LinkedIn has removed the racist "be less white" course featuring "anti-racist" Robin DiAngelo from its LinkedIn Learning platform after public backlash.

They always have the same look on their face - barely concealed hatred combined with insane eyes.

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Could this be the perfect Democrat?

  • Mentally ill
  • Likes to kill old people by shoving COVID patients into elderly care
  • Double standards (it removed it's own mother from care before signing edict)
  • Strong advocate for mutilating children
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Harvard recently produced a study on how reparations for slavery could reduce coronavirus transmissions and the death rate. 

They've completely trashed the reputation & value of the Harvard brand.

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MSNBC anchor Joy Reid on Wednesday's broadcast of her show "The ReidOut," gave her take on the legacy of late conservatives talker Rush Limbaugh. | Clips

Nope, that would be you doing that.

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Experts say that communities of color were hit with blackouts in Texas first and are likely to face more hurdles getting help or being able to recover financially.Why it matters: "These are communities that have already been hit hardest with COVID," Robert Bullard, a professor and expert on wealth and racial disparities related to the environment, told The New York Times. "They’re the households working two minimum wage jobs, the essential workers who don’t get paid if they don’t go to work."Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.The big picture: The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), which manages the flow of electric power in the state, started conducting power outages to balance the demand and supply of the electric grid. But, but, but: Urban and downtown areas, which have the most affluent residents, have been almost completely exempt from blackouts, with surrounding, underprivileged neighborhoods having to endure long blackouts, some of which last days, per The Washington Post."A vivid metaphor for the state’s entrenched inequities emerged Monday night: The illuminated Texas skylines of downtown buildings and newly filled luxury hotels cast against the darkened silhouettes of freezing neighborhoods," The Post writes.This is not the first time marginalized neighborhoods are left as the ones to bear the brunt. The coronavirus pandemic has disproportionately affected Black and Hispanic people, and this winter storm shows how they continue to be the most vulnerable."It’s not just today. It’s not just this emergency. It’s every emergency," Natasha Harper-Madison, mayor pro-tem of Austin, told The Guardian. “These are the kinds of disparities that we see on a normal basis all the time. They just happen to be amplified because of the emergency.”The bottom line: “These communities are gonna have to go back to work in a few days, when the snow melts,” Cecilia Corral, co-founder of CareMessage, a nonprofit focused on medical undeserved areas, told The Guardian. “Who’s gonna advocate for them, so that this doesn’t happen again?”More from Axios: Sign up to get the latest market trends with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free

Who's the asshole that keeps linking Yahoo stories?

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Police are looking for a group of about 12 men and women for an assault on the Lower East Side Friday.

NASA

North American Street Apes

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Trump launched an extraordinary personal attack on the 'third-rate' GOP Senate leader in a statement from Mar-a-Lago via his PAC which puts the party in an all-out civil war.

Mitch = every single thing wrong with the GOP.

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Mark Federman, left, sent East Side Community High School parents documents asking them rate their 'whiteness,' right. The 'graphic includes a meter from 'supremacist' to 'white abolitionist.'

Race traitors are like RINOs....societal cancer.

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Scientists in a lab in New Mexico realised the variant had been caused by a mixing of two previous versions of the virus because it had acquired a large number of mutations suddenly in one go.

Is the 99.96% survivable strain merging with the 99.97% survival strain? OMG! Lockdown everyone forever!

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Danielle Hopton, left, was allegedly murdered by her ex Stephen McNeil, right, after they got in a fight at the Whispering Pines Apartments complex in Fort Collins, inset.

Mudsharking is a dangerous hobby. Somebody should tell libturds.

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