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Italians divided over whether Black man’s beating death was motivated by racism 

 

Willy Monteiro Duarte was born in Rome to parents from Cape Verde. He had just become an Italian citizen, and at 21 years old, was an aspiring chef at a hotel in a town near Rome.

All of that ended on Sept. 6 when he tried to break up a fight — and instead was beaten to death himself.

“Fascism in Italy has this history of the cult of the male body, of the strong body, of the strong myth of Rome that ruled the world and so on — a myth of domination,” said Marcello Maneri, an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Milan Bicocca who studies race and power.

“These people [the two brothers] acted like they owned the community," he said. “They wanted to patrol their territory. In the end, I think when they saw this Black guy, they thought, ‘We are the people who must control this territory, not him.’”

Italians divided over whether Black man’s beating death was motivated by racism

Community Decides That Swastika, New York Will Not Change Its Name

University of Georgia Fraternity Suspended Over Racist Group Texts

“THIS DOES FEEL LIKE A DIFFERENT MOMENT”: AS PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR BLACK LIVES MATTER DROPS OFF, WILL CORPORATE AMERICA STAY THE COURSE?

Tags: Activism, Attack, Bullying, Business, Change, Coronavirus, Death, Education, Hate, Judgment, Murder, Name, Politics, Privilege, Racial Tension, Safety, Social Distancing, Social Media, Support, Town, World, Youth

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24-Sep-2020


 

It's not snitching if it gets a white woman in trouble. 19-Sep-2020

Tags: Environment, Etiquette, Hate, Hostility, Judgment, Life Sucks!, Lifestyle, Tired, Violence

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19-Sep-2020


A Neighbour Went on a Racist Tirade Over Mural Painted on Family's Garage 

 

A Toronto-area mom received an anonymous note accusing her of making her neighbourhood “ghetto” because she had a mural painted on her garage door.

Earlier this week, Sapna Shah, who lives in South Etobicoke, said on Facebook she received a “nasty message” in response to the mural, which shows rolling golden hills and some constellations.

Shah posted the note, which said (in all caps), “You just devalued all of the homes in this area with that hideous graffiti at the front of your house. It has made the entire neighbourhood look like a low income ghetto.”

“Every visitor we have will now have to drive by that shit on the way to us like they’re driving through the hood,” the note said.

A Neighbour Went on a Racist Tirade Over Mural Painted on Family's Garage

Tags: Complaint, Cultural, Environment, Hate, Hostility, Judgment, Neighbor, Politics, Racial Tension

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18-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


Jon Gosselin accused of physically abusing 16-year-old son Collin 

 

Jon Gosselin may be under investigation over an alleged incident involving his son, Collin Gosselin.

The claims came in the form of a now-deleted social media post viewed by the outlet.

“My dad is a liar,” Colin wrote in the since-deleted post. “Yesterday he beat me up and thought nothing of it, he punched me in the face and gave me a swollen nose and I started bleeding. He then continued to kick me in the ribs after I was on the floor. He is a liar.”

Jon Gosselin accused of physically abusing 16-year-old son Collin

Meryl Streep’s nephew accused of racial slurs in alleged road-rage beatdown

N.C. Teen Was Fatally Stabbed by Younger Brother: Mom Says Slain Daughter 'Will Always Be My Hero'

Idaho Dad Allegedly ‘Did Nothing To Save His Son’ As Wife Tortured and Killed Child

Boy, 5, who died after granite tabletop fell on his head at wedding reception at suburban Chicago hotel

School security guard, 35, is ordered to pay $3 million to the family of 17-year-old student who he 'groomed and sexually assaulted 40 times over two years'

Man Charged After Allegedly Trying to Kidnap Girl, 6, in Front of Her Blind Father

'Child snatch' horror: Man is wrestled to the ground after 'trying to abduct' four-year-old at a South African restaurant as terrified mother tries to hold on to the girl

Tags: $, Accident, Accusation, Celebration, Celebrity, Children, Choices, Court, Death, Education, Enforcement, Environment, Family, Investigation, Judgment, Kidnap, Minors, Murder, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Prison, Racism, Rape, Video, Violence, Wedding, Youth

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12-Sep-2020


Tearful Lori Loughlin tells virtual Zoom courtroom she is 'deeply sorry' as she is sentenced to two months in prison and her husband Mossimo Giannulli is sentenced to five for paying $500,000 to get their daughters into college 

 

Lori Loughlin will spend two months in prison and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli will spend five months in prison for their role in the college bribery scandal.

The Full House actress appeared before Judge Nathaniel Gorton on Zoom on Friday afternoon, hours after her husband's hearing.

She wore a white shirt and nodded intently while listening to the judge then broke down in tears as she told the virtual courtroom how sorry she was and that she would work the rest of her life to redeem herself.

Tearful Lori Loughlin

Toddler brothers, aged three and one, die after getting trapped in a car parked outside their family home for 90 minutes as temperatures inside hit 135F

Brooklyn mom, six kids kicked off JetBlue plane after toddler refused to wear mask

An Epidemic of Depression and Anxiety Among Young Adults

Opinion: Protesting parents don't get it. The Big Ten is looking out for football players' health

How Angelina Jolie is helping to hide skeletons in Brad Pitt’s closet

Seal fears Heidi Klum has ‘hidden agenda’ to permanently move kids to Germany

Tags: $, Cancellation, Celebrity, Children, Coronavirus, Death, Divorce, Education, Fraud, Greed, Judgment, Mental Health, Parental Crime, Prison, Privilege, Protest, Safety, Spoiled, Sports, Travel, Unruly Child, Weather, Youth

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22-Aug-2020


Gay couple violently attacked by homophobes in public swimming pool for wearing ‘too narrow’ trunks 

 

A gay couple were reportedly spat on and choked by pool patrons for having “too narrow swimming trunks and an earring in the ear”.

The victims told Our Cafe Newspaper: “One of the men defiantly spat at our feet, and then began to shout and insult in the presence of other vacationers.

“We were warned that we will burn in hell, and can not leave the pool alive.

Gay couple violently attacked by homophobes in public swimming pool for wearing ‘too narrow’ trunks

Tags: Attack, Cultural, Etiquette, Fashion, Gay, Judgment, LGBTQ, Men In Charge, Safety, Violence, Youth

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21-Aug-2020


Two women say ex-Washington RB Derrius Guice raped them at LSU when he was a freshman 

 

Two former Louisiana State University students said recently released Washington Football Team running back Derrius Guice raped them months apart in 2016, when he was a rising star freshman on the LSU football team.

A USA TODAY investigation found that the women’s allegations were shared at the time with multiple people at the school – including at least two coaches, an athletics administrator and a nurse – yet the school does not appear to have investigated.

As the holder of LSU’s single-game rushing record and No. 5 on the Tigers’ career rushing list, Guice was expected to be a first-round pick in the 2018 draft. But he fell to the end of the second round amid concerns about his maturity and accountability. Injuries have plagued his short professional career, and Washington cut him Aug. 7 after his arrest the same day in Virginia on multiple domestic violence charges.

Two women say ex-Washington RB Derrius Guice raped them at LSU when he was a freshman

NYC Man Who Raped Woman He Followed Off Bus and Asked for Directions Gets 12 Years

Comedian Bryan Callen dropped by agents at CAA, Innovative Artists

Tags: Celebrity, Complaint, Domestic Violence, Education, Employment, Entertainment, Judgment, Punishment, Rape, Sex, Sports, Termination, Violence, Woman's Rights

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21-Aug-2020


NJ woman gets 15 years for killing wife, digging her grave 

 

A New Jersey woman who shot her wife in the face and proceeded to dig a grave in their backyard has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.

Laura Bluestein, 31, of Mount Holly, was sentenced Wednesday after being convicted in February of first-degree aggravated manslaughter and tampering with evidence in the August 2017 shooting death of 29-year-old Felicia Dormans, prosecutors said.

“Today, after three years of legal maneuvering to evade responsibility for the senseless killing of the woman she claimed to be ‘the love of her life,’ Laura Bluestein must finally face the consequences of her malicious and evasive actions,” Burlington County Scott Prosecutor Coffina said in a statement.

NJ woman gets 15 years for killing wife, digging her grave

Tags: Crime, Judgment, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Marriage, Murder, Prison, Violence

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21-Aug-2020


A Black Marxist Scholar Wanted to Talk About Race. It Ignited a Fury. 

 

Adolph Reed is a son of the segregated South, a native of New Orleans who organized poor Black people and antiwar soldiers in the late 1960s and became a leading Socialist scholar at a trio of top universities.

Along the way, he acquired the conviction, controversial today, that the left is too focused on race and not enough on class. Lasting victories were achieved, he believed, when working class and poor people of all races fought shoulder to shoulder for their rights.

“Adolph Reed and his ilk believe that if we talk about race too much we will alienate too many, and that will keep us from building a movement,” said Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, a Princeton professor of African-American studies and a D.S.A. member. “We don’t want that — we want to win white people to an understanding of how their racism has fundamentally distorted the lives of Black people.”

A contrary view is offered by Professor Reed and some prominent scholars and activists, many of whom are Black. They see the current emphasis in the culture on race-based politics as a dead-end. They include Dr. West; the historians Barbara Fields of Columbia University and Toure Reed — Adolph’s son — of Illinois State; and Bhaskar Sunkara, founder of Jacobin, a Socialist magazine.

“An obsession with disparities of race has colonized the thinking of left and liberal types,” Professor Reed told me. “There’s this insistence that race and racism are fundamental determinants of all Black people’s existence.”

A Black Marxist Scholar Wanted to Talk About Race. It Ignited a Fury

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Cancellation, Cultural, Etiquette, Free Speech, Judgment, Men In Charge, Opinion, Overreaction, Politics

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14-Aug-2020


Showtime fires Paulie Malignaggi over controversial remarks on racism, racial oppression 

 

Showtime Boxing returns tonight (August 1st) from Uncasville, CT with a vacant WBO bantamweight title between Tramaine Williams and Angelo Leo as the main event, but the broadcast will not feature Paulie Malignaggi’s analysis. In fact, Showtime has axed Malignaggi altogether.

Boxing Scene first reported that the retired former world champion was removed from Showtime Boxing broadcasts for comments he made back in April in an IFL TV interview that he apparently refused to apologize for. When the apology wasn’t issued, Showtime gave Malignaggi the boot. Abner Mares will take his place at least for tonight’s broadcast.

Now we get to Paulie. He directly addressed Haney’s comments by saying that through boxing history, the sport has been dominated by different racial/ethnic groups, and he claims that African-American fighters are no longer the dominant force in boxing like they were in the 30-50 years ago.

Showtime fires Paulie Malignaggi over controversial remarks on racism, racial oppression

Tags: Celebration, Employment, Entertainment, Journalism, Judgment, Opinion, Overreaction, Protest, Racial Tension, Rejection, Society, Sports, Termination

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01-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


A Black Teen Was Jailed for Failing to Finish Her Online Schoolwork

 

When schools across the country canceled in-person classes amid the coronavirus outbreak this spring, student participation plummeted. Some students — in particular, those from low-income families — lacked adequate access to computers and Wi-Fi to complete their online coursework. Children with disabilities, who often require more in-person support, also struggled to adjust to the abrupt transition to remote learning. But participation issues were widespread: In early April, per the New York Times, teachers in districts across the country were reporting that fewer than half of their students were routinely participating in virtual learning.

Yet despite how common school-participation issues have been amid the pandemic, not all cases have been treated with leniency. ProPublica reports that in mid-May, a Michigan judge found a 15-year-old Black student guilty of “failure to submit any schoolwork and getting up for school,” and sent her to juvenile detention.

Per Judge Mary Ellen Brennan’s ruling, the severe sentence was warranted because the student, Grace — who attends a predominately white school — was on probation for fighting with her mom and stealing another student’s cell phone. Failing to complete her coursework, the judge ruled, was a direct violation of Grace’s probation. At the sentencing, Brennan described Grace as a “threat to (the) community,” and ordered that she be sent to Children’s Village, a 216-occupancy youth detention center. She has been in custody since May 14, when she was removed from the courtroom in handcuffs. In early September, there will be a hearing to review the case.

The Cut

Tags: Education, Enforcement, Judgment, Punishment, Unruly Child, Youth

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15-Jul-2020


Woman charged with assault for pulling a gun on a black family during Chipotle parking lot argument claims she was the victim of 'ethnic intimidation' and thought 'she was going to die' 

 

A white woman who was charged after she was filmed pulling a gun on an unarmed black woman and her daughters broke down in tears during a televised interview in which she describes how she feared for her life after the family blocked her from getting into her car and then started banging on it when she was inside.

Daily Mail

Vile bigot who flew Nazi flag to show his ‘total opposition Black Lives Matter and the gays’ says he was attacked by vigilantes

This Woman Lost Her Job For Sharing Art Showing Lynched KKK Members Because A Colleague Felt

Protester: Man pulls gun on anniversary of flag’s removal

Black student at Texas A&M who claimed he found racist notes on his car saying the n-word, 'all lives matter,' and 'you don't belong here' put them there himself, campus cops say

Detroit police are forced to release bodycam footage of fatal shooting of Hakim Littleton to show he was armed and fired at them - after protests erupted following his death

Friend of NFL stars DeAndre Baker and Quinton Dunbar accused of orchestrating $55,000 pay-off 'to silence victims of their armed robbery' after records reveal damning social media posts, video footage

'We're taking back the streets': Mayor Bill de Blasio orders MORE cops to be stationed across NYC to curb gun violence after weeks of bloodshed with 142% surge in shootings - despite slashing NYPD budget by $1billion

Tags: $, Accusation, Activism, All Rights, Art Deletion, Employment, Environment, Fear, Guns, Hostility, Judgment, LGBTQ, Police, Politics, Privacy, Protest, Racial Tension, Racism, Reverse Racism, Sports, Students, Supremacy, Termination, Theft, Treatment, Video, Women In Charge

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11-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




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