Skip to comments.Google: "Learn more about the history of racial injustice in America"
Posted on 09/26/2020 4:31:54 PM PDT by Fedora
Today the blurb below the sidebar on Google's homepage includes a link which says, "Learn more about the history of racial injustice in America." The link promotes the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI), a prisoner advocacy group founded by left-wing activist Bryan Stevenson. Following his graduation from Harvard Law School in 1985, Stevenson moved to Atlanta and joined the Southern Center for Human Rights, affiliated with Morris Dees of the Southern Poverty Law Center. Stevenson ran the Center's Montgomery branch, which he converted into EJI in 1989. One action Stevenson took with the center was signing a petition to free convicted cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal which was being circulated by the Partisan Defense Committee, an affiliate of the Trotsykist organization the Spartacist League aka International Communist league, which promotes ISIS and North Korea, insists that Iran must have nuclear weapons to defend itself against "Zionist aggression", and advocates for equal rights for pedophiles. Stevenson has promoted various projects to showcase the history of slavery in a way that equates the modern judicial system with lynching. His efforts at EJI recently received funding from George Soros's Open Society Foundations as part of a $220 million pledge to support "racial justice initiatives". The Open Society has supported a Racial Justice Initiative since 2003.
google is evil
I got an idea. Let’s investigate how google is trying to influence the current election.
“google is evil”
Our media and educational system are responsible for all this evil in our country.
Very simply leftists trying to shift the blame for their racist policies to the white middle class.
Hey Google, ... Google This!
I lived in Brooklyn until 1980.
I dont need to learn any more.
There has been a history of it - most of it involving the Democrat Party.
Yes, evil to the core! Enemy of FREEDOM.
TRANSLATION: “Kill Whitey.”
Mohammed Ali on returning from the Rumble in the Jungle...
“The fight was held in the African nation of Zaire; it was insensitively called the “Rumble in the jungle.” Ali won the fight, and upon returning to the United States, he was asked by a reporter, “Champ, what did you think of Africa?” Ali replied, “Thank God my granddaddy got on that boat!” There is a characteristic mischievous pungency to Ali’s remark, yet it also expresses a widely held sentiment.”
Does Google mention that?
Another reason to use DuckDuckGo.
Did google mention any of the history of racial injustus concerning the American Indian, Irish, Chinese or anyone other than Blacks and moslems?
Breaking up Google and other Big Tech would be a winning campaign issue for Trump, IMO.
I use Firefox-I seldom see any of the Google garbage-and when I do, there is a little “X” at the right upper corner of the box it is in-point mouse-click-vanished...
Meanwhile this is what goes on in Africa TODAY!!
“Sold by their parents, around 20,000 children work on the lake, enslaved by the fishermen they call master.”
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