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Indocent Exposure at the Art Institute of Chicago

According to its Veronica Stein, who fired them, its volunteer docents of 15 years average experience needed to be fired because they are white. t turns out that older, well-to-do, white women volunteer at greater rates than those in other demographic categories. The solution to this terrible, horrible, no good, very bad problem? Fire volunteers. The Art Institute of Chicago fired its docents en masse. The reason? The 100 or so unpaid gallery guides, though priced right at free, embarrassed the museum’s leadership because of their whiteness. “As a civic institution, we acknowledge our responsibility to rebuild the volunteer educator program in a way that allows community members of all income levels to participate, responds to issues of class and income equity, and does not require financi...

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Seattle councilwoman proposes firing white officers

EATTLE — Seattle City Council member Lisa Herbold has people in both parties rolling their eyes after she suggested firing Seattle police officers because they are white. While the proposal has its political allies, it has also been soundly criticized for seemingly violating federal law and Supreme Court precedent barring racial discrimination.

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Smithsonian Museum Says Objective Thinking Is A Sign Of ‘Whiteness’

A taxpayer-funded museum in Washington D.C. says on its website that objective thinking, self-reliance and planning for the future are among the signs of whiteness that have permeated throughout American culture.

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City Councilwoman Tells Cop To Take His ‘White Self Back To The White Neighborhood’

Darlington, SC – The chief of police credited an officer with using the “highest level of professionalism” in dealing with a city councilwoman who made racially-charged remarks to him when he issued her a parking ticket.

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New From Teen Vogue: Sleep Is Systemically Racist

Teen Vogue, in its imperishable desire to act as the spearhead for political correctness, published an article titled “Black Power Naps Is Addressing Systemic Racism in Sleep,” in which they plugged an artistic initiative entitled “Black Power Naps,” which argues that blacks have had shorter lives than whites because blacks were not permitted to sleep, and thus reparations must be given in the form of time off from work. 

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Famed San Francisco Art Curator Out After Refusing to Ban White Artists

Gary Garrels, a senior curator at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art for painting and sculpture, resigned from his post Saturday after backlash from saying that the museum would continue to collect work from white artists.

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More Racist Rhetoric From South Africa: Whites ‘Must Leave Everything’

As violence against white farmers continues, following the South African parliament’s decision to seize all farmland from whites without compensation, Julius Malema, leader of the Marxist-Revolutionary Economic Freedom Party, continues to spew hateful rhetoric against South Africa’s white citizens. In response, Australia has debated whether or not they would be offering emergency visas to white farmers if the hatred reaches dangerous levels. Malema says that if white farmers wish to flee to a “racist country” like Australia, then they should be free to do so. However, he denies that their lives are in any danger — even as he’s talked publicly about “cutting the throat of whiteness.”  

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Democrats Are Rushing To Cover Up Everything It Said About ‘Whites’

Usually, when the requirements for your next job interview include the message ‘no whites need apply,’ you can probably assume the job is in the film industry…and that the job is playing a character who’s a minority. Usually. Unless you’re working at the Democratic National Committee.

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Portland Police to Stop Identifying Gang Members … Seek to Avoid Labels

In a move that appears to put political correctness above public safety, the police department in Portland, Oregon, will be stopping the practice of identifying gang members in their databases. The department will purge their records in response to strong community concerns about the labels that have disproportionately affected minorities.

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ESPN APOLOGIZES AFTER JEMELE HILL CALLS TRUMP A ‘WHITE SUPREMACIST’

ESPN anchor Jemele Hill may find herself in hot water with the network after she called President Donald Trump a “white supremacist” on Twitter.  “Donald Trump is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/ other white supremacists,” she wrote Monday. “The height of white privilege is being able to ignore his white supremacy, because it’s of no threat to you. Well, it’s a threat to me.”  

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Senator Tim Scott Drops Most Epic Tweet of 2017 in Response to Racist Calling Him ‘House N****’

On Wednesday, South Carolina Senator Tim Scott was peppered with racially charged attacks from leftists who disapproved of his support, as a black man, for Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions as Attorney General.  Sessions has been wrongfully slandered as a racist by the left, despite the fact that he’s successfully prosecuted a murderous KKK member with the death penalty and helped to desegregate schools. In other words, if he’s a racist, he’s really bad at it. Of course, Scott’s Sessions-backing sin is just an add-on to his other, greater leftist-deemed sin: being black while Republican.  But the senator with a target placed on his back by the “tolerant” left handled such vitriolic attacks like a boss.  

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Ebony Magazine Editor: Hate Crimes Can’t Be Committed Against White People, Cops [VIDEO]

On Wednesday, Ebony Magazine’s Jamilah Lemieux criticized the use of the phrase “hate crime” in association with the five white Dallas police officers who were killed claiming that using the phrase with a “majority group… gets into very tricky territory.”  Appearing on “CNN Newsroom” with guest host Ana Cabrera, Lemieux said, “I have to say, I would not describe hate crime as the most comfortable word choice, considering these circumstances. There’s so much that we do not know about what took place, what motivated this person. We only have the one account of law enforcement. We haven’t had the opportunity to really look into his history in a meaningful way.”

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