2. The March of White Supremacy, From Oklahoma City to Christchurch By
“We must remember that we aren’t fighting with strangers. Instead, we are confronting the very worst of our legacy.” on his visit to the OKC memorial and the undeniable connection between the terrorism there and the Christchurch massacre.
.: I thought visiting the Oklahoma City bombing memorial might help me reflect on the recurring nature of white supremacist violence, at home and abroad
and this piece, from earlier this year, explores these ideas even further
“The people who target mosques at home are channeling our disregard for Muslim lives abroad.”
spent the weekend in oklahoma and went to the memorial there. here are some reflections on the memorial and larger questions raised by the violence in new zealand
The March of White Supremacy, From Oklahoma City to Christchurch
Opinion | The March of White Supremacy, From Oklahoma City to Christchurch
'Words are powerful' or 'words have weight.' You say that, people nod along, and that's the whole argument. Most words, however, of course, have no particular effect on anything; you're obliged to give the actual or specific evidence, in each case.