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Re: Pandering to the Kikes, Niggers, Mud Races and Fags
« Reply #25 on: 23 November 2019 at 14:15 »
Looks like there was a list made of 11 cities that I won't be visiting.

https://www.nbcnews.com/feature/nbc-out/11-gay-friendly-small-cities-big-red-states-n1086081

11 gay-friendly small cities in big red states

From West Virginia to Alaska, LGBTQ-inclusive cities can be found across the U.S., according to Human Rights Campaign's annual Municipal Equality Index.

Nov. 22, 2019, 4:36 PM CST
By Quinn Gawronski

While large cities in blue states — like New York and San Francisco — are well known for their LGBTQ inclusivity, accepting environments can now be found across the country, even in some unexpected places.

The Human Rights Campaign’s annual Municipal Equality Index rated more than 500 cities and towns based on how inclusive their municipal laws, policies and services are of the LGBTQ people who live and work there. Each municipality was rated on a scale of 0 to 100 based on 49 different criteria including nondiscrimination laws and “city leadership’s public position on equality.”

This year’s report heralded 88 cities with a perfect score of 100, and many of the index's high-scoring municipalities can be found in states not typically thought of as being inclusive to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people.

Here are 11 small cities (less than 200,000 residents) in red states (those that haven’t voted for a Democrat for president in the 21st Century) that scored at least an 80 on HRC’s Municipal Equality Index.

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Columbia, Missouri
MEI score: 100, Population: 122,000

The Midwestern town is home to the University of Missouri and has a bustling nightlife scene with a multitude of gay-friendly spots. The city’s MEI score has risen sharply since 2015 when it received a 74, in large part due to city initiatives like the hiring of a LGBTQ liaison to its police department.

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Missoula, Montana
MEI score: 100, Population: 73,000

For six years, representatives in the mountain state of Montana fought to decriminalize consensual same-sex relations, which was formerly classified as a felony. The law was ruled unconstitutional in 1997, and Missoula has continued to advocate for the equal rights of its LGBTQ citizens since. Last year, the town unveiled a rainbow crosswalk that was planned by Empower Montana’s youth program, Youth Forward.

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Brookings, South Dakota
MEI score: 100, Population: 24,000

After Brookings received a score of 12 out of 100 in 2013, local leaders embarked on a multiyear mission to bump their rating to 100. It wasn’t until 2018, when the town adopted a nondiscrimination ordinance, that it finally achieved the coveted score. Brookings is an outlier in South Dakota, where the average MEI score is 31, well below the national average of 58.

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Huntington, West Virginia
MEI score: 100, Population 47,000

Since Huntington was first placed on the index in 2012, the small town has more than doubled its MEI score. Aside from anti-discrimination ordinances, the city also launched the Open for All campaign, which encourages businesses to post a sticker that signifies their support of the LGBTQ community. The Human Rights Campaign called the town a “shining beacon of hope” in a part of the country not known for LGBTQ inclusivity.

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Covington, Kentucky
MEI score: 94, Population: 40,000

In 2003, Covington passed one of the state’s first fairness ordinances, which prohibited LGBTQ discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations. This year, the city celebrated Northern Kentucky Pride's 10-year anniversary with a vibrant rainbow crosswalk. The annual pride event's slogan reads “Y’all Means All.”

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Norman, Oklahoma
MEI score: 92, Population: 123,000

Norman, home of the University of Oklahoma, became the first city in the conservative state to pass a nondiscrimination ordinance for LGBTQ people. Norman’s progressive policies toward gay residents is evident in it’s index score, which is 30 points above the second-highest ranked Oklahoma city in the index.

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Charleston, West Virginia
MEI score 91, Population 45,000

The capital and most populous city in West Virginia has moved to improve the lives and rights of its local LGBTQ community. In May, Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin announced the creation of the city’s first LGBTQ working group, which will develop anti-bullying policies and LGBTQ-awareness training within the city.

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Flagstaff, Arizona
MEI score: 88, Population: 72,000

Nestled next to ponderosa pine forests and mountain ranges, Flagstaff is particularly inclusive to the LGBTQ community. The city is home to Pride in the Pines, an annual LGBTQ celebration that has featured neon dance parties and performers from “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

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Juneau, Alaska
MEI score: 86, Population 32,000

Juneau is home to the Southeast Alaska LGBTQ+ Alliance, also known as SEAGLA. The group began meeting in 1980 and offered a safe space to same-sex couples, with events that included dance parties, solstice celebrations and potlucks. In 2014, SEAGLA planned Juneau’s first pride event, and the organization has continued to meet and advocate for the LGBTQ community since it’s inception.

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Manhattan, Kansas
MEI score: 83, Population: 54,000

Kansas made strides toward equal protections this year, with the state’s MEI score increasing by 12 points. Manhattan is the second-highest rated city behind Overland Park, a much larger suburb of Kansas City. Kansas State University is in Manhattan and was recently ranked as one of the 25 most LGBTQ friendly universities in the U.S. by Campus Pride.

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Charleston, South Carolina
MEI score: 81, Population 130,000

The city's historic cobblestone streets are a safe haven for the LGBTQ community, with year-round celebrations that extend far beyond pride week. The city holds an annual LGBTQ Wedding Expo, where spouses-to-be can connect with wedding professionals.
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Re: Pandering to the Kikes, Niggers, Mud Races and Fags
« Reply #26 on: 06 December 2019 at 12:45 »
This push for diversity (a.k.a. less White people) makes me Sick. These is just another attempt to remove the White Race from the world. They pull this b.s. in everything from ballets/plays like this, to our schools, our governments, places we live, and even our history. I don't see them telling the nigger or other muds races to diversify with more Whites. I don't think we'll be seeing a remake of Roots anytime soon, starting a White playing Kunta Kinte.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/12/04/us/charlotte-nebres-nyc-ballet-nutcracker-trnd

New York City Ballet's 'Nutcracker' has cast a black Marie for the first time

By Harmeet Kaur | CNN | December 4, 2019

Charlotte Nebres, right, was cast as Marie in New York City Ballet's annual production of "George Balanchine's The Nutcracker."


It's Not ALRIGHT TO BE WHITE with the New York City Ballet
The New York City Ballet is proud to have removed all Whites

(CNN)For the first time, New York City Ballet has cast a black Marie in its annual production of "George Balanchine's The Nutcracker," which premiered in 1954.

This season, the leading role of the young heroine is being played by 11-year-old Charlotte Nebres.

But for Charlotte, who grew up with role models like Misty Copeland, it just reaffirms that nothing can hold her back.

When her mother Danielle Nebres told her she was the first black Marie, the New York Times reported, she simply responded: "Wow. That seems a little late."

Dena Abergel, children's ballet master at New York City Ballet, acknowledged that the casting decision was a significant milestone. But Charlotte wasn't cast because of the color of her skin or as part of a diversity initiative, she said.

Charlotte simply had everything she was looking for in the character of Marie. "When I'm looking for someone who can do Marie, I'm looking for someone primarily who has an ability to act on stage and to convey a story," said Abergel. "... It has to be someone who can command the stage and who has enough confidence and spontaneity to handle whatever comes her way."

Abergel already knew Charlotte quite well.

She had her as a student at the School of American Ballet, a feeder school for New York City Ballet. And Charlotte had also performed with the ballet company in last year's Nutcracker and a production of Sleeping Beauty.

And when the time came for casting for this season's production of the Nutcracker in late September, Charlotte impressed again.

Sometimes when Abergel tells young dancers that they have a role, they jump up and down and scream excitedly.

An interesting thing about Charlotte, Abergel said, is that she's more expressive onstage than offstage. She's "not an extroverted person," so it was hard to tell how she really felt about landing the role.

When Charlotte emerged from her "Nutcracker" audition, she surprised even her mother.

"With that poker face of hers, she said, 'Well, I'm Marie,'" Nebres told The New York Times. "And I just thought, oh my goodness -- they really did it. I couldn't believe it."


The school has made an effort to diversify

The cast of New York City Ballet's production is particularly diverse this season.

In addition to Charlotte, the other young leads are also children of color.

Tanner Quirk, who plays Charlotte's Prince is half-Chinese, according to The New York Times. The children are always double cast, and Sophia Thomopoulos, who plays the other Marie, is half-Korean, half-Greek. Her Prince is Kai Misra-Stone, who is half-South Asian.

Abergel said she had no idea what backgrounds the dancers were from until it was reported in the media. Instead, she said, this year's cast is a reflection of the "tremendous" effort that the School of American Ballet has made to diversify its student body in recent years.

About half of the students of the school are "diverse," she said, which means that the students in front of her while she's casting will inevitably come from varied backgrounds.

"Because I have the diversity of students and the pool to choose from that is diverse, some of those students will end up being the leads and it just happened to work out without my even realizing it that all four were of some mixed diversity," Abergel said. "And that's just mirroring what's happening in New York City and around the world."

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Re: Pandering to the Kikes, Niggers, Mud Races and Fags
« Reply #27 on: 18 December 2019 at 04:30 »
If we want to pander to the kike, we need money and a open position for a doctor (if there is no Jews around, we give it to the Muslim)

If we want to pander to the nigger, we need a 40oz of Colt 45 and a hit of PCP. Ya know, that gangsta life...I mean as they call it; "the game"

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Re: Pandering to the Kikes, Niggers, Mud Races and Fags
« Reply #28 on: 22 January 2020 at 02:57 »
The niggers, muds and race traitors won't be happy until they change or destroy all White history. It's a damn shame this is allowed to happen.

https://fox43.com/2020/01/20/3-buildings-at-dickinson-college-may-be-renamed-due-to-ties-to-slavery/


3 buildings at Dickinson College may be renamed due to ties to slavery

POSTED 3:48 PM, JANUARY 20, 2020
BY J BITTNER FOX43,
UPDATED AT 05:58PM, JANUARY 20, 2020

Proposal raised to rename 3 buildings at Dickinson College following report on slavery

Dickinson College will soon consider a proposal that would rename three campus buildings because the people whose names adorn the buildings were advocates for slavery. The proposal includes Armstrong and Cooper Residential Halls, named after John Armstrong and Thomas Cooper. The third building is Montgomery Hall, named after John Montgomery, otherwise known to students as the home of the Theatre and Dance Department.

The proposal follows a 35-page report that took a hard look at the history of Dickinson College's ties to slavery and anti-slavery. The report identified a total of 7 former slaveholders who are currently being honored on campus. However, it notes Armstrong, Cooper, and Hall were the only three among the seven that never renounced slaveholding.

The report also found that John Armstrong, Thomas Cooper and John Montgomery were not always publicly commemorated on campus. Armstrong and Cooper residential halls received their names in the 1990s. Montgomery Hall received its name during the 1950s.

Soon to be graduate and history major Cooper Wingert was just one of the many students involved in the project entitled 'Dickinson & Slavery' prepared by the House Divided Project.

"Over 60 percent of Dickinson's founding board of trustees were slaveholders," said Wingert. But he said, the most surprising part the students uncovered in their report was "the role that formerly enslaved people played on the Dickinson Campus after the Civil War."

The report also notes there are multiple African-American's who helped shape the history of the campus who are not recognized including:

- Noah Pinkney: "A former slave and Union army veteran who served food to the students for decades. Pinkney was so popular that he was honored with a plaque on East College gate during the 1950s."
- Henry Spradley: A "former slave and Union army veteran, was employed for years as a college janitor. Dickinson cancelled classes to host Spradley`s memorial service in the 1890s."
- Robert Young: "The longest-serving employee of the college (until recently), a former slave who worked for over forty years as a domestic servant, janitor, and campus policeman. Young is now best known, however, for initially helping to integrate the school in the 1880s by insisting in the face of delays and some objections that his son get admitted as the community`s first African American student."

"It's (the report) to bring some of these stories back to life that had not been part of the college's history," said Wingert. "We're arguing that we should recognize these figures and that obviously prompts the debate on how to recognize these long-overlooked individuals."

Wingert said the students behind the project encourage the discussion to take place as well across the larger Carlisle community. The students' work has persuaded the creation of an Ad Hoc Committee to discuss the renaming of buildings and to add commemoration for the people they recognize in the report as unsung heroes on campus. Wingert said the committee will meet at the end of the month to make recommendations that will then go to the Board of Trustees for consideration in March.

Dickinson College released the following statement:

"A committee of faculty, staff, students and trustees are currently considering the renaming of three campus buildings due to the namesakes’ ties to slavery. Recommendations to rename the buildings are one of the outcomes of faculty and student research that began in 2017 to explore the college’s ties to both slavery and anti-slavery. The committee’s recommendations will be shared with the administration, and ultimately the Board of Trustees. The college commends everyone involved in this critical work and the thoughtful discussions taking place around this important subject."

Those involved in The Dickinson & Slavery Report include: House Divided Project Matthew Pinsker,Sarah Aillon, `19, Amanda Donoghue, `19, Sarah Goldberg, `18, Frank Kline, `18, Rachel Morgan, `18, Rebecca Stout, `19, Naji Thompson, `19, Sam Weisman, `18, and Cooper Wingert, `20
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Re: Pandering to the Kikes, Niggers, Mud Races and Fags
« Reply #29 on: 22 January 2020 at 03:54 »
Next they'll be outlawing modern spoken English as a language due to its Colonial/Slaver background and enforcing Ebonics as the Woke Language of Acceptance. If you doubt me, there's already a campaign to internationalise English in that exact way.

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