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See The Faces of Racism Uncovered! Documenting Hate: Charlottesville

Documenting Hate: Charlottesville is a new film by PBS Frontline that needs to be seen by all! Personally, it’s hard for me to watch this film and see these racist acts of violence happening. 153 years ago, slavery ended in America; 68 years ago Jim Crow ended in America; now in 2018, under the “Leadership” of Donald Trump, racism is more alive than ever in America. Racism permeates our history, our government, our laws, our justice system, our police forces and our military. Like a gangrenous limb, it needs to be cut off the American body for this country to become healthy. This film sheds light on the deadly days in America that took place in Charlottesville on August 11–12, 2017 and shows how deep the corruption runs in this country.  The hardest thing about being a part of CVLT Nation is knowing that some people that come to our site on a daily basis actually share the views of these racists. I know this to be a fact, because yesterday we posted this on out instagram and while the support from our readers is overwhelming, the response we got in the comments outs some of our readers for the racists they are:

 

CVLT Nation does not believe that being racist is “extreme” and that it has any place in the underground. Holding racist beliefs is the most traditional, brainwashed way of thinking that a person can have. If you are reading this and do not agree with us, that is your choice, please unfollow us and stop coming to our site, because there’s nothing for you here. CVLT Nation is a Black and Female-owned business and we will always do our best to keep this site racism-free. Watch Documenting Hate: Charlottesville to see how the small minded and weak think!

 

 

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