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Arheel's Uncle

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The author of the 2017 book of LIES that started this whole mess for new donations to NAACP was Timothy Tyson:
Author Timothy Tyson bio on Amazon:
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SNIPPED Tyson serves on the executive boards of the North Carolina NAACP, the University of North Carolina Center for Civil Rights, and Repairers of the Breach. Since 2007 he has worked alongside many others in the Moral Monday movement and the Poor People's Campaign led by Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II. Tyson lives in Durham, North Carolina.




I Am More Than a Wolf Whistle, by Carolyn Bryant Donham free PDF
Page 31, Emmett Till and the other black boy ran down the road and jumped into a tan color luxury automobile, the kind of car not ever seen in the area.

FBI 2 files in PDF downloads [not found on info/lib website or Twitter]



 
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Arheel's Uncle

Senior Reporter

Arheel's Uncle

Senior Reporter
BEND OVER, CRUMP IS HERE
WIGGERS with 5 black adopted keedz



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Six hours before Minneapolis police killed Andrew Tekle Sundberg, a mother with two young children called to report that Sundberg was firing a gun into her apartment.

That mother, Arabella Foss-Yarbrough, confronted protesters Saturday who were demonstrating against Sundberg’s death.

“This is not a George Floyd situation. George Floyd was unarmed. This is not okay,” she said.

“Her apartment is a crime scene. She is not allowed to retrieve anything even with police escort. She now has no job, no identification, wallet, clothes for her self or children. My little sister is strong but she is breaking and needs more help than our family can provide at this time so I’m reaching out to the community. Anything would help so she can at least cover her standing bills while she gains new employment and focuses on her and the boys’ mental and emotional health,” it says.
 
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Arheel's Uncle

Senior Reporter


Psssttt: Social Media WAR.
Occupy is a black organization, funded by the usuals, like Tides Foundation, Ford, etc...CELEBRITIES.

From the beginning the Occupy movement relied heavily on social media to disperse information and gather support. Occupy accounts were very successful in achieving these goals. The social media accounts eventually became hierarchical and failed their purpose.[112] Some[who?] believe, in order to have been more successful, the social media accounts should have been more heavily regulated and kept to a standard. In addition, a study was published that followed how Occupy user interests changed in time from 1 June 2011 to 31 August 2012. It showed 40% of users produced Occupy related content during peak activity of the movement. But, it was not sustained over the following year, with the user ratio dropping to less than 5% in the last three months of the study period.[113]

Responses to the movement from celebrities were both in-person and online. Some find it controversial that rich celebrities made appearances at the Occupy Wall Street Movement, but Kanye West justified his appearance as helping give power back to the people.[114] Other celebrities such as Yoko Ono,[115][non-primary source needed] PUNK Mark Ruffalo,[116] and Michael Moore[117] tweeted and showed their support.
 
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Arheel's Uncle

Senior Reporter

Arheel's Uncle

Senior Reporter
The story of the original Twitter Wars

Twitter and White Supremacy: A Love Story



White supremacists have used Twitter to target Jews, as well, in ways both
banal and life-threatening.
In June 2016 several highly visible Jewish
political reporters began to report a barrage of online harassment that involved
a symbolic gesture: triple parentheses placed around their names, like (((this))).
The ADL added the triple parentheses to their catalog of hateful symbols. One
report called them “the digital equivalent of a yellow star,” intended to separate
Jews from the rest of the population and pave the way for worse.
Part of what made the symbols effective is that they were hard to track on
Twitter.
The search tool built into Twitter didn’t reveal the parentheses (most
search tools omit punctuation). Without a search function, the use of the
symbols as slur goes undetected. If it wanted to, Twitter could specifically
monitor the (((echoes))) symbol, and shut down accounts that were using it.

Twitter could also make the term searchable. But it has done neither.
Reporter Kurt Eichenwald, who has epilepsy, was targeted by a Twitter account
that sent him a GIF containing a strobe light. When he clicked on it, the
flashing light sent him into a seizure. The FBI began investigating and someone
was arrested in the case, but few details have been released. What’s clear is that
Twitter hasn’t made substantive changes to the platform since this happened.
Eichenwald says he has received at least 40 more strobe light imagessince the
first attack.
A favorite tactic of propagandists is to disguise themselves online. Twitter is
particularly appealing for those who want to hide their identities because,
unlike Facebook, it doesn’t have a “real-name” policy (requiring a name that
appears on a government-issued ID) and it doesn’t prohibit automated
accounts (also known as bots). The attacks on Jones and Eichenwald, for
instance, involved Twitter accounts that disguised the identity of the
perps. And, white supremacists on Twitter have discovered a way to make this
an orchestrated campaign of racism through the systematic creation of “fake
Black people” accounts.
“When you have time, create a fake black person account,” wrote Andrew
Anglin, at his virulently racist website the Daily Stormer in November 2016.
“Just go on black Twitter and see what they look like, copy that model. Start
filling it with rap videos and booty-shaking or whatever else these blacks post,”
 

Arheel's Uncle

Senior Reporter


July 22, 2022


Good morning. It’s such a privilege to join you and this esteemed group of speakers. I’d like to thank Marc [Morial] and the National Urban League for this invitation, and for your deep commitment to meeting the needs of African Americans and other underserved communities – in this moment and over many decades.
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I’m both proud and humbled that the Office of Justice Programs is playing a role in addressing some of the critical challenges facing our nation today, many of them centered on issues of civil rights, racial equity and justice.
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I’ll close with a pledge of our commitment to work with the National Urban League and community partners across the country to address the glaring inequities in our criminal legal system. These disparities have persisted for far too long and they’ve exacted a heavy toll on Black and brown communities. They also continue to undermine the integrity and legitimacy of the justice system. Building legitimacy and trust is critical to the health and vibrancy of our communities, and it is key to a stronger and safer America. I look forward to working with you to build this future together.
 
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