racist tuesdays

The woman in that video screaming and being a racist c u next Tuesday because she doesn't want her son to be seen by a coloured doctor!!

If your kid was at deaths door or ill enough for you to take him to the doctors you wouldn’t care what colour the doctor was you would just want your child to be seen and sorted out!!


Fucking disgusting!!

I feel sorry for those doctors who were subjected to her racist slurs and hate!

London terror attack: Huge rise in Islamophobic hate crime following Borough Market stabbing, police figures show

Islamophobic hate crimes jumped fivefold in the wake of the London Bridge terror attack, new figures show.

The data, collated by the Metropolitan Police, reveals there was a 40 per cent increase in racist incidents on 6 June compared with an average day this year.

Provisional figures show the number of racist incidents recorded on Tuesday was 54, compared with a daily average of 38 this year.

Looking only at incidents where the Islam was listed as a trigger, the statistics show a fivefold increase - its highest daily level in 2017.

Twenty such crimes were handled by police on Tuesday, compared with a daily average for 2017 of 3.5.

The number of reported Islamophobic hate crimes was also higher than in the days following the Paris attacks in November 2015 and the murder of Lee Rigby in May 2013.

Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, has encouraged members of the public to report hate crimes to the police, saying the city was adopting a “zero-tolerance approach”.

He said: “One of the greatest things about London is our defiant unity in the face of adversity - and that will not change in the aftermath of this horrific attack.

"Just as the police will do everything possible to root out extremism from our city, so we will take a zero-tolerance approach to hate crime.

"If you witness a hate crime please report it to the police. If you commit a hate crime, you face arrest.”

The spike in reported hate crimes comes just three days after terrorists murdered eight people on London Bridge and outside restaurants and bars near Borough Market.

Mr Khan added: "I’m calling on all Londoners to pull together, and send a clear message around the world that our city will never be divided by these hideous individuals who seek to harm us and destroy our way of life.

"London will never be cowed or divided by terrorism.”

After the suicide bombing in Manchester on 22 May, Muslim leaders warned of a rise in hate crimes in the city.

There was also a spike following the Westminster incident in March, when five people were killed in a car and knife attack.

Craig Mackey, acting Commissioner of the Met, said at the time he had seen a “slight uplift” in the number of anti-Muslim attacks the day after Khalid Masood went on a killing spree.

Commenting on the upsurge, Fiyaz Mughal, founder of Islamophobic helpline Tell Mama, said there was a “measurable and large spike” after the latest attack in London.

“We know from all of the terrorist attacks since 2011 that anti-Muslim hatred spikes sharply in our country after them,” he told The Independent.

“Westminster was the only terrorist attack that did not produce a large spike of anti-Muslim hate incidents.

“We are at the coalface of supporting victims of anti-Muslim hatred and in ensuring that hate crimes are tackled and we know that the Manchester murders produced one of the largest spikes and number of cases that we have seen in 7 days after a terrorist attack.

“Within days of the spike dropping, we have another significant, measurable and large spike after the London Bridge murders.

“Terrorists are trying to divide our communities and society. People who target innocent Muslims who have nothing to do with extremism or terrorism are playing into the hands of Islamist extremist terrorists. This is what they want – divided societies and communities.”

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Interactive site proves the War on Drugs has been undeniably racist

On Tuesday, the American Civil Liberties Union launched The Uncovery, an interactive website that documents the myriad injustices linked to marijuana arrests and convictions. With special focus on the law’s racial disparities, the site allows users to take statistics and share them with friends or legislators as engaging customizable graphics. The whole process takes 60 seconds or less.

The site draws its facts from the ACLU’s “War on Marijuana” report, which incorporates video, graphics, arrest rate statistics and opportunities for citizens to “take action.” A press release characterizes The Uncovery as a “simple, elegant advocacy tool” for marijuana legislation reform.

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‘Ghostbusters’ Star Leslie Jones Combats Racist Twitter Hate, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Responds

As you probably know, Leslie Jones has been dealing with some horrific abuse on Twitter by all kinds of racists and trolls. On Tuesday morning, the Ghostbusters star reached out to Twitter with a passionate plea to somehow stop the abuse, and just hours later, it appears that they have listened!

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted directly to Leslie, showing that they had her issues in their sights, with the message (below):

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Racist Tuesdays

Social media networks have all these lovely themed days like Twitter’s Friday Follow and Tumblr Tuesdays, but I think from here on out, I’m going to observe Racist Tuesdays, during which I will spend the whole day calling people racists.

“I’m not racist!  I hang out with black people all the time!”

Well, congratulations.  Do you want a gold star for not being a card-carrying member of the KKK?  Because that’s all that I can really discern from that statement.  You get two gold stars if you hug your black friends sometimes!

No, but seriously.  Proximity and exposure have the potential to help keep your inner racist demons at bay, but alone do not necessarily extend to the eradication of racism.  Having friends of color does not justify all the things you do and say.  If you think that having friends of color exempts you from criticism, its all the more likely that you are racist.

“I’m not racist!  I’m just only attracted to white people!”

Oh boy.  Do I even need to address this?  I didn’t think so until a huge debate about race and dating was sparked on The Feminist Hub.  There’s a lot of debate as to whether or not sexuality is rooted in biology; making the claim that its not a choice and therefore predetermined is politically strategic (to a degree), but I tend to err more to the side of nurture rather than nature.  Naturalizing anything is pretty problematic.  Everything’s constructed.  I digress.  

While the jury’s still out (I guess) on whether sexual and/or gender orientation are biological, race is not biological.  You can’t look at someone’s DNA and be like “Gosh darn I think its a Mexican!”  It really is just a completely arbitrary category that we’ve made up.  That doesn’t mean that race as a construct isn’t real–people have to live with the material reality of race on a daily basis.  All’s I’m saying is, being attracted to only white people probably has less to do with your biology (over which you conveniently have no control over) and more to do with your perceived notions about other races and how you’ve been socialized to interact with them.  Most socialization is racist.  You can work past it, but you better be ready to acknowledge it first.

“I prefer brunettes over blondes.  Does that make me a racist, then?”

No, but conflating hair color and race does!  Hair color = easily changed for $10 at Walgreens.  Race = you’re usually stuck with it, for better or worse.

“I’m not racist!  Asian girls are hot!  Wanna fuck?”

You are grossing me out.  And you’re racist.  I’m not an exotic novelty plaything, so please go away.

“What about minorities that only date within their race?  Aren’t they racist, too?”

Power + Privilege = Racism.  Yawn, reverse racism argument.

And seriously, after all the shit that you just said, imaginary bigot “you,” can you really blame them?

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No justice, no peace! No racist police!

Tuesday, November 25th A thousand Garfield High School students walked out and marched on the streets of Seattle to the Federal Courthouse. The United Black Clergy and Seattle King Country NAACP organized this rally as “a teaching moment around national legislation on policing and the use of excessive force.” Before we walked out, Garfield’s Black Student Union had a discussion at our school beforehand about the facts of the case, racist policing and police brutality, and what we can do now as a community. We were joined by other schools in a show of solidarity. Long live the revolution!

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Avril Lavigne’s racist “Hello Kitty” video has been pulled from YouTube

Every time the beat drops in Avril Lavigne’s new music video for “Hello Kitty,” she shouts “Kawaii!” like it’s a battle cry. A really racist battle cry.

On Tuesday, Lavigne released the video (since pulled from YouTube) for her new song “Hello Kitty.” The song is offensively bad. The video is offensively racist. In it, Lavigne — like Gwen Stefani before her — bastardizes Japanese Kawaii culture. And she, of course, has a troupe of unsmiling Japanese dancers behind her.

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One of the Women Responsible For The McKinney Police Incident Denies Responsibility: Known Racist Tracey Carver-Allbritton Says She Didn't Start Fight Or Make Racist Comments At Pool Party
"I want the truth to come out and the lies and threats to stop," Tracey Carver-Allbritton said Tuesday at a news conference with her lawyer, Gloria Allred.
By Adolfo Flores

LOS ANGELES — A woman accused of starting a fight at a Texas pool party — where an officer was caught on video throwing a teenage girl to the ground and brandishing his gun — denied on Tuesday making racist comments that sparked the altercation.

Flanked by her attorney Gloria Allred, Tracey Carver-Allbritton said she was only trying to stop a struggle that involved her friend.

It’s the first time Carver-Allbritton spoke publicly about the McKinney, Texas, pool party, which she attended with family members. She said death and rape threats have forced her and her family to go into hiding after the incident.

“Accusations that I am racist could not be further from the person I truly am,” said Carver-Allbritton. “I want the truth to come out and the lies and threats to stop.”

Carver-Allbritton was placed on administrative leave from her job at a technology and data company due to the allegations against her, the company, CoreLogic, said in a statement.

On June 5, police responded to a disturbance call involving “multiple juveniles” who allegedly didn’t have permission to be at a community pool party and refused to leave. People called 911 reporting the juveniles were fighting, McKinney officials said.

One video shows Cpl. Eric Casebolt throwing a teenage girl in a bikini to the ground and pulling out his gun on a group of teenagers who came to her aid. Casebolt resigned after the incident and on the same day McKinney Police Chief Greg Conley called the actions “indefensible.”

A 24-second video clip shows Carver-Allbritton trying to pull a friend away from a young woman who was pulling her hair. Carver-Allbritton said she was subsequently accused by people of instigating the fight and making racist remarks.

Carver-Allbritton said she tried leaving the pool with her children and grandchildren after dozens of people who weren’t residents started jumping the fence into the community pool. People started shouting “go home” and “bye, bye black haters” as they tried to leave, she said.

Carver-Allbritton said her friend was allegedly charged by a woman she said appeared to be over the age of 18 and began pulling her hair.

Allred said the video was incomplete and said the rumors of her client making racist statements were false.

The death and rape threats against Carver-Allbritton and her family have come in the form of texts and comments on Facebook posts on a fake profile of her, Allred said. They have been reported to the McKinney Police Department.

“This has created a very dangerous situation for herself and child and husband,” Allred said.

Aaron Clark, a friend of the family who is black, also attended the news conference. He said he has known Carver-Allbritton for 13 years and has lived with her family for two years.

“In the 13 years I’ve known her she has never said a racist statement or even allowed anyone to make a racist statement in my presence,” Clark said.