according to an annual survey released Tuesday by the nonpartisan Public Religion Research Institute, or PRRI.

Seventy-two percent of the more than 40,000 Americans surveyed said they favored nondiscrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals in 2019, a five-year high, while 56 percent said they opposed allowing small businesses to refuse products and services to gays if doing so would violate their religious beliefs, down from 61 percent in 2016.

Robert P. Jones, CEO of PRRI, called this a “complex finding” and noted that views on religiously based service refusals buck the broader trend of increasing support for LGBTQ rights and protections found in PRRI’s 2019 American Values Atlas.

“Among conservatives and Republicans, there has been a steady drumbeat around religious liberty,” Jones said, “and I think it has started to have some traction in the bigger national debate.”

NBC News

Tags: Action, Activism, Americans, Discrimination, Enabler, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Homophobia, Interference, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, New World Order, Politics, Religion, Representation, Stereotype, Treatment

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14-Apr-2020


Two black men say they were kicked out of Walmart for wearing protective masks. Others worry it will happen to them. 

 

Kip Diggs glanced at his reflection in the rearview mirror before heading into the grocery store: a baby-blue bandanna — matching his University of North Carolina baseball cap — masked his nose, mouth and salt-and-pepper beard.

The 53-year-old Nashville marketing consultant had chosen his face covering carefully for his trip to Kroger on Sunday, his first outing since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines advising Americans to cover their faces to slow the spread of covid-19.

“As an African American man, I have to be cognizant of the things I do and where I go, so appearances matter,” Diggs said. “I have pink, lime green, Carolina blue so I don’t look menacing. I want to take a lot of that stigma and risk out as best I can.”

A recent report of a police officer following young black men who wore masks while shopping has amplified fears among people of color of being profiled as criminals or gang members. Civil rights leaders, politicians and community activists worry that concerns of racial bias will discourage black people from wearing masks to protect themselves and others, further increasing their exposure to a virus that is disproportionately infecting and killing African Americans.

Washington Post

Kyle Larson appears to use racial slur on NASCAR iRacing live stream

If you hate being considered a thug, don't celebrate them. 13-Apr-2020

Tags: Americans, Coronavirus, Environment, Fear, Health, Hypocrisy, Lifestyle, Profiling, Representation, Safety, Sports, Stereotype, Supremacy, Survival, Threat, Thug, Treatment, Worship

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13-Apr-2020


Coronavirus hits poor, minority communities harder 

 

The coronavirus doesn't discriminate, but minorities and low-income families are bearing the brunt.

Why it matters: The impact of the coronavirus is reflecting the racial and socioeconomic disparities of the cities where it’s spreading and the health care system that’s struggling to contain it.

The big picture: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week called the virus “the great equalizer,” because anyone can get it. And while it’s true everyone’s at risk, New York itself is a stark illustration of just how unequal the virus’ toll really is.

The highest concentration of cases in New York City are in neighborhoods in Queens with large immigrant populations and low average incomes, according to city data analyzed by the Wall Street Journal.

And New York is not alone.

By the numbers: Nationwide demographic data aren’t available, and the quality of state and local recordkeeping varies widely. But the clear trend in preliminary data from multiple metro areas is hard to ignore.

The county that contains Charlotte, N.C. is about 33% black, but black residents make up roughly 44% of its coronavirus cases, according to the Charlotte Observer.

AXIOS

Doctors say India must prepare for an 'onslaught' as one of Asia's biggest slums reports first coronavirus death

Bodies are being left in the streets in an overwhelmed Ecuadorian city

Early Data Shows African Americans Have Contracted and Died of Coronavirus at an Alarming Rate

‘Children in a dog cage’: how coronavirus puts Asia’s most vulnerable at greater risk of homelessness, human trafficking

‘We could get wiped out’: American Indians have the highest rates of diseases that make covid-19 more lethal

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Children, Community, Coronavirus, Death, Environment, Lifestyle, Neglect, Parental Burden, Politics, Population Control, Poverty, Preservation, Privilege, Race, Representation, Sad, Safety, Statistics, Survival, Threat, Tragedy, Treatment, Vulnerable, World

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04-Apr-2020


Michael Rapaport Drops 24 F-Bombs In Angry Rant Against Coronavirus Revelers 

 

Public health officials are urging people to remain inside as much as possible to prevent the spread of coronavirus, yet news footage shows crowded parks and beaches in some places.

And actor Michael Rapaport is pretty angry about the whole thing.

Readers be warned: Rapaport’s language is salty.

“Get your little, dirty, fucking grubby, selfish, YOLO fucking dumb tattooed faces in the fucking house,” he said, addressing younger people.

And parents? You’re not off the hook, either.

“Parents, get your fucking kids,” Rapaport said. “This nice guy shit? It’s done. Get your fucking kids in the fucking house.”

Huffpost

N.J. Man Faces Charges for Allegedly Coughing on Grocery Worker, Saying He Had Coronavirus

Tags: Americans, Celebrity, Charge, Coronavirus, Covidiot, Criticism, Daddy Squish, Employment, Environment, Food, Health, Men In Charge, Parental Crime, Reckless, Representation, Sad, Saving The Environment!, Social Media

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26-Mar-2020




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