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The Fruits of White Supremacy-- Murder and Violence

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2 hours ago, jakeem said:

According to NBC Nightly News, the white nationalist protesters  today in DC were made up of fewer than two dozen individuals.

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18 minutes ago, Princess of Tap said:

According to NBC Nightly News, the white nationalist protesters  today in DC were made up of fewer than two dozen individuals.

aw shoot!

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1 hour ago, Princess of Tap said:

According to NBC Nightly News, the white nationalist protesters  today in DC were made up of fewer than two dozen individuals.

I assume you're upset that there wasn't more protesters since the small number doesn't fit the narrative you have been pushing here since Trump ran for President.

 

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3 hours ago, jakeem said:

Andrew Cuomo Retweeted Donald J. Trump

.@RealDonaldTrump: What you say would be 'great again' would not be great at all...We will not go back to discrimination, segregation, sexism, isolationism, racism or the_KKK.

Like NY's motto says: Excelsior -- Ever Upward (not backward)

Jim Crow was never great.

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7 hours ago, jakeem said:

Fifty-five years ago today, Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his most memorable speech: “I have a dream.”

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The Rev Dr Martin Luther King jr.'s Non-violent movement against the violence of white supremacy made him and his followers victims of the violence of white supremacy.

He and his many followers both black and white suffered direct intimidation, threats, illegal incarceration and violence from the perpetrators of white supremacy.

But Rev King never wavered from his message of non-violence  in his goal to end Southern Jim Crow laws and the national disgrace of institutionalized racism.

Rev King's message was one not just of civil rights for black Americans, but a dedication to  the Human Rights of all Americans.

This was witnessed in the women's rights and gay rights movements in America, which took their cue from him.

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47 minutes ago, mr6666 said:

The HillVerified account @thehill 2h2 hours ago

 
 

Trump said condemning white supremacists was "biggest f--king mistake I’ve made":

report http://hill.cm/0H0NRPs 

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It looks pretty official, the chief executive is a white supremacist-- but how else could you describe the birther- in- chief who bullied and harassed the innocent Central Park 5.

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4 hours ago, jakeem said:

Ruby Bridges, the first black student to integrate an elementary school in the South, is 64 today.

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Yes, white supremacy stood outside that school in New Orleans in 1960, appearing as white mothers and Housewives - - women who called themselves " Christians " were hurling epithets and throwing things, while making filthy vulgar comments and shaking their fists at that sweet little girl.

The threatened violence of these white supremacists forced the Federal government to have her accompanied by 4 Federal Marshals.

As the white supremacists parents removed their children one by one from the school,  while white supremacist teachers inside refused to teach the black child.

As a result one Brave teacher stood up and taught Ruby Bridges in a class of one.

 

TODAY--

These are the same white supremacists in spirit who support trump.

Whose support that he welcomes and caters to.

 

 The actors in American white supremacist history may change,

but their toxicity and hatred Still Remains.

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11 hours ago, jakeem said:

Funeral after four African-American girls were killed in Baptist church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama on September 15, 1963: #Haun

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11 hours ago, jakeem said:

Doug Jones Retweeted BCRI

This morning in 1963, four innocent little girls lost their lives from an act of pure evil. I came to know their incredible families nearly four decades later while prosecuting two of the Ku Klux Klan bombers. Their pain will never go away, but justice has been a powerful antidote.

One young victim was the childhood friend of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

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6 hours ago, jakeem said:

The FBI reopened the 1963 bombing at 16th Baptist Church in Birmingham - the coldest of cold cases - in 1997 & convicted 2 defendants by interviewing witnesses & uncovering new evidence. Don’t tell me they can't complete a background regarding Judge Kavanaugh’s high school conduct.

See above

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