When They See Us
The Golden Globes is snubbing black folks, again.
Elizabeth Lederer and Linda Fairstein were part of the team who wrongfully locked up Black children in April of 1989.
Just yesterday, the Columbia Black Law Students Association called for her to be removed.
Elizabeth Lederer is currently a lecturer at Columbia University and still works for the New York County DA’s office.
Yep, you can't make this up. Linda Fairstein is seriously shedding white tears.
The chips are falling for the former prosecutor.
The former prosecutor is standing by her disgusting behavior.
Producers of Ava DuVernay's 'When They See Us' speak out on Linda Fairstein.
Karma is coming back to bite Linda Fairstein.
Viewing "When They See Us" is doubly important for those in society with the means and power to sympathize and affect change. Namely, white people. They need to understand.
Penguin Random House and its subsidiary, Dutton, appear unwavering for the vile former prosecutor.
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