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🔺 AF3IRM Hawaiʻi 💜⚔️ Jul 19
loooool or ??? We can’t tell
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New York Communities for Change Dec 11
Those are probably same exact questions asked herself before she called the cops.
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. Feb 28
Do these white ladies not have Twitter? Or watch the news? How do they not know the potential repercussions by now? Is it really worth their jobs and privacy to call the cops on black people for existing in public spaces? The prejudice must really run deep.
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Jason Johnson Sep 2
Doesn't matter the country... gonna
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Megs Aug 6
Perverting the legal system & weaponizing it against Indigenous peoples is straight from the settler rugged individualist playbook... these people are shameless ! Conflating advocacy with true legal threats is dangerous & disgusting...
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AJ Williams Jun 16
This is village work. Last year it was me with , last week it was my friend defending a car of Black men listening to music in the car, and now this. Can we just live? Shit.
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Jason Johnson Feb 21
If can be so vigoroulsy prosecuted for wasting police resources on a fake hate crime can we go back to that conversation about charging for wasting police resources when they call cops on black folks ?
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Bärí A. Williams May 5
Cultural Competency PSA today: It is today, and lest you want to be turned into a viral star in the vein of and , you shouldn't speak with a Spanish accent, wear sombreros or striped ponchos unless you normally would. Don't be .
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TED Talks Apr 15
"We know that police officers use force more with black people than with white people... We live in a system in which white people can too easily call on deadly force to secure their comfort.” on , and
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“Loco Larry” 🥋🥊 Jul 6
I’m so tired of non-Black people telling me “the Bay Area isn’t racist” gtfoh this shit happens everyday and not to mention happened out here too 💯
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TED Talks May 29
Here's what we should learn from , , and other viral stories of white people calling the police on black people for just . Watch 's full TED Talk here:
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emma **VOTE LEFT** 🗳️ Sep 18
Replying to @mkelly007 @tdlrlicense
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Know Your Rights Camp Jan 2
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Felicia Mabuza-Suttle May 24
Replying to @imanrappetti
SHOCKED! Looks like woman who calls police on black people in US, , has made it to , & is calling police on a black woman enjoying beauty of the beach, while she's waiting for interview. "GALLING" indeed . WHY arrest her for having a remote for her keys?
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NBC Bay Area May 12
Dozens of people gather at Oakland's Lake Merritt to mark the anniversary of the so-called event in which a woman called police on black men barbecuing near the lake.
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Axel Folio Nov 25
If your instinct is to call 911 or 999 when people hold you accountable for your own words online then you may be related to .
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SIMONJRBEATS May 31
I hate to take pics of strangers but I swear lost weight lol
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BG Feb 28
"You've heard of because this is the newest one..." The fact he referenced a previous racist incident in this video, shows how often this happens.
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theGrio.com Apr 22
You can pull a if you want to, but Grand Rapids is not with the mess. Officials are trying to make calling the police due to racial profiling a criminal misdemeanor.
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The Root Dec 28
white womaning | \yt • wu̇-mən • eeng/ verb, noun: To always act stubbornly entitled and all-around terribly. Examples of white womaning in a Sentence: 1. The 2010s were filled with so much white womaning. 2. is the queen of white womaning.
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