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this day in crime history: november 26, 1933

On this date in 1933, the people of San Jose, CA decided to take the law into their own hands. Thomas Thurmond and John Holmes were being held in connection with the kidnapping and murder of 22 year old department store heir Brooke Hart. 119 more words

True Crime

Nigger Boy John the Baptist, a Poem

They say that darkness is light fleeing the eye,
and that black skin is useful for swallowing up the sun. 190 more words

The Quest Of Personhood

What Does It Mean to Be White?

Is not this the record of present America? Is not this its headlong progress? Are we not coming more and more, day by day, to making the statement “I am white,” the one fundamental tenet of our practical morality?

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Top Bollywood Actor Aamir Khan Says He Understands Why His Wife Wants to Leave India

Bollywood actor Aamir Khan spoke out on Monday against what he described as a rising tide of religious intolerance in India, saying he understood why his wife would want to leave country, the… 294 more words

"This Is What They Did For Fun": The Story Of A Modern-Day Lynching - BuzzFeed News

I came across this article on a break from writing my essay (funnily enough, my thesis asks: Why is the practice of colour blindness amongst ethnic majorities as a way to deal with racial inequality such a problem in the modern world?). 848 more words

Social Issuss

Was it truly a suicide or a lynching case?

Lynching, is the act of a mob, a large crowd of a few dozen, to hundreds, and sometimes thousands of people participate in taking the law in their own hands in order to kill the accused of wrongdoing.   616 more words

The Story Of Lennon Lacy

Lucifer's Lexicon — Lynching

Lynching — Depending upon the color of the political jersey worn by the perpetrator, either a heinous crime and prima facie evidence of racism; or just another method of post birth abortion. 8 more words