The words “fuck niggers” and “Trump” were painted on a car belonging to former University of Tennessee football player Chris Weatherd.

—A note reading “Gay Families = Burn in Hell” and “Trump 2016” was placed on a car in North Carolina.

–Strangers told an Indian-American Google employee it’s “time to get out of the country Apu” while he was filling his car at a gas station.

—A swastika, the words “Sieg Heil” and reference to Trump were painted across a Philadelphia storefront.

—A swastika and the words “Make America White Again” were painted on a wall in a Wellsville, NY park.

—The words “#FuckNiggers,” #FuckAllPorchMonkeys,” and Donald Trump’s name were painted across a student of color’s locker in a Maple Grove, Minn., high school.

—Swastikas and Trump-related graffiti were found in restrooms at Council Rock North High School in Newtown, Pa.

—A group of students carrying Trump signs chanted “White Power” through the halls of the the York County School of Technology in York, Pa.

—Four white men allegedly threatened a black woman, asking her “how scared are you now, black bitch?” in Delaware.

—A Muslim woman was reportedly threatened by Trump supporter armed with a knife at the University of Illinois.

—Latino high school students were told “you wetbacks need to go back to Mexico” in Salt Lake City.

—Trump supporters parked a pickup truck outside a house for students of African descent at Wellesley college, and jeered residents with pro-Trump slogans.

—KKK recruitment fliers reading “Get off the fence, whitey” were distributed in Birmingham, Ala.

—White students at Royal Oak Middle School outside Detroit, Mich., chanted “build that wall” as Latino classmates watched and cried.

—A black doll with a noose around its neck was found in an elevator at Canisius College in Buffalo, N.Y.

—“Niggers die here” was scrawled across a bus stop in Grand Island, N.Y., alongside drawings of nooses.

—“Trump” was written on the door to a room used by Muslim students for worship at New York University.

—Students handed out “Deportation” letters to their classmates of color at Shasta High School in Redding, Calif.

—A LGBTQ flag was lit on fire in Rochester, N.Y.

—An anonymous note left for a Muslim high school teacher in Gwinnett County, Ga., explained that her headscarf “isn’t allowed anymore” and suggested she hang herself with it instead.

—Administrators in Wesley Chapel, Fla. are investigating reports that a teacher told a group of black high school students, “Don’t make me call Donald Trump to get you sent back to Africa.”

—The words “Heil Trump” and a swastika were painted across a church in Bean Blossom, Indiana.

—An Indian-American family’s car was defaced with the word “Trump,” scratched into its side.

—A man in Natick, Mass., received a threatening letter which cited Trump’s electoral victory and stating that the town has “zero tolerance for black people.”

—“Kill Kill Kill Blacks” was written on the bathroom wall of an elementary school in Silver Spring, MD.

—Two teachers were cited for making pro-Trump “disparaging statements” against undocumented immigrants at Cross Keys High School in DeKalb County, Ga.

—”White Power” was written across the front door of a black woman’s apartment in Des Moines.

—A white man told a black woman in Hamilton, Ontario that he hopes Trump “cleans up the whole of North America,” and that “you all shouldn’t even be here, you’re murderers and killers, you’re running around killing everybody, I hope he gets rid of all of you.”

—Students in a Miami-area high school were disciplined after bringing a confederate flag to school. At least one student was photographed in his school uniform, with the flag, and a Donald Trump hat.~~
Compiled by M. Henson

Pearls of Wisdom

Pearls of Wisdom

by Dusti Jean  on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 at 4:50am

I traveled paths you’ve yet to walk. Learned lessons old an new. And now this wisdom of my life Im blessed to share with you. Let kindness spread like sunshine. Embrace those who are sad. Respect their dignity, give them joy. And leave them feeling glad. Forgive those who might hurt you. And though you have your pride, Listen closely to their viewpoint, try to see the other side. Walk softly when your angry. Try not to take offense, Invoke your sense of humor Laughters power is Immense! Express what you are feeling. Your beliefs you should uphold, Don’t shy away from what is right. Be courageous and be bold.
Keep hope right in your pocket, it will guide you day by day. Take it out when it is needed. When its near, you’ll find a way.
Remember friends and family of which you are a precious part. Love deeply an love truly. Give freely from your heart.
The world is far from perfect. There’s conflict and there’s strife, but you still can make a difference by how you live your life. And so I am blessed to know the wonders we will do. And I believe in you.


Once a week as a kid my Gram and I went to an older couple’s home for a religious study. This couple had tattoos on their arms and one night I got up the nerve to ask about them, the story they told over the next few weeks of their individual escapes from Germany/Hitler scared me to the point of having nightmares. The rhetoric from the one who shall be unnamed during his campaign and now his cabinet appointees has me having the same nightmares again.