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Family Of Eric Logan Files Lawsuit Against Police Officer, City Of South Bend

HOW TO DEFEAT WHITE PEOPLE

'An Archive. Proof of Institutional, Systematic Racism. Throughout History, and in Today's Society. In America and Abroad.' https://www.whytheracecardisplayed.com/
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The 1619 Project - The New York Times

RACE MEME

AMERICA, IT IS TIME TO TALK ABOUT REPARATIONS

BLACK MEN'S BIGGEST ENEMY - BLACK FEMALES

Getting killed by police is a leading cause of death for young black men in America...The Black Male Incarceration Problem Is Real and It’s Catastrophic...African American men’s health disparities...Breaking myths about black fatherhood...Black females have been a weapon of white men used against black men for a very long time. https://www.whytheracecardisplayed.com/

SHOULD THERE BE A TAX ON CULTURE? #CULTURETAX

How could only 13% of a population have such a global impact? White people seem obsessed with black people and culture. They are late to cultural changes. Who does that? Who still stays that anymore? No one. But they don't realize that. https://www.whytheracecardisplayed.com/ https://youtu.be/c_23Zv1uRrM

SHOULD THERE BE A TAX ON CULTURE? #CULTURETAX

White people seem obsessed with black people and culture. They are late to cultural changes. Who does that? Who still stays that anymore? No one. But they don't realize that. https://www.whytheracecardisplayed.com/

How the Vietnam War Shaped U.S. Immigration Policy

Environmental racism in the United States

The Igbo Landing

Igbo Landing (alternatively written as Ibo Landing, Ebo Landing, or Ebos Landing) is a historic site at Dunbar Creek on St. Simons Island, Glynn County, Georgia. It was the setting of a mass suicide in 1803 by captive Igbo people who had taken control of their slave ship and refused to submit to slavery in the United States. The event's moral value as a story of resistance towards slavery has symbolic importance in African American folklore and literary history. https://www.whytheracecardisplayed.com/

DEBATE ABOUT INSTITUTIONAL RACISM

@theconsciouslee
LINK IN MY BIO For the entire debate Link in my bio.. I was Challenged to a debate about Systemic Racism. Me a Professor, Debate Coach and Social Media Influencer was challenged by Former LAPD Officer, Veteran and Social Media Personality... We Actually gained a little more respect for each other by the time the debate ended too 🤷🏾‍♂️ https://www.whytheracecardisplayed.com/

WATCH: ‘Why didn’t you stay in Mexico?’

Audience gasps as a racist interrupts a Latino man talking about the racism his son experiences at a Diversity and inclusion school meeting in Michigan. https://www.whytheracecardisplayed.co...

WHY THE RACE CARD IS PLAYED

'An Archive. Proof of Institutional, Systematic Racism. Throughout History, and in Today's Society. In America and Abroad.' https://www.whytheracecardisplayed.com/

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Stop Asking Black People If You Can Touch Their Hair A recently viral video has reignited the debate about Black hair and the politics surrounding it. In a Twitter video that has amassed over 6.5 million views, a Black woman assumed to be named Gracie, is seen with her natural hair out, in what looks to be her workplace, as her presumably non-Black coworkers surround her and touch her hair in awe. One of the individuals in the video is heard saying “you’ve never seen natural Black hair?” Aside from the sanitary concerns that come with people touching your hair, the act of touching a coworker is wholly inappropriate and unprofessional. Even asking “can I touch your hair?” is inappropriate and should be prohibited. ‘I don’t understand what is so egregious about asking an employee to touch their hair’, you may wonder. You may also be thinking ‘but I really like her braids and want to see how they feel’ or ‘I’ve never seen an afro up close and wanted to see what the texture was like.’ It …

Racism and ecological injustice combine in 'reckless, racist' Atlantic Coast Pipeline fight

#IowaCaucuses 2020

Why liberal white women pay a lot of money to learn over dinner how they're racist

The Long History of the Anti-Abortion Movement’s Links to White Supremacists

Donald Trump’s long history of racism, from the 1970s to 2019

Op-Ed: Beyond #OscarsSoWhite, Hollywood needs to confront historic racism on the big screen

Did Patrick Mahomes Really Defend George Zimmerman? Alleged Tweets Spark Debate

TO BE BLACK IN THE CORPORATE WORLD

Fight Racism @AfricaThen If you’ve been a black person in the corporate western world, you know about this. You have no idea how dumb you sound. 2020, enough with the micro aggressions. Ignorance is a disease. ✊🏿 https://www.whytheracecardisplayed.com/

TO BE BLACK IN THE CORPORATE WORLD

Fight Racism @AfricaThen If you’ve been a black person in the corporate western world, you know about this. You have no idea how dumb you sound. 2020, enough with the micro aggressions. Ignorance is a disease. ✊🏿 https://www.whytheracecardisplayed.com/

Racism 'still very much alive' in Canada as stereotypes around coronavirus spread, some warn

Trump Voters Ignoring President’s ‘Racism’ Causing GOP Defections

Prince William to make speech about 'racism' but fans asks where he was when Meghan was

WATCH ACTOR ACKNOWLEDGE SYSTEMATIC RACISM

See - a white man acknowledged the existence of systemic racism, and the uneven distribution of privilege and opportunity, and it did not kill him. It did not rend him limb from limb.
@piersmorgan take note. You might learn something. https://www.whytheracecardisplayed.com/

RAPE IN JAPAN INCREASED 8 TIMES DURING U.S. OCCUPATION

THERE WERE OVER 340 RAPES A DAY COMMITTED BY AMERICAN SOLDIERS DURING THE U.S. OCCUPATION IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE JAPANESE SURRENDER OF WW2. https://www.whytheracecardisplayed.com/