White Rage Quotes by Carol Anderson
The Truth about Anti-White Discrimination
F eminism, to quote bell hooks , is for everybody. Utopian in its vision, it has however proved, for the very constituency who should have been most receptive to its premise — feminists — contentious. A simmering argument within the movement, along with debates about how far it has included working-class, LGBTQI and disabled women, has concerned race. It is a reality actor and activist Emma Watson acknowledged this week. It was deemed too cumbersome a word and concept to really apply to feminism. What did this mean? Was I being called a racist?
Jump to navigation Skip navigation. Creation stories have emerged from every culture, and in each instance, they have helped to define not only where a people came from — but how we got to where we are as a society. The American creation story is based on freedom, equality, and the pursuit of happiness.
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By Seth Barron. The idea that white supremacist violence is a growing global threat has gained more currency recently, notably in the wake of the ghastly Christchurch mosque massacre. New York Rep. No one will deny that people who kill in the name of white supremacy commit evil, but is it true that white extremists are sowing a growing amount of worldwide mayhem? The evidence suggests otherwise.
The idea that black people are wantonly attacking white people in some sort of quiet race war is an untruthful and damaging narrative with a very long history in America. On a Wednesday night in June , a year-old white man walked into a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, and gunned down nine black parishioners taking part in a weekly Bible study group. Dylann Storm Roof sat quietly with the group for about an hour before taking out his Glock pistol and firing 70 rounds, stopping five times to reload. The narrative that black men are inherently violent and prone to rape white women, as Roof said during his rampage, has been prevalent for centuries. This idea has served as the primary justification for the need to oppress black people to protect the common — meaning white — good. Roof saw himself as a victim standing up for oppressed whites, not as an aggressor.