"After more than 200 failed attempts to outlaw lynching, Congress is finally
succeeding in taking the long overdue action by passing the Emmett Till
Antilynching Act. Hallelujah. It's long overdue," said Majority Leader
Chuck Schumer in remarks on the Senate floor after the bill's passage.
That it took so long to pass is a "bitter stain" on America, the New York Democrat added.
"The first antilynching legislation was introduced a century ago, and after
so long, the Senate has now finally addressed one of the most shameful
elements of this nation's past by making lynching a federal crime," he
well this is a bit surprising...
i doubt anyone will go back and look at this now
kmele foster interviews amy cooper and discusses with bari weiss
foster was especially enlightened after he listened to the entire 911 call
i decided to listen to the podcast in the background while working
turns out christian cooper has initiated this kind of confrontation before
well this is a bit surprising... i doubt anyone will go back and look at this now kmele foster interviews amy cooper and discusses with bari weiss foster was especially enlightened after he listened to the entire 911 call i decided to listen to the podcast in the background while working turns out christian cooper has initiated this kind of confrontation before
Not particularly impressed with Black Lives Matter. That said, I fully support the notion that oppressed visible minorities have an inherent right to hurt their own. Maybe BLM would like to bring Robert Mugabe back from the grave to help make Black people in North America suffer?
The BLM trash in Toronto recently got involved in a debate that saw the Green Party of Canada implode. The spokesperson for BLM (Canada) expressed support for the anti-Semitic ethnic cleansing of the Holy Lands.
Fellow anti-Arab terrorists in North America should rejoice at this source of political support for a greater and more glorious Israel with its lovely discourse of cultural superiority.
After that, it is hard not to think of BLM Canada as just more vocal racist trash.
Which is all well and good, but wonderfully beside the point.
The issue here is to get everyone on board, including marginalised groups. All of the semantic bullshit going on between members of the dominant culture as to whether they or their systems are racist or discriminatory under their own definitions and which definitions apply is all well and good but is not going to do anything to get marginalised groups on board, if all you want them to do at the end of the day is suck it up and shut up anyway.
It gets worse when the institutions are designed to be fair and equal but are demonstrably exercised in ways that are not. Then your credibility is shot so you can talk till you are blue in the face.
Not very helpful.
You're missing my point which is purely about a definition. I am not advocating for boycotts or anything else if that is what you think was my point.