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After Taylor Dumpson became the first female African-American president of American University's student government, she was targeted by a racist backlash. Now she wants justice -- not just for a vile incident involving an unidentified man hanging bananas from nooses around the school's Washington, D.C., campus, but for the racist "troll storm" she says was coordinated against her by Daily Stormer publisher Andrew Anglin. The backlash left her traumatized and "fearing for her safety," according to a lawsuit filed this week in federal court. The online attacks against her began after media coverage of the May 2017 stunt involving bananas with messages written on them. One said, "Harambe Bait," a reference to the Cincinnati Zoo gorilla killed in 2016 after dragging a child through its enclosure. Another said, "AKA Free," a shot at the African-American sorority of which Dumpson is a member. "Bananas, insinuating that African Americans are gorillas or monkeys. It was jarring to say the least," she told CNN at the time of the incident. Dumpson began receiving messages from strangers on Facebook that were "harassing, mocking, and trolling her," her lawyers say in the lawsuit. The onslaught began after Anglin posted an article on his site, with a picture of Dumpson and links to her social media accounts. "No one feels safe around bananas," he wrote. "Some racists have taken to calling this African Queen 'Dumpy Dumpson,' smdh [shaking my damn head]." He continued: "Be sure to send her some words of support on Facebook, and hit up the AU Student Government on Twitter. Let her know that you fully support her struggle against bananas." The suit asks that Anglin and his website stop using Dumpson's name and likeness, stop harassing and trolling her, undergo anti-racism and anti-sexism training and pay damages for pain and suffering, along with punitive damages. {SWIPE◀️} Anderson Cooper 360 CNN News #taylordumpson #racist #systemicracism #andrewanglin #americanuniversity #dailystormer #trollstorm

Trump and neo-Nazi group Daily Stormer unite to attack Central American moms and kids seeking asylum (Pt 1 of 2)
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#DonaldTrump’s stunt politicizing the #NationalGuard has one mission, and it’s not to secure the border, it’s to secure his #racist base. Judging from the reactions from hate groups like #Stormfront and the #neoNazis from #DailyStormer, they loved it. In fact, #Trump and these hatemongers continue to have a lot in common, because their agenda to attack and demonize a group of mostly #CentralAmerican mom and kids seeking asylum in #Mexico and the #US is one and the same.
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#Trump proceeded to use that Easter Sunday to attack these families by falsely claiming that ”these big flows of people are all trying to take advantage of #DACA,” that the border was "getting more dangerous, 'caravans' coming," (more lies) and that "#Republicans must go to #NuclearOption to pass tough #immigration laws,” according to the Southern Poverty Law Center (#SPLC). His base, including leaders from the deadly #Charlottesville protests, heard the intended messages loud and clear.
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But even more worrisome is that Trump’s call is leading to potential #violence. “The notorious hate site Stormfront warned of ‘an avalanche of mud’ heading for the U.S. border. As one poster on the neo-Nazi forum put it, ‘We should exercise our second amendment rights and meet them at the border, guns in hand.’”
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According to SPLC, Trump’s deployment of the National Guard has been “to the glee of the #antiimmigrant movement,” riling up anti-immigrant #activists and border vigilantes, including a former Minutemen leader. Some are planning protests along the border and could become dangerous, #immigrant and #civilrights groups warned in a letter, where they had called on #California Gov. #JerryBrown to not agree to deploy the National Guard. The groups are right, these border vigilantes have killed before.
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