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Weaponized Autists dig into CNN employee’s past

Weaponized Autists dig into CNN employee’s past Weaponized Autists dig into CNN employee’s past, find tweets of Rape, anti-white Racism By AOS Admin - July 15, 2017It seems like the next stage of the great meme war is to go through Social media profiles of CNN employees and dig up dirt on them.One CNN employee, however, wasn’t fast enough.

4 ways white parents can support black parents in times of injustice

4 ways white parents can support black parents in times of injustice Discussing race can be tricky, so as a Black mother I enter friendships with white parents apprehensively.And often, white parents are even less aware of the toll systemic racism has on our mental health.

New Google Doodle recognizes 100th Anniversary of the Silent Parade

New Google Doodle recognizes 100th Anniversary of the Silent Parade In honor of the demonstration's 100th anniversary, Google's homepage is commemorating the July 28, 1917 New York march to protest racism and violence against black people.Organized and led by the NAACP, it saw around 10,000 men, women, and children — including prominent civil rights activists like W.

How a Facebook prank exposed anti-immigrant hysteria

How a Facebook prank exposed anti-immigrant hysteria Like, as one anti-immigrant group did, mistaking empty bus seats for a group of burqa-wearing women.It all started as something of a prank on the Facebook page for a group called "Fedrelandet viktigst" which translates to "Fatherland First," a place where some Norwegians gather to gripe about the recent influx of Muslims into the country.

Airbnb is deleting the accounts of suspected neo-Nazis trying to attend the 'Unite The Right' rally

Airbnb is deleting the accounts of suspected neo-Nazis trying to attend the 'Unite The Right' rally The home-sharing platform has deleted the accounts of suspected attendees of the United The Right, an event to be held in Charlottesville, Virginia this Saturday.The event is being organized by The Daily Stormer, a racist website.

Yes, that controversial Google diversity rant matters. Like, really matters.

Yes, that controversial Google diversity rant matters. Like, really matters. Of course, the tech industry's lack of diversity is a known issue, as is the complete lack of any self-awareness that might lead to fixing the problem.Mashable spoke with Elizabeth Ames, senior vice president of marketing, alliances, and programs at the Anita Borg Institute, which champions the advancement of women in the tech industry.

Colin Kaepernick still hasn't been signed, so people are rallying in front of NFL headquarters

Colin Kaepernick still hasn't been signed, so people are rallying in front of NFL headquarters As a new NFL season approaches, an old controversy is being given new life as quarterback Colin Kaepernick still doesn't have a team.23, 2017, outside of NFL headquarters in New York City in support of the quarterback.

Twitter delivers a sobering look at the racists marching in Charlottesville

Twitter delivers a sobering look at the racists marching in Charlottesville Nazis, white nationalists, and other hate groups are marching in Charlottesville, Virginia ahead of a rally to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen.Hours before the rally was scheduled to start, racists streaming into Charlottesville have been marching through the city, where they've been met by counter-protesters.

Trump finally tweets about white nationalist rally, violence in Charlottesville

Trump finally tweets about white nationalist rally, violence in Charlottesville After hours of silence, President Donald Trump finally commented on the white nationalist rally and related violence happening in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday.His tweet took a long time, and it came after Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and even First Lady Melania Trump had already commented.

Trump blames 'many sides' for violence in Charlottesville

Trump blames 'many sides' for violence in Charlottesville On a day when white nationalists marched through the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia, and their planned rally escalated into violence that left one dead, President Donald Trump decided to go ahead with a press conference covering veterans' healthcare.Before signing a bill, Trump did address the situation in Virginia.

Charlottesville really happened. Don't look away.

Charlottesville really happened. Don't look away. The eyes of the nation — and the world — turned to Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday after a "Unite the Right" white supremacist rally descended into chaos.The rally brought together the members of various white nationalist hate groups, including neo-Nazis, the Ku Klux Klan, and their smaller sub-factions.

Trump's lawyer had the worst possible response to the Charlottesville backlash

Trump's lawyer had the worst possible response to the Charlottesville backlash President Trump's personal attorney has a message for all the haters: he has many black friends.Or at least he's taken a picture next to many black people.