The Philosophy Academic Community Has a Responsibility to Step In Now and to Help Me Save My Life and Human and Civil Rights Academic and Legal Careers

I am failing miserably at saving my life and lifelong human and civil rights academic and legal careers. The powers that be, including twitter and Yale and ACLU and the New York Times, et al., are determined that I should fail at saving my life and career, and they, including the entire moral outrage industry, are winning. I am failing.

It’s because I am a person of profound integrity with principles. I refuse to lie, even if it would help me to secure support and legal funds and press coverage.

I would rather die with my integrity intact, because I know, at the moment of my death, that I will be embraced in God’s love, as well as the love of my beautiful, red haired guardian angel brothers, and my beautiful Grandmothers.

I have been recently and wrongfully suspended by twitter. I need my twitter account to save my life and human and civil rights academic and legal careers. I don’t know what to do.

The Philosophy Academic Community has a responsibility to step in now and to help me save my life and career. They, largely, tore me to shreds. For the most part, the philosophy academic community jumped on the global defamation campaign bandwagon, and they were happy to burn me in grotesque effigy for moral outrage industry profit and gain. They either knew or had every reason to know that I was entirely innocent. And, if anyone had any questions, all they had to do was google my name or phone one of my mentors and advisors at Yale to determine the truth of the matter, i.e., that the Living or Napping While Black Incident at Yale was a Hate Crime Hoax, and I was its entirely innocent victim.

I want to make clear not to include the philosophy faculty at Yale in this, as well as a good part of the Yale Law School Faculty. They stood by my side during the entire nightmare. Yale’s General Counsel told my then attorney that they were shocked at the way that the Yale Philosophy and Law Faculty fought tirelessly to save me. They also stood by my side in Spring 2015, when the Yale Administration tried to expel me for having stood up for the Federal Civil Rights, the religious expression rights, of an Evangelical black man at Yale, our only POC job candidate for an Assistant Professor tenure track position.

In particular, Justin Weinberg and the commenters at Daily Nous, a popular philosophy academic community blog, relished tearing my life and lifelong human and civil rights academic and legal careers to shreds to score social justice warrior and Woke Intersectional Feminism street cred points. This shocked me. Justin Weinberg knew I was the person who had defended the Federal Civil Rights of an Evangelical black man at Yale back in Spring 2015. But, regardless of this fact, I was not the person who leaked the information about the controversy in Spring 2015 to Daily Nous, even though I was absolutely accused of having done so. Justin Weinberg can confirm this point.

I was also shocked when Vesla Mae Weaver and Chris Lebron, both currently at Johns Hopkins, chose to take advantage of the Living or Napping While Black Hate Crime Hoax at Yale and the destruction of my life and civil rights career, to exploit me as a proxy to get revenge against Yale. Both Vesla Weaver and Chris Lebron knew me, and Chris Lebron knew me well. I had worked with him on more than one explicitly anti-racism conference at Yale. They knew that I was not only a prison abolitionist, but also a punishment abolitionist, in no small part part due to the fact that these institutions have a profound and disparate impact on marginalized persons and communities, especially persons and communities of color. They both knew that I worked with the Justice Collaboratory at Yale Law School on the issues of implicit bias and police brutality. Needless to say, this shocked me to my core and broke my heart. I feel that their behavior disqualifies them from teaching and mentoring grad students. They lied about me, knowing that they were placing the life of an innocent graduate student whom they knew in danger.

Please help me to save my life. I am failing. I am losing this battle. I need help. I am rallying the troops whom I know know that I am an entirely innocent and lifelong human and civil rights licensed attorney activist who had dedicated her life to fighting oppression in all of its many forms and who is working on a Saving the World Project, my Yale PhD Dissertation.

Please help me. I have so much to give to the world. Don’t let Yale and the entire moral outrage industry destroy me for money and gain and to cover up their own wrongdoing. Please help me to save my life.

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