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Re: Pandering to the Kikes, Niggers, Mud Races and Fags
« Reply #115 on: 14 September 2020 at 06:25 »
https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/2020/09/14/surf-star-takes-a-knee-for-black-lives-matter

Black Lives Matter protests in the sporting arena have now spread from the football field to the waves, as Australia’s athletes join their international counterparts in confronting racism and discrimination.

It comes as the federal attorney-general is pushed to give greater powers to agencies monitoring racism and vilification online, including to address a string of high-profile vile incidents of abuse against sporting stars.

Aussie surfer Tyler Wright is just the latest to voice her support of the global BLM push, inscribing the movement on the bottom of her board and taking a symbolic knee at the Tweed Coast Pro in northern NSW.

It’s the first major surfing competition in Australia since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, and Wright – world champion in 2016 and 2017 – wasted no time in lending her support to the international anti-racism push.

Athletes from countless major sporting codes have kneeled on the competition arena before starting play, or made other symbolic gestures in support of Black Lives Matter, since the American-born movement was reignited following the death of Minnesota man George Floyd in May


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« Reply #116 on: 14 September 2020 at 11:46 »
She’d change her tune if she lived in a black area

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« Reply #117 on: 16 September 2020 at 10:28 »
What a waste of tax revenue. A niggress who associated with drug dealers gets killed when her new boyfriend has a shoot out with the police. Now for the niggress' bad/criminal decisions and unwillingness to follow a decent lifestyle, we have to pay.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/city-louisville-reaches-settlement-breonna-taylor-s-family-n1240115

City of Louisville reaches $12 million settlement with Breonna Taylor's family

"As significant as today is," said Breonna Taylor's mother, Tamika Palmer, "it's only the beginning of getting full justice for Breonna."

Breonna Taylor family attorney: 'We would not be here today' without protesters

Sept. 15, 2020, 8:42 AM CDT / Updated Sept. 15, 2020, 6:56 PM CDT
By Janelle Griffith, Laura Strickler and Gabe Gutierrez

The city of Louisville, Kentucky, has reached a $12 million settlement with Breonna Taylor's family six months after she was killed in her home during a police drug raid.

Mayor Greg Fischer announced the terms of the settlement at a news conference Tuesday afternoon with Taylor's family and their attorneys, Benjamin Crump, Sam Aguiar and Lonita Baker.

The settlement does not require the city to admit any wrongdoing.

"It is just an acknowledgment of the need for reform and the need for a settlement to take place," Fischer said.

He described Taylor's death as a tragedy and noted that it had been 186 days since she was killed.

"Her death has ignited a movement in Louisville, in the nation, for racial justice, sending thousands into our streets and cities all across the country and the world," he said. "All crying out for justice for Breonna."

He said he was "deeply sorry" for Taylor's death.

"While we await a decision from Attorney General Daniel Cameron on whether or not charges will be filed in this case, my administration is not waiting to move ahead with needed reforms to prevent a tragedy like this from ever happening again," Fischer said.

Breonna Taylor’s family agrees to $12 million settlement with city of Louisville

The settlement will include police reforms like changes to the approval process for and execution of search warrants, a housing credit program to provide incentives for officers to live in certain low-income areas in the city and the expansion of random drug testing of officers. In addition, social workers will be hired to assist with dispatched runs.

"It's important to note here that a financial settlement was nonnegotiable without significant police reform, and that's what we were able to do today," Baker said, adding that there is still work to be done.

Baker thanked Fischer for committing to the reforms and said it was "unheard of" to reach an agreement of this type in a civil lawsuit.

Crump and Baker said they are still demanding that the state attorney general, who is leading the investigation, bring charges against the three white officers who shot into Taylor's apartment. At the very minimum, Crump said, they should face second-degree manslaughter charges.

"It has been so long getting to this day, where we could assure that Breonna Taylor's life wouldn't be swept under the rug like so many other Black women in America who have been killed by police, marginalized," Crump said.

He credited Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., whose help he said he enlisted to bring attention to the case, with having been the first national elected official to discuss Taylor's death on national television. He also applauded activists on the ground who continue to call for justice.

"Breonna Taylor is a light to help heal what is happening in America," he said.

The settlement was first reported by The Courier-Journal newspaper of Louisville.

Taylor's mother, Tamika Palmer, sued three Louisville Metro Police Department officers in late April, accusing them of wrongfully causing her daughter's death. The lawsuit alleged that police used excessive force and that the search was grossly negligent. In an amended complaint filed in July, Taylor's family claimed that the raid was connected to a gentrification project.

Palmer, who, along with her attorneys, wore a black mask with Taylor's name in white lettering, spoke briefly at the news conference.

"As significant as today is, it's only the beginning of getting full justice for Breonna," Palmer said. "We must not lose focus on what the real job is. It's time to move forward with the criminal charges, because she deserves that and much more."

She said her daughter's "beautiful spirit and personality are working through all of us on the ground," and she implored people to "continue to say her name."

Many people have used the hashtag #SayHerName to remember Taylor and other Black women, such as Atatiana Jefferson, who was shot and killed in her home by a Fort Worth, Texas, police officer in October. The hashtag has helped to raise awareness about their deaths.

In an interview after the news conference, Palmer expressed optimism for the police reforms announced by Fischer.

“They won’t help Breonna, but they will definitely make sure that we hopefully don’t have another Breonna,” Palmer said. “If we do that, the cases will be handled different and the people will be held more accountable for those actions.”

Breonna Taylor’s family agrees to $12 million settlement with city of Louisville

But she said the settlement was not enough to make up for the loss of her daughter and doubled down on charges being brought against the officers involved in Taylor’s death.

“It’s a start in the right direction, but I don’t know that you can put a dollar amount on her life. She was so much more than that,” said Palmer, who held a face mask with a portrait of Taylor on it.

“There was a crime committed and they should have to pay for it — I understand that they're police officers, but that doesn't make you above the law.”

Louisville police Officer Brett Hankison, who shot 10 rounds blindly into Taylor's apartment — where no drugs or money were found — was fired in June.

Officer Myles Cosgrove and Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly have been placed on administrative leave, along with the detective who requested the warrant.

None of the officers involved in the case have been charged. An attorney representing the officers declined a request for comment.

Officers killed Taylor, 26, an emergency medical technician, after midnight March 13 while serving a "no knock" warrant. Mattingly was shot in the thigh by Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, who said he thought an intruder was breaking into the home.

Taylor had no criminal record and was never the target of an inquiry.

Police were executing the no-knock search warrant in a drug investigation involving Taylor's ex-boyfriend Jamarcus Glover, a convicted drug dealer. He had listed her apartment as his address and used it to receive packages, authorities said.

Taylor's case gained national attention after the death of George Floyd, a Black man who died after a white Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for several minutes in May. Their deaths sparked global protests and calls for a national reckoning over racism and police brutality.

Many celebrities, including NBA star LeBron James and media mogul Oprah Winfrey, have called for the officers to be charged. Winfrey ceded the September cover of O: The Oprah Magazine to Taylor. Winfrey also had 26 billboards put up around Louisville. Each billboard — one for each year of Taylor's life — demands justice and displays a quotation from Winfrey: "If you turn a blind eye to racism, you become an accomplice to it."

In June, Louisville officials passed Breonna's Law. The measure banned the use of no-knock warrants, which allow police to forcibly enter people's homes without warning.
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https://sfmayor.org/article/mayor-london-breed-announces-launch-pilot-program-provide-basic-income-black-and-pacific


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Mayor London Breed Announces Launch of Pilot Program to Provide Basic Income to Black and Pacific Islander Women During Pregnancy
Monday, September 14, 2020
The Abundant Birth Project is the first program of its kind in the country, and will study the health impacts of providing people with targeted supplemental income during pregnancy and for six months postpartum

San Francisco, CA — Mayor London N. Breed, in partnership with Expecting Justice, today announced the launch of the Abundant Birth Project, a pilot program that provides targeted basic income to women during pregnancy and after giving birth. The pilot will provide an unconditional monthly income supplement of $1,000 to approximately 150 Black and Pacific Islander women in San Francisco for the duration of their pregnancy and for the first six months of their baby’s life, with a goal of eventually providing a supplement for up to two years post-pregnancy. Expecting Justice, a collective impact initiative led by Dr. Zea Malawa at the San Francisco Department of Public Health and supported by the Hellman Foundation and the UCSF California Preterm Birth Initiative, will study the resulting health impacts of the pilot program, which is the first of its kind in the United States.

The Abundant Birth Project is a simple, yet novel, approach to achieving better maternal health and birthing outcomes: provide pregnant Black and Pacific Islander women a monthly income supplement for the duration of their pregnancy and during the postpartum period as an economic and reproductive health intervention. Prematurity is a leading cause of infant mortality and has been linked to lifelong conditions, such as behavioral development issues, learning difficulties, and chronic disease. In San Francisco, Black infants are almost twice as likely to be born prematurely compared with White infants (13.8% versus 7.3%, from 2012-2016) and Pacific Islander infants have the second-highest preterm birth rate (10.4%). Furthermore, Black families account for half of the maternal deaths and over 15% of infant deaths, despite representing only 4% of all births. Pacific Islander families face similar disparities.

“Providing guaranteed income support to mothers during pregnancy is an innovative and equitable approach that will ease some of the financial stress that all too often keeps women from being able to put their health first,” said Mayor Breed. “The Abundant Birth Project is rooted in racial justice and recognizes that Black and Pacific Islander mothers suffer disparate health impacts, in part because of the persistent wealth and income gap. Thanks to the work of the many partners involved, we are taking real action to end these disparities and are empowering mothers with the resources they need to have healthy pregnancies and births.”

The project is a fully funded public-private partnership designed under the collaborative change model, a process which directly involves all impacted and interested parties in decision-making. The Abundant Birth Project entered its design phase after receiving a Hellman Collaborative Change Initiative grant from the Hellman Foundation, and has since gone on to also receive an award of $1.1 million from Jack Dorsey’s #startsmall campaign, $200,000 from Genentech, and $200,000 from the San Francisco Department of Public Health. Additional funders include California Preterm Birth Initiative at UCSF, WKKF (Kellogg Foundation), San Francisco Health Plan, Tipping Point, Economic Security Project, Walter and Elise Haas, San Francisco Foundation, and Friedman Family Foundation.

“Structural racism, which has left Black and Pacific Islander communities particularly exposed to COVID-19, also threatens the lives of Black and PI mothers and babies,” said Dr. Zea Malawa. “Providing direct, unconditional cash aid is a restorative step that not only demonstrates trust in women to make the right choices for themselves and their families, but could also decrease the underlying stress of financial insecurity that may be contributing to the high rates of premature birth in these communities. It is exciting to be in a city that not only calls out racism as a problem, but also takes steps to heal the wounds left by decades of injustice and anti-Black sentiment.”

“San Francisco has seen lasting health disparities in the Black and Pacific Islander communities, which we cannot allow to continue,” said Dr. Grant Colfax, Director of the San Francisco Department of Public Health. “The Abundant Birth Project addresses those disparities in a positive and active way, to directly benefit expecting mothers and their babies in those communities.”

One theory for these unacceptable disparities is the growing racial wealth gap in San Francisco. Even before the pandemic, Black and Pacific Islander families faced some of the greatest degrees of income inequality in San Francisco. The median annual household income for Black and Pacific Islander families in San Francisco is close to $30,000 and $67,000 respectively, compared with over $104,000 citywide.

The Abundant Birth Project will work with local prenatal care providers and the City’s own network of pregnancy support services to identify and enroll eligible clients over the next two years. The project will target low-income and middle-income pregnant people with the income supplement given the high cost of living in San Francisco.

The community itself was involved at every phase of development of the Abundant Birth Project program. Black and Pacific Islander mothers were part of the design team and have been recruited and trained as community researchers to engage pregnant mothers and women with children to obtain accurate on-the-ground data about the actual needs of potential participants.

“The Abundant Birth Project is exactly the kind of innovative, community-driven social policy solution that the Hellman Collaborative Change Initiative was designed to support,” said Susan Hirsch, Executive Director of the Hellman Foundation. “When we made the first grant to this project a year ago, we did so cognizant of the fact that Black and Pacific Islander mothers have long faced structural racism that impacts the ability to have healthy birth outcomes, and that for too long those concerns went unaddressed by those in power. What we never could have imagined was how the current pandemic would rip open a chasm within our society and make clear exactly why we all must listen to those with lived experiences — the very people who have been sounding the alarm and providing cogent and restorative solutions all along. It is our responsibility not just as a donor community but as human beings to listen to one another, to encourage others to do the same, and to partner with local government to address seemingly intractable problems that are the consequences of years of inequality.”

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« Reply #119 on: 17 September 2020 at 19:53 »
Wray Claims “White Supremacists” Make Up the Largest Share of Racially Motivated Terrorists in the US as BLM Burns Businesses to the Ground

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/09/wray-claims-white-supremacists-make-largest-share-racially-motivated-terrorists-us-blm-burns-businesses-ground-video/


FBI Director Christopher Wray on Thursday said “white supremacists” make up the largest share of racially motivated terrorists in the United States.

Wray made these statements during a testimony before the House Homeland Security Committee.

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