“Wow… I believe if this white man had treated a black woman like he allegedly treated this white woman there would not be a case to be made… Just ask Anita Hill about it… Black women stand up for everybody but who stands up for them??? I am just saying…”

 

Wow…  They put those few black faces front/center and most of them are probably African born…    Black women standing up for white women
White people throw all black and brown faces into the same category… 
I don’t know why black women even care about how White men treat white women when white women don’t care how black women are treated period…   

Joe Biden Anita Hillheather-martin-confederate-flag150717-sandra-bland-01_501031590f7638412a10ec28ab8ea9ef-nbcnews-ux-2880-1000
Black women stand up for everybody but who stands up for them??? I am just saying… 
I believe if this white man had treated a black woman like he allegedly treated this white woman there would not be a case to be made…
Just ask Anita Hill about it…  

“We cannot enter into alliances until we are acquainted with the designs of our neighbours.”   Sun Tzu
I am just saying Black women get something out of your 
allegiance; don’t just stand up for anything without knowing that your Support will be reciprocated…  

 

Check out the Ethnicity of Students from U.S. Yale University
New Haven, CT…
0.7% American Indian/Alaskan Native
19.3% Asian
(7.6% Black/African-American)
12.8% Hispanic/Latino
6.3% Multi-race (not Hispanic/Latino)
0.0% Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander
52.0% White
1.2% Unknown
International Students 10.6% from 89 countries
First-Year Students Returning 99.0%
Students Graduating
Within 4 Years 87.4%
Graduates Offered Full-Time
Employment Within 6 Months Not reported
Graduates Pursuing
Advanced Study Directly 20.0%
https://www.collegedata.com/…/coll…/college_pg01_tmpl.jhtml… 
Wow… They put those few black faces front/center and most of them are probably African born… White people throw all black and brown faces into the same category… I am just saying…
We only kill Black

To be fair I must say that when one looks through the eyes of the “Science of Observation” one would have to note that every time a white woman has strongly stood up for blacks and people of color their have been brutally killed by white men i.e. Mrs. Viola Liuzzo and Heather Heyer…   

 Mrs. Viola Gregg Liuzzo was an activist in the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s. She was murdered by members of the Ku Klux Klan for her efforts…  Heather Heyer, victim of Charlottesville car attack, was civil rights activist… 

defenders of Americans right to Peaceful Protest

“EKTA ETUWA” Cousin Respectfully, Native Americans and First Nations people speaking a language of the Algonquian group were the first to meet English explorers and, consequently, many words from these languages entered English—for example, caribou (“snow-shoveler”), chipmunk (“red squirrel”), moccasin, moose, muskrat, opossum (“white dog”), papoose (“baby”), pecan (“nut”), powwow (“to dream, to have a vision”), raccoon, skunk (“to urinate” + “fox”), squaw, toboggan, totem, wigwam, and woodchuck…

But there isn’t any Native Indigenous First Nation word of “Rape…”    

Within the context of colonization of Native nations, sexual violence does not affect Indian men and women in the same way.  

However, when a Native woman suffers abuse, this abuse is not just an attack on her identity as a woman, but on her identity as Native. The issues of colonial, race, and gender oppression cannot be separated.   


This explains why, in my experience as a rape crisis counselor, every Native survivor I ever counseled said to me at one point,   


“I wish I was no longer Indian.” Women of color do not just face quantitatively more issues when they suffer violence

(that is, less media attention, language barriers, lack of support in the judicial system, etc.) but their experience is qualitatively different from that of white women.   


http://racialequitytools.org/resourc…/NotIndianTradition.pdf

 

“Wow…  I believe if this white man had treated a black woman like he allegedly treated this white woman there would not be a case to be made… Just ask Anita Hill about it… Black women stand up for everybody but who stands up for them??? I am just saying…”

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