"White supremacy is everywhere," according to a Wednesday tweet from the ACLU.
Earlier, the ACLU tweeted a photograph of a young white child with an American flag, which was criticized by a Temple University professor for its depiction of a young white child with an American flag.
"This is the future that ACLU members want," wrote the ACLU.
"A White kid with a flag?!" replied Nyasha Junior, whose website notes that she "writes, teaches, speaks, and frequently tweets on race, gender, religion, and their intersections."
Democrats and the broader Left regularly frame "white supremacy" as a widespread political attitude associated with Republicans and the broader conservative movement.
Nyasha Junior is an assistant professor at Temple University's department of religion. Via her website:
She is the author of An Introduction to Womanist Biblical Interpretation (Westminster John Knox Press, 2015), and her second book is on biblical Hagar and Blackness (under contract with Oxford University Press).
She writes, teaches, speaks, and frequently tweets on race, gender, religion, and their intersections. Her public scholarship has appeared in The Washington Post, Inside Higher Ed, Buzzfeed, and other media outlets. Also, she consults and offers workshops on social media and branding.
The ACLU Foundation enjoys 501(c)(3) charitable status with the IRS, affording it exemptions from federal income taxes and the issuance of tax-deductible receipts for donations from its benefactors. Temple University also enjoys non-profit federal tax exemptions via 501(c)(3) status.
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