The Wall Street Journal has a very good editorial, America's Jacobin Moment, that brings several more examples to add to our still-growing and regularly updated List of People Canceled in Post-George-Floyd Antiracism Purges. Among them:
The editor of Philadelphia Magazine, Tom McGrath, resigned after staffers complained that the magazine "has not taken sufficient action as a publication to combat systemic racism at large, or racism on our own staff, which has resulted in Black staffers facing microaggressions on a frequent basis."
A Catholic chaplain at MIT, Father Daniel Patrick Moloney, forced to resign after sending this thoughtful email about racism, policing, and protests, including the observation, proven accurate in his own case, that "Everything we say (or don't say) is treated with suspicion, rather than charity."
A Vermont High School principal, Tiffany Riley, removed from her job after publishing a Facebook post that said in part, "just because I don't walk around with a BLM sign should not mean I am a racist."
The mayor of Healdsburg, Calif., Leah Gold, resigned after an uproar over her "inappropriate" initial response to the death of George Floyd.
We've updated our original still-growing and regularly updated List of People Canceled in Post-George-Floyd Antiracism Purges to reflect these additions.