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Chumph Nazis Can’t Crowdfund $125 Fee For March

Trumpazoid Nazi Types…Typical.

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Neo-Nazis couldn’t raise the $125 needed for a permit for their Montana march

Neo-Nazis and white supremacists have been planning an on-again, off again march in Whitefish, Montana after the mother of well-known white supremacist Richard Spencer began complaining she was being harassed in Spencer’s hometown. Now, it seems, the march is off again after rally organizers were unable to afford the price of the permit to hold the event.

According to The Flathead Beacon, the City of Whitefish received the application for a march on Second Street from Memorial Park to City Hall. The fee for the permit is $125, but the application had only a $65 money order attached to it. Parades are also required to have a certificate of insurance, which the organizers also did not include.

Andrew Anglin, publisher of “The Daily Stormer,” announced to his readers that the city has refused to issue him a permit and he is speaking with lawyers and the ACLU. While that might be accurate, the framing is a little disingenuous as the permits weren’t denied or refused based on who the participants are, rather an inability to pay the bill.

Anglin says that the march will probably have to be rescheduled for sometime in February.

 
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Posted by on January 12, 2017 in Chumph Butt Kicking, Domestic terrorism

 

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No BLM Chapter? No Problem! BLM March In Dubuque

Keeping the resistance alive!

The Chumph bigots would like you to believe that the issues BLM is talking about only concern black folks…They’re Wrong.

Peaceful Black Lives Matter march held in Dubuque

People concerned for the equality of African-Americans take part in a Black Lives Matter rally in Dubuque.

“A lot of people here feel that there is a problem with racism and divide,” said Jill Garcia who helped organize the event.

There’s no official Black Lives Matter chapter in Dubuque, however, this didn’t stop people from all backgrounds marching peacefully together. “It’s important because just to recognize black lives matter, because all lives are supposed to matter,” said Howard Lee III, of the Dubuque Branch NAACP.

This particular march is unique to Dubuque. “The great part about this is that there’s a lot more white individuals here than black individuals,” Lee said.

About 100 demonstrators walking down South Grandview Avenue then gathering at Rockdale Park speaking out about different issues, taking a stand against racism, police brutality and inequality.

One of them, Steven Meier, who admits he was part Dubuque’s racial problems in the late 80s and early 90s. “As a young impressionable man, I really started to feel hatred towards people who didn’t look like me,” said Meier.

But with time and wisdom, he’s now here to make amends. “If we ever wanna see the change and love that we need in this world, it starts by letting people know that we support black lives,” he added.

These Dubuquers say it’s about making the community inclusive for all.

In opposition, an All Live Matter march was also scheduled for the same time and location, however, none of those protesters were noticeable.

At the march, people also wrote notes regarding changes they’d like made to certain policies. Those will be submitted to President-elect Donald Trump and members of Congress.

 
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Posted by on November 21, 2016 in BlackLivesMatter

 

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Love Trumps Hate

Even the little ones “Get It”

 

And across the country the revolt grows…

 
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Posted by on November 10, 2016 in Second American Revolution

 

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Students Begin Anti-Trump Rebellion

That was quick…

Students Stage Anti-Trump Walkouts Across the Country

After Donald Trump won the election on Tuesday night, high school students across the country staged walkouts to protest him on Wednesday.

In New York City, high schoolers marched down Second Avenue.

Students in Arizona walked out in protest of Trump and Maricopa Co. Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who lost in his election on Tuesday.

 
 
 

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Seattle Teacher March for Black Lives Matter

Wow!

A woman wearing a shirt with “Black Lives Matter” on Aug. 9, 2015, at the Canfield Apartments in Ferguson, Mo., during a memorial service for Michael Brown Jr.

Seattle Teachers Plan Black Lives Matter Demonstration

About 1,000 teachers have united for the event, which is supported by the school district and the Seattle Parent Teacher Student Association. 

Teachers in the Seattle Public Schools district have planned a Black Lives Matter event next week to coincide with an effort by the school district to close the gap of opportunity between students of different races.

KIRO 7 reports that about 1,000 teachers have ordered Black Lives Matter T-shirts that will be worn Oct. 19 during an event called Black Lives Matter in the Seattle Public Schools, a move that is endorsed by Seattle Education Association, the labor organization that represents more than 5,500 educators.

Teachers at Seattle’s John Muir Elementary School took part in a similar event Sept. 16, wearing Black Lives Matter T-shirts and hosting Black Men Uniting to Change the Narrative, during which black men from the community welcomed kids to school. KIRO 7 reports that the event was almost canceled after the school received threats of violence, but the school staff decided to have the event anyway.

Jesse Hagopian, a teacher at Seattle’s Garfield High School, told KIRO 7 that the threat against John Muir was made by a white supremacist and that Seattle teachers responded by taking the event districtwide.

“I’m going to be promoting the concept that black lives matter and that my black students’ lives matter in my classroom, in the school district,” Hagopian said. “But I want my students to grapple with the issues that the Black Lives Matter movement has raised. And I want them to be able to understand the criticisms of the movement. … I want them to be able to come up with their own decision about what this movement really means.”

KIRO 7 asked Hagopian how he would respond to those who say, “All lives matter.”

“If all lives matter, then black lives would matter,” Hagopian said.

The Seattle Public Schools district respects the teachers’ right to express themselves. A district spokesperson told KIRO 7 that the T-shirts are a good visual, and they hope that the message inspires people to do the work of eliminating opportunity gaps, an effort the district itself is focused on. A campaign highlighting the district’s efforts is also planned for next week.

In addition to the district, the Seattle Parent Teacher Student Association has come out in support of the educators.

The event Oct. 19 will culminate in a rally featuring parents, students, activists and Grammy Award-winning artist Kimya Dawson in the evening.

 
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Posted by on October 17, 2016 in BlackLivesMatter

 

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Armed White Nationalist “Protest” at Houston NAACP Offices

I don’t recall at any time the NAACP holding a protest march with the marchers armed.

Despite being set upon by fire hoses, dogs, police with night sticks, and violent whites.

Kinda tells you the mentality (or lack of) of the white supremacist crowd when they have to carry their “metal manhood” to a protest march,

“Brave” white supremacist types need their metal manhood to protest…

Armed white-supremacists surround Texas NAACP with ‘white lives matter’ signs and Confederate flags

White supremacists surrounded the Houston, Texas NAACP chapter Sunday afternoon while holding a “white lives matter” banner, CW39 Houston reports.

The protesters said that they wanted to voice their concerns amid popularity of the black lives matter movement. They insisted that NAACP leaders and the organization denounce the movement, which they said is responsible for riots and violence in certain cities.

One protester was holding the sign 14 Words, which is a white supremacist slogan meaning, “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.” It comes from the late white supremacist David Lane, who was a member of pro-white terrorist group called The Order.

Those that live in Houston’s 3rd Ward were shocked by the protest and uncomfortable with the use of the Confederate flag. Police were on the scene to prevent any violence but Twitter users still managed to mock the protesters with disgust.

Of course the local Po-Po arrested none of the white protesters threatening with guns.

 
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Posted by on August 22, 2016 in The Definition of Racism

 

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Anti Trump Protesters in Arizona and NYC

This is ramping up fast. Trump’s vitriolic language has set off a firestorm.

 
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Posted by on March 19, 2016 in The Clown Bus

 

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