White supremacy is thinking that ending black protest is a better goal than ending the murder of black lives

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Racism is so American

Racism is so American

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TOP TEN REASONS NOT TO SALUTE, STAND FOR ANTHEM, OR RESPECT AMERIKKKAN FLAG

TOP TEN REASONS NOT TO SALUTE, STAND FOR ANTHEM, OR RESPECT AMERIKKKAN FLAG

#BlackLivesMatter #LaquanMcDonald Tweets 12.1

#BlackLivesMatter #LaquanMcDonald Tweets 12.1

#BlackOnCampus

#BlackOnCampus (2015) is a Twitter hashtag that went viral this week in the wake of protests against racism at US universities – Yale, Mizzou and, now, at Ithaca College. In all three cases, those in authority refused to face up to the racism at their universities.


Racism at universities is nothing new:
 PWIs (Predominately White Institutions) have always been racist. First by not admitting Blacks at all, then by making them and other students of colour feel unwelcomed and unsafe, turning a blind eye to the racism they face, writing it off as “isolated incidents”, being “oversensitive” and so on.


Black Twitter weighs in:

 

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#BlackLivesMatter Tweets 11.12

#BlackLivesMatter Tweets 11.12

Video of boy, 13, being lynched triggers protests #Justice4Rajon #JusticeForRajon

The grisly lynching of Samiul Alam Rajon, 13, accused of theft has sparked protests in Bangladesh, after footage of the killing went viral on social media.

 

903 people were lynched in Bangladesh since January 2009, and at least 60 people were lynched in the past six months.

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