Even though this type of indignity occurred before the Trump Effect moniker, the dehumanization of the other in this administration has made it more blatant and overt.
I got a Facebook message that said a kid took a picture of a black man that was being pulled by an officer on a horse with a leash.
I will continue calling out the Trump Effect going forward because it has taken on a bald-faced manner facilitated by our racist-in-chief.
An Arkansas police officer has been placed on administrative leave after a video showing him pointing a gun at a black man and pulling the man out of a car went viral.Officer Terry Daughtery, a 3-year veteran with the Helena-West Helena Police Department, was responding to a call of loitering at the Double Quick gas […]
The arrest of this black man simply for existing at his own home is not solely the Trump Effect but gets a certain legitimacy from it.
The husband was standing his ground as the man was in his wife’s safe space. Not charging the bully for this murder should put the fear in all of us.
It is time to penalize people who put the lives of black men and others in danger based on their racist, biased fears.
I stumbled onto a well-written Daily Kos article that should give every American irrespective of their race, pause. The response by a white Canadian was even more prescient.
What will take before Americans realize that murder is never alright because of either unjustified fear or the disregard for black lives?
A good friend, Coffee Party USA President Debilyn Molineaux wrote a simple Facebook post and then asked for comments.