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White on White crime more prevalent than Black on Black

In the United States, a White person is almost six times more likely to be killed by another White person than by a Black person, according to FBI homicide data. In 2011, there were more cases of Whites killing Whites than there were Blacks killing Blacks. However, the mainstream media obsesses over Black on Black violence and rarely mentions the problem of White on White violence.

Dear white people:

What’s wrong? Do you not have any positive male role models to look up to?

It’s all the Starbucks, isn’t it?

What kind of music are you listening to, white people?

What movies and TV shows are you watching?

Why do you do this to yourselves, white people?

Is it because your homes are so patriarchal?

When are prominent members of the white community going to address this problem of white-on-white violence?

What is behind this breakdown of the white family?

(Source: socialismartnature, via queerandpresentdanger)

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US Drug Reform advocates and activists respond to criticisms from the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) over cannabis legalization in Colorado. 

Jon Stewart and Matt Taibbi discuss the different treatment afforded to ‘street’ based drug users and white-collar criminals profiting from the drug trade.

(Source: sandandglass, via harmreduction)