Yes, that’s apparently a serious question. I spotted a petition yesterday on Change.org innocuously entitled “Change WRJ to River Junction.” Before reading the petition itself, one can deduce that “WRJ” stands for “White River Junction,” a town in central Vermont.
Eighty-one percent of black Americans said they would prefer if police spend the same amount of time or more time in their neighborhoods, according to a Gallup survey released Wednesday.
To be sure, these mayors are in favor of reforms to how policing is carried out, but the notion that black communities, especially those dealing with higher levels of crime, want fewer or zero police on the streets, is untrue. The opposite is the case.
Sen. Kamala Harris of California and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York are teaming up on a proposal requiring lawmakers who introduce climate bills to consider the impact such legislation will have on black people and poor communities.
School districts searching for a racial justice flag alternative to the controversial BLM flag might want to consider the banner of the Booker T. Washington Society (BTWS), an Essex Junction mom told her local school board in a letter yesterday.
There is nothing random or spontaneous about the “peaceful protests” we see on the nightly news. None of the riots that incite violence, looting and vandalism are “our youth expressing their frustration.”
How have identity politics, victimhood, and identitarian division contributed to the destruction of America? How can this ideology be rebuffed?
“There are so many parallels between McCarthyism and this bogus Black Lives Matter crime being perpetrated on the American people. Black Lives do matter, but not more than all our lives. … All lives matter, and to say so is not hate speech,” Flanders said.
Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune disavowed co-founder John Muir Wednesday, citing racist beliefs the iconic conservationist once held, and relationships he forged with people who supported white supremacy.
The Associated Press, a U.S. wire service and news outlet, announced Monday that it will capitalize “black” when referring to the racial group in its stories, but not “white.”
Recent looting, arson and targeted violence against police wasn’t about police reform, and the assassination of police officers wasn’t about mourning or respecting George Floyd — so what’s really going on?