They keep coming. Three more names to add to our growing List of People Canceled in Post-George-Floyd Antiracism Purges:
Siobhan Reardon, the director of the Philadelphia Free Library, resigned under pressure. The Philadelphia Inquirer quoted an organizer of Concerned Black Workers of the Free Library of Philadelphia as saying the library's next leader "should be a Black person."
Robert Moulton Jr. resigned under pressure from the City Council and School Committee in North Adams, Mass., after comments critical of the Black Lives Matter movement. The New Boston Post reported that the movement promised to protest at city council meeting until he resigned.
Alexandra Spunt, the chief creative officer of Everlane, a fashion brand, ousted after black employees complained she often "rejected casting suggestions for black models." The New York Times said the company "would be opening a seat for a Black board member in the next year, adding a Black person to the senior leadership team in the next year, rolling out anti-racism training for the entire company by August, and teaming with two racism accountability organizations." The Times quoted Spunt as saying, "I stand for diversity and equity and inclusion with every fiber of my being."