Tag: postcivil rights era in african american history

NYC Statue of George Floyd Vandalized Again in New Location

Statue of George Floyd in New York City Vandalized Again in New Location Police say the man appears to crouch behind the monument mixing the paint before throwing it. Cleanup efforts are currently underway. This is the second time the statue has been vandalized in a show of cowardly racism. The Root reported that it […]

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Whole Foods Gets Dragged Over Anti-Racism Sign

Whole Foods Dragged by Black Twitter Over Anti-Racism Sign Then, of course, Twitter did what it does and dragged the expensive grocery store chain over its hypocrisy. The user who uploaded the photo quote tweeted it and said, “This shit is deranged.” One user, @mersrulesworld_, responded to the tweet saying, ”I applied there , walked […]

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The Unbearable Whiteness of the Democratic Party…and America

The Unbearable Whiteness of the Democratic Party…and America Advertisement Of course, reconciliation is a complex process that can only be determined by the Senate Parliamentarian, who interprets the rules of the Senate. It’s not like Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) can just fire or overrule the Parliamentarian. Except he can. It wouldn’t even be […]

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