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Jim Crow Laws - who would have the gall to have such a sign? Can't believe this was ever ok.

Jim Crow Laws - who would have the gall to have such a sign? Can't believe this was ever ok.

People romanticize the 50s because, while there was definitely racism (institutionally especially) there was a sense of certain values as well. The family unit and the idea of treating people with respect. Sure, sadly this didn't happen cross-racially, but it would be nice if we could implement those values in a modern era where racism is significantly less prominent.

People romanticize the 50s because, while there was definitely racism (institutionally especially) there was a sense of certain values as well. The family unit and the idea of treating people with respect. Sure, sadly this didn't happen cross-racially, but it would be nice if we could implement those values in a modern era where racism is significantly less prominent.

"Discriminating" used to mean to distinguish accurately, to note or observe a difference. Read my real life experience in Detroit to see the dry humor between that meaning and today's primary definition of the word: lifewithboots.blogspot.com

"Discriminating" used to mean to distinguish accurately, to note or observe a difference. Read my real life experience in Detroit to see the dry humor between that meaning and today's primary definition of the word: lifewithboots.blogspot.com

Use the classic Dr. Seuss book "The Sneetches" to talk with your kids about discrimination and friendship. Lots of anti-racism lesson plans and activities.

Use the classic Dr. Seuss book "The Sneetches" to talk with your kids about discrimination and friendship. Lots of anti-racism lesson plans and activities.

Some of you may believe that gangstalking can safely be ignored, because its not your problem and could not possibly happen to you...!   Not true!  Some victims were vulnerable people who were randomly chosen to be harassed in order to serve as an example to keep the rest of their neighborhood in line.  In short, this could potentially happen to YOU...if you permit gangstalking to continue.

Some of you may believe that gangstalking can safely be ignored, because its not your problem and could not possibly happen to you...! Not true! Some victims were vulnerable people who were randomly chosen to be harassed in order to serve as an example to keep the rest of their neighborhood in line. In short, this could potentially happen to YOU...if you permit gangstalking to continue.

RACIST NEWS NETWORK - MSNBC excluding racial minorities in their coverage. >> Network airs WHITE speakers at the RNC and omits nearly all coverage of minority speakers in their broadcast >> When a network determines who it will air based on a person's skin color or ethnic heritage it is the very definition of racial discrimination. >> SHAMEFUL!

RACIST NEWS NETWORK - MSNBC excluding racial minorities in their coverage. >> Network airs WHITE speakers at the RNC and omits nearly all coverage of minority speakers in their broadcast >> When a network determines who it will air based on a person's skin color or ethnic heritage it is the very definition of racial discrimination. >> SHAMEFUL!

The Supreme Court was “once a leader in the world” in combating racial discrimination, according to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “What’s amazing,” she added, “is how things have changed.”

The Supreme Court was “once a leader in the world” in combating racial discrimination, according to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “What’s amazing,” she added, “is how things have changed.”

Mary Ellen Pleasant successfully attacked racial discrimination in San Francisco public conveyances when she and two other black women were ejected from a city streetcar in 1866. Her lawsuit, Pleasant v. North Beach & Mission Railroad Company, outlawed segregation in the city's public conveyances. Her efforts earned her the title "mother of the Civil Rights Movement" in California.

Mary Ellen Pleasant successfully attacked racial discrimination in San Francisco public conveyances when she and two other black women were ejected from a city streetcar in 1866. Her lawsuit, Pleasant v. North Beach & Mission Railroad Company, outlawed segregation in the city's public conveyances. Her efforts earned her the title "mother of the Civil Rights Movement" in California.