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Trump’s America: White Supremacist Sword Killer Went to New York to Kill Black People

March 23, 2017

White Supremacy Hits The Big Apple With Tragic Results James Harris Jackson, who is white, told New York police he was on a mission to kill black men when he allegedly stabbed Timothy Caughman to death, The Village Voice reports. Taking…

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Trump Supporting Coffee Shop Owner Goes Full Racist, Promptly Gets Destroyed By The Internet (VIDEO)

November 15, 2016

When Larry Heafner, owner of a brand-new coffee shop that was soon to open in Billings, Montana, posted racist messages on his Facebook page, he was burned by the fires of hell, otherwise known as Facebook folks. Racist coffee shop…

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White Supremacist Group Announces Donald Trump Victory Parade

November 11, 2016

Now that their man Donald Trump has been elected, one prominent white supremacist faction plans to celebrate early in December, reports. The roaches are crawling out of the woodwork for trump The Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux…

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America Really Needs To Police The Police – And The Internet Is Up To The Challenge

July 9, 2016

Police in the U.S. have killed at least 2,614 people since August 9, 2014, when Mike Brown was killed by cops in Ferguson, Missouri. It is an ugly statistic made worse by the fact that people of color, especially black men,…

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‘You Are A Warrior:’ Joe Biden Writes An Amazing Letter To Stanford Rape Survivor

June 9, 2016

Biden’s letter is packed with emotion Vice President Joe Biden weighs in on the Stanford rape case. ice President Joe Biden did something truly remarkable, speaking for women everywhere, when he wrote a moving letter to the anonymous woman who…

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Emotional Reunion Between Childhood Friends In Court Reflects Our Justice System

July 4, 2015

When Arthur Booth, 49, appeared in a Miami-Dade courtroom on Thursday after being arrested on multiple charges including burglary and grand theft, he had no idea that he was in for a class reunion, and that the presiding judge would…

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