Hate crime streetwear fashion

hate crime streetwear fashion

The hate-fueled massacre of nine people at a historic Black church in Charleston, South Carolina by Dylann Roof. The vicious stabbing of three men for defending two young girls of color in Portland, Oregon. The tragic murder of anti-racist counter-protester Heather Heyer during

last year’s hate march in Charlottesville, Virginia. America is facing a crisis. White supremacist hatred and violence are on the rise. The number of murders committed by white supremacists in the U.S. more than doubled in 2017 alone.

Meanwhile, companies like Amazon, Discover, and Stripe profit from white supremacy by tolerating the use of their services by hate groups.Their services provide the financial support white nationalist groups need to fund and organize hatred and violence against Black people and other marginalized communities. Let’s be clear; every dollar these companies make from white supremacists is BLOOD MONEY. Their inaction begs the question: whose side are they on?

Over the past year, our pressure has helped push PayPal and MasterCard to remove their services from dozens of hate sites, and to create internal policies to stop profiting from bigotry.

Profits from these groups are insignificant to such massively profitable companies—they can easily take a stand here. We must demand financial companies stand firmly against white supremacist hate and violence by cutting off hate groups once and for all.

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