racism in America

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Notes From the Resistance Feb. 9, 2017

Jeff Sessions is unqualified to represent us at Justice; saying so isn’t just Senator Warren’s right, it is a moral imperative. Continue reading

Trump v. Leaky

“People frequently ask me why I devote so much time to seeking out facts about man’s past…the past shows clearly that we all have a common origin and that our differences in race, colour and creed are only superficial.” ~Anthropologist Louis S. B. Leakey, born this day in 1903 Now, who agrees? ***

When someone says “Oscars,” Remember Sacheen Cruz Littlefeather

  Before this year’s protest of the Oscars for race-based policies, there was Marlon Brando’s acceptance speech in 1973.  A speech that he didn’t even give. Here’s the tape — check it out.     ***

Desperately Seeking a Suspicious Black Man

Desperately Seeking a Suspicious Black Man The gun-totin’, Stand-Your-Ground far right has been declaring racism in America deader than Elvis for years now. How can there be racism, they wail, in a country that elected — twice! — a Muslim Kenyan-born Marxist — with the middle name Hussein, no less? Get real! Enough justices on … Continue reading