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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #135 on: 05 September 2020 at 13:49 »
The double edged sword of colleges/universities reopening.  On one hand we get to start up our flyering campaigns against our enemies' indoctrination centers but the downside is that it brings back and concentrates the B.L.M. and S.J.W. movements in these areas.

https://dailyegyptian.com/102185/news/black-at-siu-students-take-to-social-media-to-share-their-story/

Black at SIU- students take to social media to share their stories

By Oreoluwa Ojewuyi, Staff Reporter
September 4, 2020

@BlackatSIUC, a page on Instagram, was created as a safe place for the Black students, alumni, faculty and staff to share their stories about their time at SIU. 

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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #136 on: 28 September 2020 at 20:42 »
The black plague descends apon a small White town, while mind polluted Whites attempted to stand up to them. The small rural town of Vienna, Illinois (population 1,442 in 2018 and as of this year 98.05% White, 0.6% black. And located about 30 miles from my house) received a taste of the domestic terrorist group, BLM. Even though the lack of coloreds sound like a utopia, which it could be, it comes with downsides. The Whites in this country town are not subjected to the violence, destruction, and crime a larger population of black would produce. The Whites are tricked with the help of christ-insanity into believing the nonsense of everyone being equal in god's eyes, without the black way of life displayed in their town. It leaves the White people in a very vulnerable position. This form of mind pollution not only causes a false sense of security in this town and their lives, but many towns and lives throughout the United States.

This is why we need to step up our propaganda campaigns and work overtime to Straighten Out the White Man's Thinking. Our racial family's lives depend on it.

https://dailyegyptian.com/102931/news/all-lives-cant-matter-until-black-lives-do-racist-incident-at-vienna-high-school-leads-to-protest/

‘All lives can’t matter until Black lives do:’ Racist incident at Vienna high school leads to protest

By Keaton Yates, Jamilah Lewis, and George Wiebe
September 27, 2020

A group of students at Vienna High School created a Snapchat group titled “We hate Black people” which led one mother to take action.

 The group was reported to the school but was quickly deleted, as of now no students have been officially linked to its creation.


Brandee Lasley, a Vienna resident, and mother of Kenji Waddy, a 14-year-old Vienna high school student, collaborated with the Southern Illinois Unity Coalition to organize a Black Lives Matter protest.

When residents of Vienna discovered plans for the protest they began organizing a counter-protest in response.

On Sept. 27  the Southern Illinois Unity Coalition and citizens of southern Illinois gathered in Vienna City Park bodega in support of the Black Lives Matter movement accompanied by counter-protesters who gathered in the parking lot.

Around 70 counter-protestors attended the rally and flew Trump 2020 and confederate flags from their vehicles.


“The BLM movement seems to be nothing but violence. Look at every city they’ve been to. That’s why we’re here,” Jeff Messemore, a counter-protester, said. “If they want to peacefully protest I applaud that. Share your voice, don’t share damage cause we won’t accept that here.”

Several counter-protesters joined with Black lives matter demonstrators at the beginning of the rally for a prayer recited by Darrell Wimberly, 59, Dean of Students at Marion High School and Pastor of East Liberty Christian Church.


“I hope that people will open their eyes and open their hearts up and see we’re all in this together,” Wimberly said.

Lasley said she started planning this rally with the Unity Coalition because of the racism in Vienna High School.

“I have a son who is a freshman at the high school and he is biracial,” Lasley said. “I never want him to feel like he is judged by anybody solely on the color of his skin.”

Lasley said she feels that with the racial tensions in the United States it would be good for the community to come together to show support for minorities and Black Vienna residents.

Kenji Waddy said he does not want this to happen to anyone else.

Waddy said the main thing he deals with in regards to racism at school is micro aggressions.

“I just want parents to educate their kids and have the awkward conversations I’ve had to have with my mom,” Waddy said. “Why shouldn’t you guys?”

Vicky Higgins, a 55-year-old Vienna resident, said she attended the protest to let Black Vienna students know their lives are valued.

“Kids who have been raised in households where diversity is slim to none don’t have to fall into that pattern,” Higgins said.

Victoria Vaughn, a 17 year-old Marion resident and Higgins’ granddaughter said the Black Lives Matter movement has nothing to do with politics.

“We’re not here saying all white people are bad, we’re not here saying only Black lives matter, we’re here trying to say everybody’s life is equally important,” Vaughn said.

Vaughn said when she moved schools she endured a culture shock because the majority of the new school students were right.

“I want every race to love and appreciate where they come from without putting others down,” Vaughn said.

Chastity Mays, a 44-year-old Carbondale resident said she fears for her son’s life when he leaves the house.

“This is my life,” she said. “This is what I live with, you don’t know what it’s like to have to be so scared for the lives of your children.”

After the speakers, the protesters began to march around the park and chanting “Black lives matter” and “all lives can’t matter until Black lives do”.

In response, the counter-protestors played loud music and revved their truck engines.

The protesters stopped in front of the counter-protesters and chanted the names of Black people who have been killed by the police, including George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Tamir Rice.

The rally escalated into a heated discussion between the protesters and the counter-protesters.

Jones Steve, an 80-year old counter-protester of Vienna, said he’s never seen anything like this rally in the town.

“Black Lives matter and all lives matter, but I don’t know why they’re doing this here,” Jones said.

Jones later said protesters should stay in Carbondale.

Chastity Mays said rural towns like Vienna are the heart of America.

“The heart of America is not big cities, the majority of people live in small towns,” Mays said. “That is where we have to make the change.”

Protesters and counter-protesters engaged in multiple discussions that were supervised by the town’s police.

At the end of the rally, State Police officers escorted any protesters who felt it was unsafe to leave on their own.
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #137 on: 06 October 2020 at 12:17 »
Looks like my anti-White state has successfully passed this ignorant bill. It's bad enough that our tax revenue is being used to support the lives of niggers and mud races that would otherwise wither on the vine. But to now be robbed by the state to keep illegal immigrants that aren't even suppose to be here alive and healthy, it's ridiculous and a blatant violation of our White rights.

https://www.sj-r.com/news/20200527/illinois-to-become-1st-state-to-provide-medicaid-regardless-of-immigration-status

Illinois to become 1st state to provide Medicaid regardless of immigration status - News - The State Journal-Register

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Illinois will become the first state to provide Medicaid for undocumented seniors not only because of what state Rep. Delia Ramirez has heard from her constituents, but because of her own family’s experience.

Tucked in near the end of the 465-page budget implementation bill that passed the Illinois General Assembly late Saturday night was a provision giving Medicaid access to noncitizens over 65 years old and whose income is $12,670 or less, which is at or under the federal poverty level.

Gov. JB Pritzker said he will approve next year’s budget and its implementations. Medicaid services for qualified undocumented seniors will kick in July 1 when the 2021 budget year begins.

The expansion was a big win for the Legislative Latino Caucus, which Ramirez took lead on the effort through the health and human services working group leading up to the special session. She said the coverage will save the state money in the long run, costing about $2 million, which in her opinion, “is nothing to a $2 billion Medicaid bill.”

She said it’s about three times cheaper to cover undocumented seniors than it is to not cover them and then “have them in a hospital when they’re already dying and are in stage three of cancer and other things because they didn’t show up until they tested positive with coronavirus and then all these other things they had also came to light and became too late to prevent.”
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #138 on: 09 October 2020 at 00:56 »
All I can say is Home School.

https://wsiltv.com/2020/10/07/black-lawmakers-seek-to-reform-history-curriculum-for-illinois-schools/

Black lawmakers seek to reform history curriculum for Illinois schools

October 7, 2020 6:31 pm
Mike Miletich

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Members of the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus continue to push for education reform to lift up students who have been left out. One of their key goals is introducing a new statewide curriculum focused on Black history.

Illinois students have to learn about the Constitution and the foundation of the country. However, many don’t have an opportunity to learn about Black contributions to society until college. Lawmakers want to revise content for schools to ensure books and classroom discussions show more than oppression for Black people.

“Illustration is really important, themes are important. More importantly to me is just telling truth,” Senate Majority Leader Kimberly Lightford. “You don’t have to try to fix it, you don’t have to try to make it something pretty. Just tell the truth.”

Chicago Public Schools already teach specific units highlighting marginalized voices to empower students.

“The small side view of this is to make sure that young people in their classrooms are understanding Blackness beyond slavery and really understanding Black people’s contribution to America from its foundation and beyond,” said Dr. Maurice Swinney, CPS Chief Equity Officer.

Swinney mentioned the district is still trying to answer how to teach about Black, Latinx, and LGBTQ history throughout the curriculum instead of just one unit or a month of celebration. An expert from Georgia State University emphasized students need social-emotional learning and identity development early into schooling.

“Our students should not have to wait until adulthood to have a confidence and a refuge of self. Identity deserves a space in K-12 learning,” explained Dr. Gholdy Muhammad.

Understanding cultures

A bill filed in February calls for complete and accurate Black history education for all students. Rep. La Shawn Ford (D-Chicago) is the lead sponsor of that plan. He also happens to be a former social studies teacher. Ford feels racial tension is created when young people don’t learn and understand one another.

“Teachers, when we go to school, I think we go to school to become better people and to be more informed,” Ford said. “That’s not what our history is doing. Our history is not teaching us to be better informed and how to be more accepting.”

Advocates and lawmakers believe this could be critical for students since many older history books demonize and stereotype identities of Black and Brown Americans.

“They don’t meet the needs of society and they fail at making sure that we have a society that is respectful and knowledgeable about our brothers and sisters,” Ford added.

Several participants in Wednesday’s hearing noted people are too comfortable with whiteness and Eurocentricity. Experts feel teachers and students learn the most when they’re uncomfortable with new content. Muhammad feels lawmakers need to set a standard for teachers and professional development groups.

“We have to change the state’s standards and make it mandatory because then you start to change recruitment and interview protocols of what it takes to be a teacher here. You have to be ready to teach within this model,” said Muhammad.
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #139 on: 13 October 2020 at 02:43 »
Nothing good ever comes from East St. Louis.

Here's a little about that town. The racial makeup of the city is 97.74% Black or African-American, 1.23% White, 0.19% Native American, 0.08% Asian-American, 0.03% Pacific Islander, 0.19% from other races, and 0.55% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0.73% of the population. So of course the black plague's overwhelming majority has caused the city to become the most dangerous city in the country, according to a home safety trade group. The National Council for Home Safety and Security examined violent crime stats in nearly 3,500 towns/cities in America and devised its Top 100 list based on incidents of violent crime per 100,000 residents (May 8, 2018).

https://www.bnd.com/news/local/article246388170.html

Here’s how to fight the pandemic of racism in East St. Louis, Illinois Lt. Gov. says

BY DEASIA PAIGE
OCTOBER 12, 2020

Illinois Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton offered plans to help bring social justice to the state Sunday night during the East St. Louis NAACP’s 66th annual Freedom Fund Awards Ceremony.

Stratton was the keynote speaker of the virtual event. The ceremony, themed” Call for Change: Eliminating Systemic Racism in Pursuit of Justice and Equity,” was a virtual celebration of the chapter’s work along with honoring members in the community.

The event’s theme aligned with the chapter’s ongoing virtual town hall series that’s focused on addressing the five pillars of inequality: education, voting rights, criminal justice reform, health care and economic opportunity.

“Though we’ve learned to play with these different gadgets and use cool backgrounds, what has brought us up to this new normal is a deadly pandemic,” East St. Louis NAACP president Stanley Franklin said. “This pandemic has been especially hard on the African American community. What we’ve learned from these studies is that we’re more likely to contract the virus not because we’re hanging out more than other people but because we had pre-existing health conditions. We’re less likely to have health insurance and more likely to have employment that doesn’t accommodate virtual working.

“Before the pandemic, Black and brown people were already suffering from a pandemic-like condition. The disease doesn’t have a fancy name like coronavirus. We simply call it racism, and it’s a pandemic.”

Stratton, who’s the first Black woman to become the state’s lieutenant governor, addressed how the current climate of COVID-19 and police brutality ultimately disadvantage Black people in this country.

“We are living in unprecedented times and defining moments,” Stratton said in her speech. “Systemic racism has gripped this nation since the Middle Passage, robbing our ancestors of their freedom, their culture and the opportunity to use their talents in an open society that would compensate and acknowledge their contributions.

“We all know that kneeling is for protests and for prayer, yet we were traumatized over and over again by watching the video of a Minnesota police officer as he knelt on the neck of George Floyd for 8 minutes and 46 seconds. We all know that a grand jury is supposed to be a pathway for accountability and fairness, yet we were traumatized by a legal decision that left only unanswered questions and no justice for Breonna Taylor who was shot eight times in her home by police officers in Louisville.”

Stratton outlined ways her office is planning to make lives better for Black people in Illinois.

“How do we fight systemic racism?” Stratton asked. “We fight it with peaceful protests and with policy reform and federal resources that can help stem the cycle of structural discrimination. We’re building toward an Illinois that works for everyone, and criminal justice reform is a key component of that holistic approach.”

In 2019, Stratton worked with Gov. J.B. Pritzker to form the Justice, Equity and Opportunity Initiative, which was established by executive order to create policies furthering an equitable criminal justice system. According to Stratton, one of those plans includes addressing how life experiences are influenced by childhood trauma.

“To address systemic racism, we have to start with our babies and our youngest children to make sure we are on the right paths,” she said.

Stratton also mentioned the role of housing justice and economic opportunity as means through which to achieve racial justice. Through the state’s Restore, Reinvest and Renew program, grants were awarded to communities that have witnessed severe economic disinvestment, like East St. Louis.

“These are communities that have been victims of the war on drugs and tough on crime policies and broken windows and policing and countless failed criminal justice policies that have come before us, but we’ll fight head-on.”

Healing is a key component of that fight. To end her speech, Stratton emphasized the importance of healing in the fight for racial justice. Last week, her office announced the Healing Illinois intiative, which is a $4.5 million grant program created to foster dialogue surrounding racial healing in the state.

“What we know is that hurt people, hurt people; but healed people, heal people. In Illinois, we are leading the way, moving with all-deliberate speed in the direction of justice, equity and opportunity for all.”
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