Racism

Byron Allen Rips Comcast & Donald Trump’s DOJ For “Institutionalized Racism” As SCOTUS Showdown Looms | Deadline

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FacebookTwitterMailEXCLUSIVE: Heading towards a $20 billion showdown with Comcast at the U.S. Supreme Court this fall in his long running racial discrimination lawsuit against the media giant, Byron Allen today tore into the Brian Roberts-run behemoth and an 11th hour intervention by the Department of Justice. “This is historic,” the Entertainment Studios boss said of the August 15 brief filed […]
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The FBI Spends a Lot of Time Spying on Black Americans | The Intercept

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THE FBI HAS come under intense criticism after a 2017 leak exposed that its counterterrorism division had invented a new, unfounded domestic terrorism category it called “black identity extremism.” Since then, legislators have pressured the bureau’s leadership to be more transparent about its investigation of black activists, and a number of civil rights groups have filed public records requests to […]
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These Moving Photos Show Life in Apartheid-Era South Africa | Global Citizen

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Celebrated South African photographer David Goldblatt took up photography in 1948, the same year the all-white National Party came into power and apartheid began in his country. Though Goldblatt, pictured above, was just 18 at the time, documenting the impact of apartheid — the government-implemented system of racial segregation in South Africa — would become his life-long mission. Over his […]
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A white nationalist killed a black coach 20 years ago. The horror changed his friend forever. | Indy Star

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Matthew VanTryon, Indy Star Photo: R. Eyerman/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images. Featured Image – It’s been 20 years, and Shawn Parrish still doesn’t understand. How could someone kill Ricky Byrdsong? “He was a great man,” Parrish said. “You don’t really think about knowing someone who gets murdered.” It was 4:30 in the morning on July 2, 1999 when […]
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