Saturday, September 17th 9:00PM Eastern/ 6:00PM Pacific
This week marked the 15-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks – and the subsequent, unending “war on terrorism,” and the 20-year anniversary of the murder of Tupac Shakur; the slain artist’s mother died earlier this year. White rage about the 2001 Twin Tower and Pentagon attacks targeted any athletes with the gall to support Colin Kaepernick’s ongoing refusal to submit to Francis Scott Key’s national anthem. High school students across the country were terrorized and threatened by their white classmates and White adults for refusing to stand for the national anthem. The NCAA cartel instigated their own protest by moving all college championship contests out of the state of North Carolina in opposition to the HB2 Bill – which has infuriated the Gay Rights, LGBT division. The loss is estimated to cost the state approximately $50 million. Whites have seemed far less motivated to address the ongoing violation of black people like Sandra Bland – who died under suspicious circumstances in a Texas jail last year. Her family reached a $1.9 million settlement for her death; no one has been criminally charged. “The Birth of Nation” star and filmmaker Nate Parker was never convicted, but continues to be hounded and re-litigated globally. His film received a standing ovation at the Toronto International Film Festival; however, reporters insisted that the focus on be on the accusations of a dead White Woman.
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