Date: Sat, March 17, 2012 3:33 pm

Subject: Re: [psysr-disc] "Uproar Racial Tensions - White Shooting Death of Black Teen in FL"



Jln wrote:

Do you know of any groups, maybe psychologists at UDC, who have gone public with their outrage about this?

On Mar 17, 2012, at 3:51 PM, Tsr wrote:

Yet another real life (and death) example of modern day racism, a lynching by another name. HERE.

Darrellyn Sue Poole was a distinguished newspaper reporter in South Carolina, who persisted in arguing against the "madness" of the prevailing culture of racism. [For instance, she wrote for the Orangeburg Times & Democrat, [from the] site of the well-known incident (1968) in the Civil Rights movement.) Because she was identifiably a "mental patient," her career was destroyed.

I do think that "social justice advocacy" involves speaking about the "outrage" and .. beyond that, the advocacy for dignity and respect that social responsibility entails.


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