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So when the Civil Rights Project at the University of California, Los Angeles documents that “African-American students are three times more likely to be suspended than whites,” that’s not “the man.”The accusatory white woman who incited lynch mobs and genital mutilation is not extinct.
She now flings allegations and suspensions in the classroom.
She told the children, “I’ll hang your family from my tree.”Cliché assessments of white women’s purported inclination towards frailty and vulnerability impair our understanding of and defense against the maliciousness of Elberson, and other racist white women.
Former Florida State Seminole quarterback De’Andre Johnson’s collegiate playing career was sacked by an altercation with a 21-year-old white woman.
This is not our conventional notion of white supremacy.
The enemy of Black people is habitually reduced to “the man.”However, there would be no racist white man, without a racist white woman.
Elberson was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, battery and child abuse after she was recorded terrorizing a group of black children—threatening them with a baseball bat while calling them “n-ggers.” Elberson publicly rebuked the notion of racial lynchings as white men’s work.
Johnson consoled his distraught Black mother, Pamela Jones, as he apologized for striking the woman and acknowledged that he should have walked away. Yet even Sean Hannity of FOX News was compelled to remind prosecuting attorney William Meggs that the footage reveals the White woman struck first.
Additionally, she’s accused of spewing racial insults and striking Johnson in the groin before his retaliatory response.
Sabotaging the academic genius of Black students is an act of genocide. Jamilia Blake documents teachers’ debilitating perception of Black girls and boys as threatening, unsophisticated and defiant. Lucy Michael writes that white women are central to the criminalization of Black students because they are “not blind to their own cultural practices, but deeply committed to them.”“Deeply committed” white women of Mc Kinney, Texas instigated the racial melee that introduced the nation to CNN’s “Best Place to Live.” Officer Eric Casebolt, who has since resigned, assaulted and violated a 15-year-old Black girl in a bikini.
But a white female duo was the root of the conflict.
No arrests were made, no weapons were found, but officers justified their detainment because a white “woman called claiming one of the [Black] men was going to shoot her and police.”As for rallying white goons eager to pounce on and terminate Black lives, unquestionably, #White Girls Do It Better.