#politics #activism #white supremacy

Facing White Supremacy After Brexit

On April 24, 2019, I joined a panel hosted by the Mile End Institute at Queen Mary University in London to talk about white supremacy after Brexit and what that means for British politics going forward. I am neither British nor an expert on British politics, but I was pleased to offer a voice discussing the international ties of white supremacist organizing and the influences that has on shifting mainstream political discouse in the United Kingdom. ...

#personal #weekly-recap

2019 Weekly Recap: Week 3

The time always goes so fast. This week was exceptionally productive and yet I still feel like I didn’t check enough off of my goals. Mentally, I’ve been exhausted. But I managed to clear some major stressors off my plate this week. I finished a piece on the Proud Boys that was long overdue and I needed to get it done. I gave a presentation at work recapping my most recent project, and I finished some slides for an upcoming internal work conference. I also got major work done on First Vigil, finishing some to-dos, like adding a writeup on the Dylann Roof violent fandom. You didn’t really need that sentence. No one needed that sentence. I can’t believe I had to write it. Nevertheless, some interesting things worth sharing this week. ...