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Whites celebrated Halloween 2016 in style. A White NCAA football spectator brandished an effigy of President Obama being lynched – he was allowed to remain at the ball game. A University of Arkansas student dawned blackface to dressed up as Bill Cosby – he was later expelled. Speaking of ghouls and tricks, the 2016 presidential election nears a merciful conclusion. The trend of black people being misused and mauled throughout the campaign continued as a Mississippi black church was vandalized; “Vote Trump” was spray painted on the side of the sanctuary. White terrorists didn’t confine their barbarism to black places of worship, as two Iowa police officers were reportedly shot and killed by a White man. Scott Michael Greene was “detained without incident;” Law enforcement apparently didn’t feel threatened or concerned for their safety even though Greene had a history of conflict with police – including being ejected from a high school football game for brandishing a confederate flag and haranguing black spectators.

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The C.O.W.S. | Compensatory Call-In: Saturday, March 15th 9:00PM Eastern/ 6:00PM Pacific on Black Talk Radio Network™

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Listen Now The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research findings, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how best to Replace White Supremacy With Justice ASAP. We’ll use these sessions to hone our use of words as tools to reveal truth, neutralize White people. We’ll examine news reports from the past seven days and – hopefully – promote a constructive dialog.

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The disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 prompted Racist conjecture about Muslim (non-white) terrorists and Bill Maher’s stale, Racist Jokes about inept Asian drivers. Legendary UK athlete Sol Campbell visited BBC Radio to discuss his accusation that if he were White, it would have benefited his prolific soccer career. Evidence of habitual, global Classroom Racism continues to grow astronomically. Students at Oregon State University, South Pudget Sound Community College, Harvard and Oxford waged various campaigns to address the systemic and humiliating abuse of black and non-white students and faculty. Canadian black veterans called on black and non-white people to exit the military until White Supremacy has been totally eradicated. And the former New York City fire commissioner confessed that a culture of Racism exists within the Big Apple’s fire department.

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ban on mixed-race adoption deprived thousands of decent home life, says equality chief

Sadness: Trevor Phillips, Chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality, said he regretted failing to challenge race rules

Sadness: Trevor Phillips, Chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality, said he regretted failing to challenge race rules

 

Thousands of children have lost the chance of a decent life because of the ban on mixed-race adoption, the state equality chief has admitted.

Trevor Phillips said it was his greatest regret that he failed to challenge the race rules which denied children the chance of a loving family and instead left them at the mercy of a failing care system.

Changes could have been made 10 years ago if the race relations watchdog had called for an inquiry, Mr Phillips said.

The acknowledgement by Mr Phillips of the damage done by the ban follows the Coalition’s decision to legislate to sweep away race rules.

The new law will reinforce guidelines already handed to social workers that tell them the need to find a family for a child is more important than their longstanding doctrine which says, for example, it is bad for a black child to be brought up by a white family.

For more than two decades adoptive parents have been strictly screened on race grounds, with many rejected because they have been judged the wrong match.

Social workers have been trained to believe that black children lose self-esteem and pride in themselves if they are not brought up by parents of the same colour.

Critics have said there is no evidence to support this theory and that race has been used as an excuse to depress the number of adoptions.

Mr Phillips, who is to step down as chairman of the Equality and Human Rights Commission this summer, said he should have challenged the race ban when he was appointed chief of its race relations predecessor, the Commission for Racial Equality, in 2003.

He told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show: ‘If I had to pinpoint one single thing I would say that I wish when I took over at the CRE I had been more aggressive on the issue of transracial adoption.

‘If I had ordered an inquiry, an investigation, it would have shown pretty clearly that the life chances of children would have been much much better in a family of any race compared to staying in care.

‘I would have then be able to essentially change the policy in local authorities 10 years ago.’

Mr Phillips added: ‘My personal regret is that hundreds of children, maybe thousands of children, would now be in families who got stuck in the care system. If I had to go back and do something different, I would do something about that.

‘Being in care is the surest indicator that you will end up in crime, in drugs, that you will end up unemployed, and your children will repeat your experience.’

He added: ‘I think if we had been more aggressive on this issue we could have transformed the lives of very many children. But these are things we know in hindsight.’

It was the first time Mr Phillips is thought publicly to have criticised the ban on mixed-race adoptions, although critics of the system have long held that adoption was the last area of public life in Britain in which authorities were prepared to support open racial discrimination.

History: In 2000 Tony Blair suggested that the bar to transracial adoption should go

History: In 2000 Tony Blair suggested that the bar to transracial adoption should go

In 2000 Tony Blair suggested that the bar to transracial adoption should go, and his Government began to publish figures illustrating how long black children had to wait for new families because of the race rules. But his 2002 Adoption Act had nothing to say about race.

Mr Phillips was the leading Labour figure on the London Assembly at the time. He went on to head the CRE and then the EHRC when it took over from all the state equality bodies in 2007.

Social workers have long been criticised for failing to back adoption for children in care, preferring to see them brought up in the care system which often means life in a children’s home or shifted repeatedly between different foster parents.

Middle class couples hoping to adopt have long been rejected on a series of flimsy grounds, including their age, their smoking habits, or their beliefs.

There are currently around 65,000 children in the care system, with numbers rising because more children are being taken into state care following the Baby P scandal in 2008.

Last year just 3,050 children were adopted from state care, among them only 60 babies under a year old, the lowest total since 2001.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2144516/Ban-mixed-race-adoption-deprived-thousands-decent-home-life-says-equality-chief.html#ixzz1uwCPtpk3

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black female contestant on “The Voice” victimized by racists via Twitter

Ruth Brown singing on BBC programme the Voice, on Saturday April 28. She is fighting against online bullying

Ruth Brown singing on BBC programme the Voice, on Saturday April 28. She is fighting against online bullying

One of the favourites to win The Voice has become the victim of racist internet trolls.

The BBC called in police to investigate after Ruth Brown, 20, received a deluge of vile remarks on Twitter targeting her skin colour, appearance and weight.

The singer said she sobbed when she read the comments. Some users even made derogatory remarks about her father, Lloyd, who died of stomach cancer days before she auditioned for the show.

But after the BBC reported the comments to the Metropolitan Police, Miss Brown decided to fight back.

She has now spoken out about the growing problem of online bullying and racism. ‘Not only have I endured jibes of a racist nature but sick comments about my weight,’ she said in an interview yesterday.

 ‘Things have been said about my dad, too. At first, I was upset and cried my heart out. But I want to speak out because I hope it will encourage other people to fight back against bullies.’

She also defiantly reposted some of the hateful remarks on her own account to bring attention to the trolls, but the BBC has since asked her to take them down. They have been recorded as evidence.

 

Defiant: Ruth said at first, she cried her heart out, but then she decided to speak out about it, 'to encourage other people to fight out against the bullies'

Defiant: Ruth said at first, she cried her heart out, but then she decided to speak out about it, ‘to encourage other people to fight out against the bullies’

 

 

Some are from serial trolls, who seem to enjoy targeting horrific comments at those in the public eye.

One Twitter user, called Jay Smith, wrote: ‘u ugly ******g black …..b****,’ while another, Rizwan Ali, posted: ‘u are a fat ugly ******. Your dad must think what monster did I give birth to haha.’

Other trolls joined in, branding her ‘fat’ and ‘ugly’. But scores of other social networking users offered the singer their support and condemned the abuse.

Popular: Ruth (pictured right) already has a huge fan base on Twitter, who have expressed their concern and offered support after reading the vile and racist remarks.

Popular: Ruth (pictured right) already has a huge fan base on Twitter, who have expressed their concern and offered support after reading the vile and racist remarks

 

 

Ruth (right), who is being coached by world-famous Welsh singer Sir Tom Jones, is one of the bookies' favourites to win the show

Ruth (right), who is being coached by world-famous Welsh singer Sir Tom Jones, is one of the bookies’ favourites to win the show

 

Writing on her Twitter account, Miss Brown said: ‘I am not gonna lie those comments did hurt but I’m getting my dream and have amazing support thank you all.’

The BBC has also provided the aspiring star with a counsellor. Miss Brown, whose voice has been compared to Aretha Franklin’s, is mentored by Sir Tom Jones.

She added: ‘I do think it is wrong that people can bully others while hiding behind their computer screens.

‘I am glad the police are involved but for other people who perhaps do not have such strong support networks, the effects will be much more severe and traumatic.’

 

Ruth Brown, from The Voice, thanks supporters after receiving some hurtful messages on Twitter

Ruth Brown, from The Voice, thanks supporters after receiving some hurtful messages on Twitter

Internet trolls believe that by hiding behind anonymity they can write whatever they want.

But their internet service providers can easily access their details, which can then be passed on to police as part of a criminal investigation.

Miss Brown is one of the favourites to win the competition. On last weekend’s show she sailed through to the next round with her powerful rendition of Oleta Adams’s Get Here (If You Can).

Her case comes only two months after a student was jailed for posting offensive comments on Twitter about the collapse of Bolton Wanderers footballer Fabrice Muamba in the middle of a match.

 

 

Ruth Brown (pictured), from the game show The Voice speaks out about bullying on Twitter

Ruth Brown (pictured), from the game show The Voice speaks out about bullying on Twitter

Liam Stacey was arrested after other Twitter users – including the former England striker Stan Collymore – reported his tweets to police.

The 21-year-old pleaded guilty to the Racially Aggravated s4A of the Public Order Act 1986 and was sentenced to 56 days in prison.

He posted his comments shortly after Muamba suffered a cardiac arrest during his team’s FA Cup quarter-final tie against Tottenham Hotspur.

Stacey later said he had been drunk and bitterly regretted his actions.

And police in North Wales made a number of arrests last month after Twitter users identified and insulted a teenager who was raped by Sheffield United and Wales football player Ched Evans.

So Jessie CAN be mean

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2140274/Internet-trolls-race-attack-Voice-star-Police-called-favourite-faces-torrent-vile-abuse-Twitter.html#ixzz1uPAXZOwx

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