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How a Not Racist Cop Arrested a Man for ‘Walking While Black,’ Blamed It on Black People and Walked Away With $100,000

According to the new, reflexively defensive school of thought, it is not fair to call people racist. The proponents of this school of thought say that racist people believe others are inferior, and there is no way of knowing what the angry Caucasians in Charlottesville, Va., toting tiki torches, or people like Donald…

L’Oreal Drops 1st Transgender Model Because Her Post Calling Out White Privilege Is ‘at Odds With’ Their ‘Values’

Munroe Bergdorf, the first transgender model to ever be hired by beauty brand L’Oreal, was dropped from her contract Friday after a Facebook post in which she discussed and condemned racism and white privilege was posted by an online media outlet and sparked outrage from white people who don’t like it when white…

White People, Ain’t Nothing Funny About White Supremacy, so Now Ain’t the Time for Jokes About It

Black people have always used humor as a way to cope with terror and trauma; I have no issue with us doing the same regarding the rioting in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend. But I struggle to understand how white people can set their fingers to type and be tickled alongside us, and decide that it’s hilarious…

2 White Cops Steal Weed From Evidence Locker, Sell It and Get Off With Probation Because Their Families Had ‘Already Suffered’

Imagine being a sheriff’s deputy and being so white that after you and your fellow deputy confess to stealing weed from the sheriff’s office’s evidence locker, selling it in the community with the help of a former snitch who puts it out on the street for you, and then sharing the profits in a three-way split, a…

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White Liberal Tears and Racism From Parents in Response to Seattle Teachers Wearing ‘Black Lives Matter’ T-Shirts

Last October, teachers in the Seattle Public Schools district planned a Black Lives Matter in the Seattle Public Schools event that consisted of wearing T-shirts with the slogan printed on them, despite the fact that a similar effort at Seattle’s John Muir Elementary in September was met with criticism, hate mail and…