George Floyd’s murder and police officer Derek Chauvin’s conviction for the crime have sparked conversations all over the United States and the world about whether police are biased against Black and brown Americans and perpetuate white supremacy.
“Yarmulke” is sometimes rendered as “yamaka” and “yamica,” but also the just plain wrong “yakama.”
“Right now things may seem like they’re quiet, but you never know when it will rear its ugly head again.”
The mug was stamped with a red, white and blue “Q,” the word “QAnon” and an abbreviation one of the far-right movement’s slogans.
“It is inherently wrong to aggressively police one group of people, yet ignore another group that commits the same infraction.”
De Blasio echoed anti-Semitic tropes that have associated Jews with social problems, especially illness, for millennia, the letter said.
“The plan was to have a specific number of people who could go into one street, then close it down, and have the car go to the next street.”
“When you capture data more efficiently obviously the analysis is more efficient.”
Their actions “caused, and continue to cause, immediate and irreparable harm to the rights guaranteed to petitioner and to the public at large.”
Will more NYPD officers stop anti-Semitic assaults in New York? Some Orthodox Jews say yes, but other Jews and people of color disagree.